(Probably published in Marlboro Herald) - (November 15, 1957)
Hattie Driggers Crowley
Crowley Funeral Held on Sunday
Mrs. Hattie D. Crowley, 64, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clara C.
Driggers in the Hebron section of Marlboro County Friday evening at 7
o'clock. She had been in declining health for several years and was
critically ill the past week.
She was the widow of Colon G. Crowley, who died March 12, 1932. She was the
daughter of the late Samuel W. and Fannie Ammons Driggers of Marlboro County.
She is survived by the following sons and daughters, Elwood H. Crowley, C.
Gordon Crowley, Carroll Crowley and Mrs. Clara C. Driggers, all of
Bennettsville, Jennings Crowley of Tabor City, N. C. and Mrs. Edna C. Hewes
of Middlefield, Conn. Two sisters, Mrs. Maude D. Crowley and Mrs. Macie D.
Coxe of Bennettsville, and two brothers, Ernest Driggers of Bennettsville
and Howard Driggers of Richmond, Va. and eleven grandchildren also survive.
Funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon at four from Whitner Funeral
home chapel and interment following in McLucas cemetery near Clio. Her
pastor, the Rev. Clarence W. Stokes of Parnassus Methodist Church, was in
charge, assisted by the Rev. L. E. Thomas of Thomas Memorial Baptist Church.
Submitted by Bonnie Crowley Freeman, 9 Jul 2001.