Sarah Elizabeth Wiggins Hartman

Mrs. Sarah E. Hartman

            Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth (Wiggins) Hartman, wife of Fred B. Hartman, died at her home near Harrison early Saturday morning. She had been in failing health for some time, but her death was totally unexpected. Mrs. Hartman was born in Spartanburg 76 years ago, Jan. 7, last. Many of the older residents will remember Mr. and Mrs. Hartman, as they lived here for many years before removing to Harrison , where for some thirty years they have lived in their present home at Hartman’s Springs, a home well-known for the pleasant hospitality always extended to a large circle of friends from this city.

            Beside her aged husband the survivors are: Three sisters, Mrs. Kate Hooker, of Atlanta ; Mrs. Maggie Thomas, of Dalton ; and Mrs. Mary Burns, of Columbus, O.; seven daughters: Mrs. Gus A. Wood, Mrs. Will Hoge, and Miss Mary Hartman, of this city; Mrs. Tom Guthrie, of Harrison ; Mrs. R. J. Kapahn, of Birmingham , Ala. ; Mrs. R. E. Padget, of Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Mrs. W. D. Padget, of Lenoir City; also fourteen grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

            Funeral services will be held from the church at Harrison , Tenn. , at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon. Dr. T. S. McCallie will officiate. Interment will be in the family burying ground at Harrison . The following grandsons will serve as pallbearers: Tim Guthrie, Gus Wood, Jr., Paul Padget, Harry Wood, Ben Matthews and Philip Sweet.

The Chattanooga Times, Sunday, March 19, 1922.