LONG ILL, EXPIRES
Passes Away At Home On
West North Street:
Funeral Monday Afternoon.
She was the daughter of Brown Lamon and Melissa B. Lamon, both members of pioneer Danville families, and the granddaughter of Dan Beckwith, who surveyed and laid out the and for whom it was named. Her entire life was spent in the house where she was born and no one entered that house without feeling there was a real home.
Her feeling for the solidarity of the family was unusually strong and extended to the most distant branches. To her friends, she was loyal. Of..........since to know her was to love her.
She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Laura D. Bird, widow of Senator Bird, of Wisconsin, politician and lumberman who died in 1912. Since that time, Mrs. Bird has made her home with Miss Lamon.
Funeral services will be held at the home Monday at 2 o'clock.  Rev. M. E. Willard will have charge assisted by Rev. Ralph B. Hindman of the First Presbyterian church.
From The Danville Commercial-News - Saturday March 13, 1926