Death Takes Mrs. Sarah A. Walker Here, Sarah Anna Walker, Widow of Dr. Alexander Spann Walker
DEATH TAKES MRS. SARAH A. WALKER HERE Funeral Service! Will Be Held at 2 P. M. Today From Home on Creswell St. Mrs. Surah Anna Walker, 81, a native of Caddo parish and resident of Shreveport for 40 years, died at 8 p.m. Monday at the family home, 3838 Creswsll street, following Illness of several days duration. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the home, with the Rev, M. E. Ootid officiating, assisted by Rev. D. A. Youngblood of Baton Rouge, a relative of the deceased. Interment will be In the Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearers will be Q. A. Frierson and six nephews of Mrs. Walker, namely: Dr. John A. Hendrlck. W. N. Hendrlck, A. O. Hendrlck, H. M. Nicholson. C. A. Nicholson and A. L, Hendrlck. Mrs. Walker, who was a member of one of the oldest and best known families of northwest Louisiana, is survived by two daughters, Miss Mary Walker and Miss Carrie Walk er; one brother. H. Y. Nicholson, and one sister, Mrs. &'. B. Hendrlck, all of Shreveport. Her two daughters reside reside with Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Walker was born at Summer Grove, May 17, 1852, the daughter of Angus Nicholson and Mary Young- Young- blood. Her father was a prominent planter of Summer Grove, She married married Dr. Alexander Spann Walker of Spring Ridge, a prominent physician of that community, which was her home until after Dr. Walker's death, when she moved to Shreveport, which ever since was her home. She was a member of the First Baptist church.