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Re: Clabe Stanley ~ born Scott Co., Virginia ~parents James Stanley & Sally Sturgill
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: February 23, 2005 at 23:25:26
In Reply to: Clabe Stanley ~ born Scott Co., Virginia ~parents James Stanley & Sally Sturgill by Deborah Brownfield - Stanley of 970

CLABE STANLEY, 1726 Eighth Street, died today at 4:40 a.m. at the home of his son, MANLEY STANLEY. MR. STANLEY had been ill two years with heart trouble. He suffered his last attack May 13 and failed to rally.

MR. STANLEY had lived in Portsmouth the last 30 years and had been a blacksmith for the N. & W. and Wheeling Steel Corp. He was born May 15, 1865, in Scott County, Virginia. He was married 45 years ago to ROSE STROTHERS, who died in 1919. In 1923, MR. STANLEY was united in marriage to CORA POWELL, who also preceded him in death in August, 1935.

Surviving are four children and three stepchildren, MRS. LILLIAN NEWMAN, 1716 High Street, MANLEY STANLEY, 1726 Eighth, CLARENCE STANLEY, of Cleveland, ALLEN STANLEY, of Washington, D.C., EWELL STROTHERS of Mound Street, ROBERT STROTHERS, of Wheelersburg, and MRS. BERTHA KEENE of Maloneton. One brother, *FLENN STANLEY, of Buffalo Shoals, W.Va., and two grandchildren, CLINTON STANLEY and JOAN NEWMAN, also survive.

Funeral services will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Windel-Howland funeral home with Rev. William Mosley in charge. Burial will be in old Wheelersburg cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home.

*Clabe Stanley is my husband's great grandfather. This obituary is from a newspaper clipping (newspaper unknown)it may be from a newspaper in Portsmouth, Ohio. Year, 1938. If this information looks like a connection to your family, please contact me would love to hear from you.

*Flenn may be a typo, could be Flem Stanley.


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