Sally Anna Fry was born April 27, 1839 in Clark County, KY and died September 14, 1924, at the home of her niece in Ringgold County, IA., at the age of 85 years, 4 months and 18 days. She moved to Indiana with her parents when three years old, was raised in Jefferson County, IN., until twenty-two years old, then went to Ohio to live with her aunt until September 3, 1867, when she was united in marriage to David Skeen. She then moved to Fairfield, IA, then to Grant City, MO. After the death of her husband she united in marriage with Abner Clark on April 15, 1885. After his death in 1910 she then made her home with her niece, Mrs. S.R. Coverdell. She had been bedfast for five months. She confessed her Savior when fifteen years old and was buried with him in baptism to walk in his kingdom here on earth. “I am not tired of my home with God’s people.” She leaves to mourn her lose one sister, five brothers, a host of nieces and nephews and relatives and friends. The sister, Mrs. W.H. Goff, of Halstead, KS., and one brother, Henry Fry, of Emperior, KS, were present at the funeral. She was laid to rest September 16, at 2:30 at Honey Grove, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. T.S. Rhoades.