MRS. COFFMAN DIES
Succumbs to Nervous Prostration of More Than Two Months’ Duration.
The Clarksburg Telegram., February 24, 1910, page 6
Mrs. James M. Coffman died at midnight Monday night of nervous prostration at her home on Clay street. She had been ill two months or more.
Mrs. Coffman was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tate and 52 years of age. Surviving her are the husband, two daughters, one son and three brothers. The daughters are Mrs. Charles W. Halterman and Miss Margaret Coffman, the son is Ray Coffman and the brothers are William, Frank, and Edward Tate.
Highly esteemed by all her friends, her death is a painful shock to them and there is general sympathy for the bereft ones. She was a consistent member of the First Methodist Episcopal church and an active worker in its various departments.
The funeral will be at the residence Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock with the Rev. J. E. Bird officiating and interment will be at the Odd Fellows’ cemetery.