John William Mumaw|
Dies In Winchester
John William Mumaw, 89, of
Boyce, Va. died Monday Morning
at 11 o'clock in the Winchester
Memorial Hospital. Born July 29,
1857, he was the son of the late
John William Mumaw and Har-
riet Ann Orndorff and the hus-
band of the late Ida Catherine
Ewing, all of Frederick County.
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. O. D. Perry of Winchester,
Mrs. R. H. Shiley of Stephens
City, and Mrs. H. O. White of
Funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon with relatives
and friends meeting at the home
of Mrs. Perry at 525 S. Brad-
dock Street and going from there
to the Stephens City Methodist
Church. The Rev. L. P. Tedrick
will conduct services at 2 o'clock.
Burial will be in the Green Hill
Cemetery at Stephens City.
Laid To Rest
REFUGE, Va., Jan 8.--Funeral ser-
vices over the remains of Mrs. Cath-
arine Mumaw, wife of Mr. William
Mumaw, who died at her home near
Refuge on Friday, December 31, were
held at Fairview Church on Sunday
and were attended by a large gather-
ing of relatives and friends.
Mrs. Mumaw was 54 years of age,
and was ill only a few days. Her sud-
den death was a shock to the com-
munity. She was a daughter of the
late John Ewing, and is survived by
her husband, Mr. William Mumaw;
three daughters, Mrs. Tom Perry,
Mrs. Robert Shiley and Mrs. Harry
White, and one son, Clinton Mumaw.
The deceased leaves also several
brothers, Mr. Luther Ewing, of Step-
hens City, is one, and one sister,
Mrs. Nannie Pifer, of Keyser, W. Va.
Mrs. Mumaw was a good wife and
mother and a kind neighbor and will
be greatly missed in the community.
Funeral services were in charge of
Rev. F. T. Ridgeway, and interment
was in Green Hill Cemetery in Step-
hens City. The pallbearers were
Messrs. L. J. Cave, J. E. White, J. R.
Conner, T. A. Steele and Milton and