MRS. FRANK B. VanNAME
Rushford - Mrs. Frank B. VANNAME passed away at the Cuba Memorial Hospital Friday, Dec. 10, 1943, after a brief illness. Funeral services were held in her late home Monday, Dec. 13th, conducted by her pastor, Rev. Willard HECK, with burial in the White Cemetery.
Mary Jane CALLOW was born in South Petherton, England, January 6, 1874. She was the second daughter of David and Sarah BROWNING CALLOW.
At the age of 19 she came to America with her aunt, Miss Thurza BROWNING, now Mrs. Fred AUSTIN. She worked in Rushford and Rochester.
On Feb. 12, 1898 she was married to William D. BUTTIFANT, who died in January, 1917. To this union four children were born, Harold, who died in infancy, Herbert C. and Mrs. Winnifred KELLOGG of Rushford, and Mrs. Florence SCHUTTS of Blasdell, who survive, also four grandchildren.
In September, 1920, she was united in marriage with Frank B. VANNAME who survives to mourn his loss, with five step-children.
One brother, William CALLOW, of England, also survives.
She was a faithful member of the Rushford Baptist Church, with which she united soon after coming to Rushford. She was a member of the Grange...(rest is missing)
From obituary found in the Davies Room of the Rushford, NY Library dated 1943.
(Incomplete, poorly copied)