Sarah Alice Stewart

F, b. 1 April 1868, d. 14 April 1946
     Sarah Alice Stewart married Edward Choke Binnix, son of Robert Binnix and Anna E. (?). Sarah Alice Stewart Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrhage
The Pueblo Chieftain
Pueblo, Colorado, Monday, April 15, 1946
76th year
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Mrs. Alice Binnix, Resident of City 45 years, Expires
Stricken suddenly while fishing with friends at the Colorado Fuel & Iron
Corporation reservoir south of the city. Mrs. Sarah Alice Binnix, 78, of
1211 E. 4th Street died Sunday afternoon at her home apparently of a
heart attack. A first aid squad of the city fire department was callec
after the woman's removal to her home as well as a physician, but efforts
of the first aid ment to revive her with oxygen were of no avail.
Surviving her are two sons, Howard & Frank Binnix; two daughters, Mrs.
Edna Short & Mrs. Edith Roe. A stepson, Oliver M. Lukenbill & two
sisters, Mrs. Rose Holloran & Mrs. Belle Moore all of Pueblo. Six
grandchildren, five greatgrandchildren, & one great great grandchild also
She was a member of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Binnix had been a resident
of Pueblo for 45 years.
Note: This is the article in the Pueblo Chieftain that was hand
transferred by Alice L. La Duke, because the microfische was not copying
Davis Mortuary:
Mrs. Sarah Alice Binnix
Birthplace: Lancaster, Indiana
b: April 1, 1868
d: April 14, 1946 aged 78 years, 13 days.
mother: Mary Fisher of Germany
father: Joseph Stewart of Pennsylvania
Funeral from Chapel, time 2p.m., Wed. April 17, 1946
Burial: Mt. View Cemetery, lot, E 1/2 173, Blk "1", Grave 4
There are stones of Mrs. Edna Short and her husband, John W. Short nearby. Her married name was Binnix. She was born on 1 April 1868 at Lancaster, Indiana. She died on 14 April 1946 at Pueblo, Pueblo Co., CO, at age 78. She was buried on 17 April 1946 at Pueblo, Pueblo Co., CO (Mountain View Cemetery).


Edward Choke Binnix b. 1866, d. b 1958