Vol CXXIII No 36
"Mrs Charles H. Sparrell
Lavinia Elizabeth Sparrell, wife of Charles H. Sparrell, died Aug. 27 at her home, 64 Fruit St., Worcester, Mass. She was born in Worcester, the daughter of Albert Randolph and Alice Virginia (Edgecomb) Strong. She leaves her husband and two sons, H. Kirkwood Sparrell of Wickford, R.I., and Lester S. Sparrell of Larchmont, N.Y., also seven grandchildren.
Mrs. Sparrell was a member of the First Universalist Church, a past president of the Z.E.H. Club of the church, and a past director of the Clara Barton Camp for Diabetic Children. She was a director of teh Red Cross group of the First Universalist Church during the first World War, and a past regent of Col. Timothy Bigelow Chapter, D.A.R., having held many offices in that organization.
Funeral services were held at Sessions Chapel in Worcester Aug. 29. Rev. Fenwick L. Leavitt, D.D., officiated. Interment was in teh family lot in Hope Cemetery."
Text transcribed by D Sparrell from Volume at Library of Congress, call number BX9901.U55 Vol 123, Part 2, page 701