Biography of

Mary Blanche Clark Sydenstricker

 

Born 11 Aug 1866, Hillsboro, WV
Died 11 Apr 1944, Lewisburg, WV
Married Thomas A. Sydenstricker, 12 Aug 1891; b 05 Jun 1868, WV
Mrs. Sydenstricker had been a lifelong member of the Presbyterian church, and was a kindly hospitable, home loving woman.
Children Born
Mary Agnes Sydenstricker 18 Nov 1897
Annie Sydenstricker May 1892
 

References

Obituary - Mrs. Blanche Clark Syndestricker, widow of Thomas A. Syndenstricker, died at her home in Lewisburg on Tuesday, April 11, 1944. The immediate cause of her death was a heart attack.  Had she lived until August 11, next, she would have entered her 79th year.   She was born and reared near Hillsboro, Pocahontas County, and was a daughter of the late Alvin and Mary Agnes Beard Clark.  She was educated at the Hillsboro Academy and the old L. F. l. I. now Greenbrier College in Lewisburg.   On August 12, 1891, she was united in marriage to Thomas A. Sydenstricker, of Greenbrier County.  They lived at her old home in Pocahontas county until twenty-five years ago, when the moved to Lewisburg.  her husband died in 1932.  She is survived by two daughters - Ann, wife of George E. Fuller who lives in Washington, D.C. and Polly, wife of Claude E. McLaughlin of Lewisburg - and one grandson, George E. Fuller, Jr. who is a dentist and is connected with the U. S. Army medical corps in St. Louis Mo.  Also, she is survived by her sister, Mrs. Andrew Price of Marlinton.   Funeral services were held at her home on Thursday afternoon, conducted by her pastor, Rev. Lloyd McF. Courtney and burial was beside the grave of her husband in Rosewood cemetery.  Mrs. Sydenstricker had been a lifelong member of the Presbyterian church, and was a kindly hospitable, home loving woman. -- Greenbrier Independent.