Elmer Raymond Mann
Loudoun Times Mirror, September 15, 1965
Elmer Raymond Mann, 77, farmer in the Lovettsville Community, died in Loudoun
Memorial Hospital on Sept. 12. His parents were the late Curtis and Laura Vincel
Mann. He leaves his wife, Kathleen Jacobs Mann and a son Frank, brother, George
Mann, Berryville and two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Glascock, Hamilton and Mrs. Pearl
Ward, Middletown, Md. Internment was in the Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Franklin E. Mann
Loudoun Times Mirror, July 28, 1983
Franklin E. Mann, 65, died July 22 at his home at Milltown near Lovettsville. Born
May 30, 1918 in Purcellville, he was a son of Elmer R. and Bessie Smith Mann.
Surviving is his stepmother, Kathleen J. Mann, with whom he lived; and cousins,
Dorothy Williams of Lovettsville and Arthur Hough or Arlington. Interment was in
the Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Kathleen J. Mann
Loudoun Times Mirror, November 27, 1986
Kathleen J. Mann, 75 of Lovettsville, died Nov. 19 at Loudoun Memorial Hospital
Long Term Care Center. Born May 30, 1911, in Lovettsville, she spent her entire life
in that area. She was the widow of Elmer Raymond Mann and the stepmother of the
late Franklin E. Mann, who died in 1983. Interment was in the Union Cemetery,
Frederick Post, October 3, 1988
Mrs. Blanche Virts Mansfield, 93, of Reeders Nursing Home, Boonesboro, a former
resident of Brunswick, who resided with her daughter and son-in-law, Louise F. and
William K. Weddle, 416 Birmingham Dr., Frederick, died Sunday, Oct. 2, at
Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown. Born April 26, 1895, Hillsborough, Va.,
Mrs. Mansfiled was a daughter of the late Charles and Sally Connor Coffman. She
was predeceased by two husbands, Edgar H. Virts in 1939, and Martin L. Mansfield in
1980. Mrs. Mansfiled was a former employee with the YMCA in Brunswick. She
was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Brunswick and was the oldest
living charter member of the Women of Moose, Brunswick. Surviving are two
daughters, Louis F. Weddle of Frederick, Ethel Burnett of Fort Stanford, Texas, one
son George L. Virts of Baltimore; one sister, Margaret Riley of Sykesville; one
brother Monroe Coffman of Leesburg, Va. Interment will be in the Mt. Olivet
Methodist Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Loudoun Times Mirror, December 20, 1984
Nancy Simpson Marshall, 46, of Leesburg died Dec. 13 at George Washington
University Hospital in Washington, D.C. She was born in Loudoun County on April
26, 1938 and was a daughter of Mrs. Ruth Heskett Simpson of Purcellville and the late
Robert Clark Simpson, Sr. Surviving, with her mother, are four sons, David O.
Marshall of Leesburg, Stephan R. Marshall of Sterling Park, Gregory A. Marshall of
Leesburg and Kevin W. Marshall of McLean; five sisters, Louise Moore of
Winchester, Ruth Wilson of Purcellville, Mary Potts of Round Hill, Barbara Lowry
and Marian Fleming, both of Lovettsville; five brothers, Robert C. Simpson, Jr. of
McLean, Irving H. Simpson of Winchester, James F. Simpson of Chase City, VA,
Lynn A. Simpson of Vienna and Richard W. Simpson of Purcellville. Interment was
in Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Larry J. Martin
Herald Mail, September 2, 2002
Larry J. Martin, 54, of Martinsburg, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2002, at his home. Born
Jan. 15, 1948, in Abingdon, Va., he was the son of the late Clarence and Lydia Lester
Martin. He was employed by Blue Stone Construction as a heavy equipment operator.
He is survived by his wife, Peggy Virts Martin; three daughters, Candy Wells of
Kearneysville, W.Va., and Deanna Martin and Casey Harper, both of Martinsburg; a
son, James Martin of Martinsburg; two sisters, Beulah Blaylock of Leesburg, Va., and
Catherine Cumor of Front Royal, Va.; a brother, Bill Martin of Front Royal; and five
grandchildren. Graveside services will be Monday at 11 a.m. in Gerrardstown
Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Gerrardstown, W.Va. The Rev. Russell Wright will
officiate. Arrangements are by Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg.
Anna M. McConnell
Bluffton Evening News
Mrs. W. McConnell dies early today. Death follows illness of two years from
tuberculosos. Mrs. Anna M. Boden McConnell, 61, wife of William P. McConnell,
died in her home 530 East Cherry Street, at 3:40 o'clock this morning following an
illness of two years suffering from tuberculosis of the bowels. She was a lifelong
resident of this county. She was born in Bluffton, December 31, 1866, the daughter of
William and Elizabeth Wort Boden. She was married to William P. McConnell,
October 3, 1888 at the home of her parents. Surviving besides the husband are one
son, George Arden McConnell, of Fresno, CA. He and his wife were here visiting at
his mother's bedside for ten days and left last Saturday for their home in California.
They will not attend the funeral. Two brothers, Lewis Boden, of this city; Charles
Boden of Francisville, INd; one half-brother George E. Stover, of this city; two
grandchildren, Catherine J and George Arden McConnell Jr. also survive. One son,
Van Iry, died at Stockton, CA in 1918. One sister, Emma Boden Reed also preceeded
her in death. The body will lie in state at the McBride parlors, until time for the
services and may be viewed at any time. The funeral will be held at 2:30 Sat.
afternoon at McBrides and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery.
Herbert Franklin McFarlane
Virginia Pilot, January 11, 2001
Herbert Franklin McFarlane, 78, formerly of the 2700 block of Lens Ave., Norfolk,
died Jan. 10, 2001 in a local hospital. Born in Norfolk County, he retired from Bailey
Welding Company as a welder and was a Protestant. Mr. McFarlane was the son of
the late William Franklin and Carrie Kidwell McFarlane. Survivors include two
sisters, Ruth Hinkle and her husband Burl of Virginia Beach and Esther Chauncey and
her husband, Jim, of Norfolk; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service
will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Riverside Memorial Park. Memorial donations may be
made to the Kidney Foundation. Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Indian River
Chapel, is in charge.
Geraldine Mae McGaha
Blue Ridge Herald, March 30, 1939
Geraldine Mae McGaha, aged nine days, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brislin
McGaha, died at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Martha Virts all of Lovettsville.
Interment was in the Union cemetery, Lovettsville.
Harry Brislin McGaha
Loudoun Times Mirror, October 28, 1976
Harry Brislin McGaha, 66, died Oct. 23 in his home of Lovettsville. He was the son
of Harry and Addie Brislin McGaha. He is survived by one son, William Brislin
McGaha of Purcellville; one sister, Miss Hilda McGaha of Lovettsville and one
granddaughter, Miss Terrie McGaha of Purcellville. Interment was in the Union
William Brislin McGaha
Loudoun Times Mirror, July 2, 1997
William Brislin McGaha, 55, a resident of Lucketts, died Monday the 1st at Loudoun
Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Emma Lee Virts; his mother, Mildred Louise
Simpson, of Leesburg; stepson Kevin Virts of Lucketts; daughter Terry McGaha
Welsh of Brunswick, Md.; stepdaughter Sharon Virts Mozer of Herndon; two
grandchildren, James Mason and Lucas Mason of Herdon. He was born on April 7,
1932, in Brunswick and was the only son of the late Harry Brislin McGaha and
Mildred Louise Simpson. Interment was in the Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Vivian E. McGeough
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, July 29, 1997
Vivian E. McGeough, 76, of 930 W. Seventh St., died Sunday, July 27, at Covenant
Medical Center of natural causes. She was born Feb. 1, 1921, in La Farge, Wis.,
daughter of Monroe and Myrtle Nelson Wirts. She married Donald McGeough July 1,
1947, in Kirksville, Mo.; he died in Nov.12, 1989. Mrs. McGeough was employed by
Rath Packing Co., for 30 years, retiring in 1970. Survived by four sons, Rick onf
Indianola, Marty and Pat, both of Mount Dora, Fla., and Denny of Waterloo, and a
sister, Eva Witcher. Preceded in death by three brothers, Roland, Victor and James.
Intemement will be in Temple of Memories, Garden of Memories Cemetery.
Mrs. James McHenry passed away at her home, 1821 Onalaska Avenue, Saturday
Morning after a lingering illness at the age of 69 years. She is survived by her
hushand, tow sons, Grover of La Crosse and Murl of Sparta; three daughters, Mrs.
Lean C. Webster of Mauston, Wis., Mrs. Roberta M. Stone and Mrs. Zelma C.
Kampa, both of La Crosse; one brother James Wertz of La Farge, Wis., one sister,
Mrs. Mattie Frey of Viola, Wis. Interment will be in Salem Ridge Cemetery.
William McKee, Sr.
William McKee, Sr., 63 of Viola died Sunday at a Richland Cneter Hospital. He was
born April 1, 1912 to Mr. and Mrs. Ene McKee at Avalanche. He married Freda Fry
November 11, 1933. The couple farmed n the Viola area. He is survived by his
widow; five sons, William, Jr., Richard and Terry, all of Viola, Floyd of Madison and
Gene of Richland Center; two daughters, Mrs. Donna Meboe of Janesville and Sally
of Richland Center; two brothers, Verlin of Janesville and Floyd of Bruce, on sister,
Mrs. Bill Rusell of Viola. He was preceded in death by a half-sister. Burial will be in
the Viola Cemetery.
David Grams Mentzer
Loudoun Times Mirror
David Grams Mentzer, 77, of Lovettsville, died in Staunton, Va. hospital, December
16. A retired farmer, he was the son of the late Franklin and Ida Grams Mentzer.
Surviving are a daughter, Miss Mae Mentzer, and a son, George D. Mentzer, both of
Lovettsville. He also leaves two sisters, Miss Virgie Mentzer and Mrs. David Affleck,
both of Lovettsville and two brothers, Perry C. Mentzer, Lovettsville.
George D. Mentzer
Loudoun Times Mirror, July 23, 1964
George D. Mentzer, 56, of Lovettsville died July 17 at Loudoun Hospital. He was a
son of the late David and Maude Virts Mentzer. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Louise Mentzer of the home, and eight children, Mrs. Alma Misenheimer of
Forrestville, Md., Mrs. Joyce Jackson of Leesburg, Mrs. Thelma Graham of
Arlington, George Mentzer of Arlington, James Mentzer of Landover, Md. and
Shirley, Delbert and Perry Mentzer all at home. He also leaves a sister, Miss Mae
Mentzer of Lovettsville. Interment was in the Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
George William Mentzer
Frederick Post, May 2, 2002
Mr. George William "Bud" Mentzer, 65, a resident of Gaithersburg since 1980, died
Tuesday, April 30, in Gaithersburg. Born Jan. 19, 1937, he was a son of the late
George David and Louise Virginia Thompson Mentzer. Mr. Mentzer worked as a
manager until retiring from VITRO. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, serving
during the late 1950s. Mr. Mentzer was a member of Mount Olivet Methodist
Church, Lovettsville, Va. Surviving are three brothers, James Mentzer of Nearsville,
Va., Delbert Mentzer of Lovettsville, and Perry Mentzer of Charles Town, W.Va.;
four sisters, Alma Misenheimer and Shirley Davis, both of Winchester, Va., and Joyce
Jackson and Thelma Sargent, both of Leesburg, Va.; and a number of nieces and
nephews. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 3, at Brown
Funeral Home, 34 E. Broadway St., Lovettsville, where services will be held 8 p.m.
Interment will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to American Kidney
Foundation, 6110 Executive Boulevard, Suite 1010, Rockville, Md. 20852, or to
Mount Olivet United Methodist Church, Lovettsville, Va. 20180.
Loudoun Times Mirror, August 28, 1986
Louise V. Mentzer, 70, died Aug. 22 at Loudoun Memorial Hospital. Born in
Washington, D.C. Oct. 16, 1915. She was the wife of the late George D. Mentzer,
who died in 1964. Surviving are four daughters, Alma Misenheimer of Purcellville,
Shirley David of Winchester, Joyce Jackson of Paeonian Springs and Thelma Graham
of Leesburg,; four sons, George Mentzer of Gaithersburg, Md., James Mentzer of
Neersville, Delbert Mentzer of Lovettsville and Perry Mentzer of Charles Town,
W.Va. Interment was in Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Mae Virginia Mentzer
Loudoun Times Mirror, December 5, 1990
Mae Virginia Mentzer, 84, Lovettsville, died Dec. 3 at Loudoun Hospital Center.
Born May 17, 1905, in Loudoun County, she was a daughter of the late David G. and
Maude Virts Mentzer. She lived her entire life in Lovettsville area. She retired at age
65 as a postal clerk at the Lovettsville post office. She was a member of the Mt.
Olivet United Methodist Church. Surviving are: four nieces, Alma Misenheimer,
Purcellville, Shirley Davis, Winchester, Joyce Jackson, Paeonian Springs, and Thelma
Sargent, Leesburg; and six nephews, George Mentzer, Gaithersburg, Md., James
Mentzer, Neersville, Delbert Mentzer and Roland Mentzer, both of Lovettsville, Perry
Mentzer, Charlestown, W. Va., and Marlo Mentzer, Maryland. Interment was in the
Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Maude Alma Mentzer
Mrs. Maud Alma Mentzer, 76, died in her home at Lovettsville. She was a daughter
of the late William and Alice Shumaker Virts. Surviving are one daughter, Miss Mae
Mentzer at home, two sons, George and Stanley Mentzer, both of Lovettsville, and a
brother Elbert J. Virts of Lovettsville. Interment was in the Union Cemetery.
Leah Elizabeth Mentzer
Mrs. Leah Elizabeth Mentzer, aged 58, wife of Perry C. Mentzer died at her home
near Lovettsville Saturday from a streptococci infection of the larynx. She was a
daughter of the late John Samuel and Lydia Everhart Arnold of Loudoun County. She
is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Annie Shumaker and Mrs. George Baker and two
brothers, C. W. Arnold and John Arnold all of the Lovettsville District. Interment was
in the Union Cemetery.
Loudoun Times Mirror
Stanley Virts Mentzer, 46, of Lovettsville, died November 10 in Loudoun hospital.
He was the son of David G. Mentzer of Lovettsville and the late Maude Virts
Mentzer. Besides is father he is survived by his wife Marguerite Hale Mentzer, two
sons Marlow and Ronnie both at home, one sister Miss Mae Mentzer and one brother
George Mentzer, both of Lovettsville. Interment was in Union Cemetery,
Charles Edward Miller, Sr.
Charles Edward Miller, Sr., 41, of Harpers Ferry, W.Va., died Saturday in the
Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Ranson, W.Va. Born in Hagerstown, he was the son
on Anna E. Clatterbuck of Brunswick, Md., and the late John R. Miller. Besides his
mother, he is survived by his wife, Nancy Virts Miller of Leesburg, Va.; two
daughters, Karen Denise Miller and Tabitha Dawn Miller, both of Leesburg; two sons,
Charles E. Virts, Jr. and John R. Miller II, both of Leesburg; three sisters, Barbara Lee
Howard of Hagerstown, Sylvia Ann McKinney of Harpers Ferry, and Alice Faye
Miller of Charles Town, W.Va.; five brothers, Robert E. Miller of Leesburg, William
Miler of Marion, Va., Thomas L. Miller of Harpers Ferry, Harry A. Miller of
Brunswick, and James F. Miller of Lovettsville, Va. Interment was in Fairview
Lutheran Cemetery, Bolivar, W.Va.
Mrs. Rodney (Josephine) Miller, 59, of Bethany, died Tuesday at St. Mary’s Hospital
in Decatur. She was born Sept. 15, 1914, a daughter of Franklin and Ruth Robertson
Bubb. She married Rodney Miller, who survives. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Leland Seaman of Beardstown; four brothers, John, Raymond and Robert Bubb, all of
Ipava and Donald Fordyce of Brentwood, Long Island, New York. Her body was
donated to medical research.
Helen Louise Moler
Herald Mail, September 29, 1998
Helen Louise Moler, 91, of 201 Ninth Ave., died Sunday, Sept. 27, 1998, at Reeders
Memorial Home in Boonsboro. Born Sept. 30, 1906, in Lucketts, Va., she was the
daughter of the late Ernest I. and Mary Titus Loy. Her husband, Forrest G. Moler, died
in 1960. She and her husband owned and operated Moler's Grocery in Brunswick.
She was a member of New York Hill United Methodist Church in Brunswick. She is
survived by a daughter, Jacqueline McCoy of Phoenix, Md.; two sons, Robert K.
Moler and Forrest G. Moler Jr., both of Knoxville; three grandchildren; and two great-
grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Ellen Champion, and two
brothers, Lester Loy and James Loy. Services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at
New York Hill United Methodist Church, Brunswick. The Rev. Robert A.
McCullough will officiate. Burial will be in Union Cemetery in Leesburg, Va. The
family will receive friends at John T. Williams Funeral Home, 100 Petersville Road,
Brunswick, today from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial donations may be made
to New York Hill United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 217, Brunswick, Md. 21716.
Ruth Ann Monroe
Loudoun Times Mirror, April 21, 1988
Ruth Ann Monroe, of Lovettsville, died April 16 at Loudoun Hospital Center. Born
June 19, 1951, in Leesburg, she was the daughter of Leslie Philip and Madeline
Tarman Virts of Lovettsville. Surviving in addition to her parents, are her children,
Charles William Monroe, Jr., Debbie Ann Monroe, Brenda Ann Monroe, and
Matthew Allen Monroe, all of Lovettsville; three brothers, Phillip F. Virts, Jr. of
Brunswick, Md., and Charles L. Virts of Lovettsville; and a sister, Doris Dianne Barr
of Altus, Ok. Interments was in Hillsboro Cemetery.
George H. Moss
Loudoun Times Mirror, November 19, 1953
George H. Moss died at Loudoun Hospital, Saturday. He was 70 years old. Mr. Moss
was born in Tazewell County, the son of the late Frank and Molly Barnes Moss. He is
survived by his widow Mrs. Rebecca Virts Moss, and four sisters, Mrs. Norman G.
Hamilton, Dayton Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Sarah B. Higgenbothin, Tazewell, Va.; Mrs.
Mary Belle Groseclose, Nebo, Va., and Mrs. George H. Perry, Ceres, Va.
Rebecca Ann Moss
Loudoun Times Mirror, May 10, 1979
Rebecca Ann Moss, 90, a retired C&P Telephone employee and Leesburg’s first
telephone operator died May 3 at Shawnee Springs Nursing Home, Winchester. She
was the wife of the late George H. Moss. Born in Waterford, Mrs. Moss was a
daughter of Iziah and Annie L. Virts. She is survived by one nephew, Clifton Virts,
Frederick, Md. Interment was in Leesburg Union Cemetery.
Frederick Post, April 18, 1994
Mrs. Eliza George Myers, 85, a lifelong resident of Lovettsville, Va., died Saturday,
April 16, in Loudoun Long Term Care facility, Leesburg, Va.. She was the wife of
Robert A. Myers, who died in 1970. Born May 21, 1908, on her family’s farm in
Lovettsville, she was a daughter of the late Samual and Cecila McKimmey George.
Mrs. Myers was preceded in death by one brother and two sisters. Interment was in
the Union Cemetery, Lovettsville.
Robert Arthur Myers
Loudoun Times Mirror, April 23, 1970
Robert Arthur Myers, 60, principal of the Lovettsville Elementary School for the past
16 years, died Sunday in Frederick, Md., Memorial Hospital after a long illness. A
Son of the late Paul W. And Blanche Frye Myers. Surviving are his wife, Eliza
George Myers; his step-mother, Mrs. Winifred Myers; a half-brother, Paul Thomas
Myers, and a half-sister, Mrs. Patricia Boothe. Interment was in the Union Cemetery,
Blue Ridge Herald, April 24, 1930
Mrs. Virginia Mock, widow of Isaac H. Mock of Waterford, died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. C. H. Russell, in Waterford Tuesday night following a long illness.
She was born near Hamilton seventy-five years ago and before her marriage was a
Miss Virts. Besides Mrs. Russell, she is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. M. C.
Hough of Washington, D.C. and Mrs. W. O. Mullen of Waterford and by four
grandchildren. One brother, Charles W. Virts, of near Hamilton, also survives.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:00 o’clock, Reverends Jennings,
Morton and Bowman officiating. Interment will be at Waterford.
Arthur Henry McPherson
Loudoun Times Mirror, September 30, 1937
Mr. Arthur Henry McPherson, 73, died Saturday, in Emergency Hospital, Washington
after an illness of several weeks. He was a son of the late William and Mary E.
McPherson of Loudoun County, and in former years resided in Ashburn. Mr.
McPherson had live recently at Falls Church. He married Miss Ida Lowe who
survives him. Besides his wife, he leaves tow daughters, Mrs. Paul Hammond, Falls
Church, Mrs. Francis Ramey, Arlington; two sons, Messrs. Elmer L. and Arthur W.
McPherson, Falls Church; three sisters, Mrs. Robert Adrian, Ashburn, Mrs. Harry
Ball, Washington, and Mrs. Hattie Ball, Washington; one brother, Mr. Thomas
McPherson, Maryland and two granddaughters. Funeral services were held from the
home, Tuesday, the Rev William D. King officiating. Interment was made in Union
Samuel Vincent Munday
Loudoun Times Mirror, May 8, 1980
Samuel Vincent Munday, 42, died May 2 at his Knoxville, Md. home. He was a
member of the Bethany Lutheran Church at Brunswick, Md. and had served four years
in the Air Force. Mr. Munday is survived by his parents, Elmer and Ollie Jacobs
Munday of Knoxville, Md.; one sister, Janie Heskett, Leesburg; three nieces and two
nephews. Services were held, May 5 from the Brown Funeral Home, Lovettsville,
with the Rev. Ralph Miller officiating. Interment was in Union Cemetery,
Bessie Edith Mann
News, Frederick, MD, January 21, 1943
Funeral services were held on Friday, January 15 at 2 p.m. for Mrs. Bessie Edith
Mann, who died at her home near Lovettsville, after a lingering illness of several
years. She was the daughter of the late Fletcher and Kate Virts Smith of Lovettsville
district and had lived in the community all her life. She is survived by her husband,
Elmer E. Mann. Services were held at her home by Rev. A. F. Tobler of the Lutheran
church of which Mrs. Mann was a member. Interment was in Union Cemetery.
Pallbearers were: Elbert and Berkley Virts, Wilmer Baker, Campbell Legard, Harry
Wilt and Raymond Stone.
Nancy Jo Menge
Springfield News-Sun, January 30, 2004
Seattle – Nancy Jo (Virts) Menge, 66, of Seattle, died January 24 in her residence.
Memorial services will be held in Seattle and Mechanicsburg at the convenience of
the family; burial in Maple Grove Cemetery, Mechanicsburg.
Northern Virginia Daily, April 6, 1965
Mrs. Anna Peer Moore, 89, of Arlington, died Sunday at the home of her son, Elmer
Peer, following a long illness. She was a native of Woodstock and a daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Morrison. She was twice married. By her first marriage to the late
Charles Peer, she is survived by three children, Elmer Peer and Mrs. Alma Martin,
both of Arlington, and Mrs. Edith Southard of Washington. By her second marriage
to Walter C. Moore, who died in 1953, she leaves the following step-children: Mrs.
Robert D. Fawcett, Mrs. Raymond J. Snapp and Mrs. Paul E. Clowsor, all of Rt. 4,
Winchester, Rms. G. Benton Beach of Millboro, and Ottie g. Moore of Frederick, Md.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock at the Ives Funeral
Home in Arlington. Interment will be in Woodstock.