Mrs. Annie Frances Moler, widow of Raleigh W. Moler, of Bakerton, died very suddenly last Friday. She had been apparently in perfect health and had gone to the home of Jack Moler, south of Shepherdstown, to assist in the butchering. While she was at work with members of the family she was suddenly stricken with apoplexy, and became unconscious. She was taken ill about 10 o’clock, and at 4 o’clock she died, without having regained consciousness. Her death was a great blow to her family and friends, for it came without any premonitory symptoms. Mrs. Moler was a good woman full of life and energy, and was helpful and kind-hearted, always ready to render service to others in the most unselfish way. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Flanagan, and her age was 48 years, 10 months and 22 days. She is survived by six sons and a daughter: Russell, James, John, Raleigh, Ira, Herbert and Lelia Moler. The funeral service was held in Zion Church Saturday, conducted by Rev. J. C. Siler, and interment was made in Elmwood Cemetery.
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