LOVE, Ada C.

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Submitted by: (Mary Love Berryman) – December 5, 2005


Final Rites Friday For Miss Ada C. Love

Miss Ada C. Love, 88, a member of a pioneer Williamson County family and lifetime resident of this county, died in a local hospital Thursday morning, December 5, at 11:30 o’clock following an illness of eighteen months.

Funeral services were held at the First Methodist Church in Florence Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, conducted by the Rev. Jan A. McMurry, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Georgetown, and the Rev. Lloyd Sansom, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Floence.

The music was furnished by the church choir and organist.

Pallbearers were Alton Mullen. E. D. Frymire, Bob Daniell, Wallace Suttles, Fred Foster and Clyde Brown.

Burial was in the Florence Cemetery under the direction of the Young Funeral Home.

Miss Love, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Love, was born in the Andice community on February it, 1869, and had made her home in Florence for many years prior to coming to Georgetown to reside on December 20, 1949. She had made her home with her sister. Miss Hattie Love.

She was a fiaithful lifetime member of the Florence Methodist Church and the W.S.C.S. of the church, having been presented a lifetime pin by the latter organization.

Miss Love’s parents came to Williamson County over a century ago – her father coming from, Mississinpi and her mother from North Carolina.

Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. T. J. Cooper and Miss Hattie Love, of Georgetown; one brother, W. C. Love, of Florence.

Also, two nieces, Mrs. J. E. Caskey of Florence and Mrs. George Muller of Conroe; five nephews, Dick Cooper, Halley Cooper and Wilburn Love of Austin, Tommy Cooper of Houston and Jack Love of Corpus Christi; five great nieces; five great nephews, and other relatives and a host of friends