Mrs. Susan Stogner of Improve Buried Sunday
Funeral services were held Sunday, November 19, for Mrs. Susan Cordelia Stogner at the Carson Springs Baptist Church with the Reverend Jimmy Stewart officiating. Mrs. Stogner died November 17 after an illness that extended over several months.
Born March 25, 1878, Mrs. Stogner was the daughter of Ned and Ann Turnage McCain and a lifetime resident of the Improve community. Her husband, T.E. Stogner, preceded her in death seven years ago.
Interment was in the Carson Springs Cemetery with Denver McKenzie, Leonard Sorrell, James Stogner, Alton Stogner, Clyde Stogner and Felder Stogner acting as pallbearers.
Mrs. Stogner is survived by three daughters, Mrs Delhie Sorrell, Sandy Hook, Mrs. Stella Sorrell, Tylertown, and Mrs. Elva Schillings, Rio, La. Four sons, Preston, Floyd and Levi Stogner, all of Sandy Hook, and Lewis Stogner, Foxworth; three brothers, two sisters, 28 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren also survive.
Ginn Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Copy of article courtesy of Bill Reagan. I'm not sure which newspaper or the date this was published, but she died November 17, 1950. Susan Cordelia McCain was my great grandmother. I was thrilled to receive a copy of her obituary and even more happy to realize that her first name was Susan ;) She was called "Cordelia" by her family, so her first name was rarely used.