|Connors, Dorothy||d. 21 Mar 1918||4 mos. 23 days||R 36 S 284-W|
Connors. On Thursday, March 21, 1918 at 6 a.m. at her residence, 922 K street southeast, Dorothy V. Connors, daughter of Edith V. and Charles D. Connors. Funeral private.
|Connors, Jessie Irene||b. 4 Aug 1884 - d. 6 Nov 1918||34 yrs.||R 154 S 228|
Connors. On Wednesday, November 6, 1918 at 9:45 a.m., Jessie I. Connors (nee Padgett), beloved wife of John J. Connors, U.S.N.
Sleep on, dear mother, and take thy rest;
In silence you suffered, in patience you bore
Until God called you home to suffer no more.
By Her Loving Daughter Ellen
When we heard the white wings rustle
And the sign of partin g breath,
Then we wept with sobbing anguish,
For we knew the sleep was death.
What is death? It is like a lily --
White and frangran, rich and pure,
Need death seems so cold and chilly,
Since it makes our faith secure?
By Her Loving Husband and Mother
Whose love can equal the love of a sister,
Whose devotions so loyal a nd true,
Who works with such pleasure as a sister for you?
By Her Loving Sisters, Jennive And Loretta
Funeral services at her mother's residence, 1103 9th street southeast, Saturday, November 9, 2:30 p.m. Interment at Congressional cemetery.
|Connors, Ruth Mary||d. 26 Aug 1930||36 yrs.||R 98 S 305|
Connors, Ruth Mary. Suddenly, on Tuesday, August 26, 1930, at her residence, 1702 25th st. s.e., Ruth Mary, beloved wife of Leo P. Connors (nee Hummel) and daughter of the late John and Mary Hummel of Milwaukee, Wis. She is survived by her husband and two sisters, Eleanor Hummel and Mrs. Thomas Ward. Funeral from her late residence Friday, August 29, at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery.