J. Frank Wiggins
Do not know which paper was in but believe that it was the Mullins Enterprize.
[born 5 December 1883 d. 24 December 1962]
J. F. WIGGINS
MULLINS---J. Frank Wiggins, 79, a resident of West Marion St., died at his residence early Monday morning following a brief illness.
Funeral services took place at 4 p. m. Tuesday from the hopewell Methodist Church. Burial was in hopewell Cemetery, directed by Meares Funeral Service.
Born in Marion County, December 5, 1883, he was a son of the late Sam and Fannie Moore Wiggins. He was member of the hopewell Methodist Church.
Surviving are: his widow, Mrs. Beaulah Porter Wiggins; four daughters; Mrs. Bessie W. Harrelson and Miss Faye Wiggins, both of Mullins, Mrs. Clarabell W. Daniels of Dillon and Mrs. Fank Collins of Aynor, Four son, Carley C. Wiggins of pageland, J. F. Wiggins Jr. of Latt, and Sgt Ralph L. Wiggins, Charleston Air Force Base, and Lois Wiggins of Mullins; one brother, Raleigh Wiggins of
of Gresham;' one sister, Mrs. Eva Pace of Washington, D. C. and 43 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren.
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