The Daily Telegram., January 25, 1904
Miss Flora Lang has returned from a visit with friends in Parkersburg.
DEATH CLAIMS MISS LANG
The Daily Telegram., August 30, 1904
A MOST ESTIMABLE WOMAN AND AN ESTEEMED RESIDENT SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOID FEVER.
The End Came at One O’Clock Tuesday Morning After a Four Week’s Illness
Funeral Occurs Wednesday Afternoon
Miss Florida Lang, an esteemed and loved woman, died at her home on West Pike street. Tuesday morning at one o’clock from typhoid fever. She was taken down with the disease about four weeks ago. She was unable to withstand the ravages of the fever and death claimed her at the crisis of the disease.
Miss Lang was the daughter of the late James Lang, of Simpson creek, Harrison county, one of the prominent agriculturists of this section and for many years a successful merchant in the county, and Charlotte Lang. She was fifty-four years of age. She is survived by one brother, Colonel Theodore F. Lang, of Baltimore, and one sister, Mrs. Iowa Finnell, now residing in Oakland, California. Mrs. L. E. Peters of this city, is an aunt, and Mrs. C. J. Lang, a sister-in-law of the deceased.
Miss Lang was a devout Christian woman being a member of the First Baptist church of this city for the past thirty years and one of the prominent workers of the church. She was a most estimable woman and was loved and esteemed by legions of friends in Clarksburg and Harrison county. Her death will be deeply deplored and will be the cause of profound regret and sorrow to many.
The funeral will take place from the late residence on West Pike street Wednesday afternoon at three o’clock. Revs. R. B. McDanel and L. E. Peters will conduct the funeral services. Burial will occur in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
Funeral of Miss Flora Lang
The Daily Telegram., August 31, 1904
The Clarksburg Telegram., September 02, 1904
The funeral of the late Miss Flora B. Lang, who died Tuesday morning from typhoid fever, took place Wednesday afternoon at three o’clock from the late residence on West Pike street. The funeral services were conducted by Revs. R. B. McDanel and L. E. Peters. Interment was made in the I. O. O. F. cemetery. A large number of friends of the deceased attended the last sad rites.
The Clarksburg Telegram., November 25, 1904
The Daily Telegram., November 26, 1904
The accounts of the following named fiduciaries are before me for settlement:
Mattie C. Peters, executrix of Flora B. Lang, deceased.
Given under my hand this the 21st day of November, 1904.
JAMES N. DAVID
Commissioner of Accounts for Harrison County, State of West Virginia