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Surnames: Darland, Lough, Warwick, Wymore, Doan, Killough,
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Death Of Mrs. Darland
Was One of Oldest Residents in This Part of Country
The many friends in Barnes City were saddened by the death of
Mrs. Sarah Darland, widow of Lambert Darland, last Friday
morning. She was one of the oldest citizens in this part of
the country and had been a resident of Barnes City for the
past 12 years.
Sarah J. Lough was born July 6, 1829, in Cumberland county,
Kentucky and passed away at her home in Barnes City, Dec. 10,
1915, at the age of 86 years, 5 months and 4 days. When two
years of age she, with her parents, moved to Parke county,
Indiana. On May 8th, 1846, she was united in marriage to
Lambert Darland, who passed away January 13, 1910. To this
union were born seven children, two boys and five girls, two
of the girls dying in childhood: Elnora and Catherine.
The five children who survive to mourn her loss are: Mrs. W.R.
Warwick, of Montezuma; J.A. Darland of LaGrande, Ore,; Mrs.
Dan Wymore, of Triplett. Mo.; and Mrs. W.P. Doan, of Barnes
City. All were present at her bedside, except Geo. L. Darland
for whom it was impossible to be here. Besides her children
she leaves two sisters and one brother: Mrs. John Darland of
Barnes City; Mrs. Dr. Killough of Unionville, MO.; and Jacob
Lough of Seattle, Wash. Also eighteen grandchildren and
nineteen great grandchildren.
When twenty-one years of age she was converted to Christ and
has lived faithful during these years, taking a keen interest
in the church and Sunday School, being in her place in the
House of God every Sunday.
Funeral Services were held at the Christian church on Sunday
afternoon, conducted by Rev. Hook.
This Obituary and picture of Sarah Lough Darland is the
property of Mrs. Judy Cassidy. She received the newspaper
article from Mrs. C. Roy Morris. We request that anyone
downloading or making copies of this article identify the Web
Page and Mrs. Cassidy plus Mrs. Morris as their source.
If someone can identify the original publication and date that
would be appreciated..