Rash's Surname Index

Notes for Clark Webster PYLE

CLARK W. PYLE, 77, Concord Township resident, died Tuesday morning at his home, West Chester-Wilmington Pk. and Smith’s Bridge Rd., Elam, Concord Township. Suffering from a heart condition, he had been in declining health for several years. Funeral services will be held at his late home at 2 p.m. Friday, with burial in Elam Cemetery. Mr. Pyle had lived in Concord 76 years. Born at Rising Sun ??, near Wilmington, Del. he was less than a year old when his parents, the late Thomas and Anna M. Pyle, moved to this area. A blacksmith by trade, Mr. Pyle operated his own shop at Elam for many years. Prior to his retirement he had been employed for 25 years on the Pierre DuPont Longwood estate. He was active in church affairs. Surviving are his widow, Mary Anne P. Pyle; a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Talley, of Elam; a son, B. Franklin Pyle, of Elam; four grandchildren; three brothers, George Pyle of West Chester, William Pyle, of California, Thomas Pyle, of Claymont, Del. and two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Kelsey, of Oregon, and Mrs. Marian Stann, of Elam.

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