Anna Jackson Scott

Mrs. Herbert Scott Of Columbia Dies

Mrs. Anna Jackson Scott, 58, of 1108 1/2 Hampton Street, died unexpectedly at the Columbia Hospital last night.

She was born in Kershaw County, a daughter of the late Fannie Jackson and John Jackson. She had lived in Columbia for the past 34 years, and was a member of Green Street Methodist Church. She was a seamstress at Fort Jackson.

Survivors include her husband, Herbert W. Scott; two daughters, Mrs. George Pankuch, Raritan, N. J. and Mrs. Robert Cloud, West Palm Beach, Fla.; one son, Henry Jackson of Baltimore, Md., and one brother, Jasper Jackson of Blaney.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The body is at the Dunbar Funeral Home.

Scott Funeral Plans Incomplete

Funeral plans for Mrs. Anna Jackson Scott, 58, of 1108 1/2 Hampton St., are incomplete.

Mrs. Scott died at the Columbia Hospital Tuesday night.

She was born in Kershaw County, a daughter of the late Fannie Jackson and John Jackson. She had lived in Columbia for the past 34 years, and was a member of Green Street Methodist Church. She was a seamstress at Fort Jackson.

Survivors include her husband, Herbert W. Scott; two daughters, Mrs. George Pankuch, Raritan, N. J. and Mrs. Robert Cloud, West Palm Beach, Fla.; one son, Henry Jackson of Baltimore, Md., and one brother, Jasper Jackson of Blaney.

The body is at the Dunbar Funeral Home.

Mrs. Scott’s Funeral Today

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Jackson Scott will be conducted at 3:30 this afternoon from the Dunbar Funeral Home, by the Rev. Dr. Charles E. Edwards, pastor of the Centennial Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park.

Active pallbearers will be J. W. Gelston, J. C. Smith, Leroy Douglas, Bill Holley, W. V. Sullivan, J. A. Ross, Tom Collins and Tom Crenshaw.

Mrs. Scott, who lived at 1108 1/2 Hampton Street, died Tuesday at the Columbia Hospital.

She was born in Kershaw County, a daughter of the late Fannie Jackson and John Jackson. She had lived in Columbia for the past 34 years, and was a member of Green Street Methodist Church. She was a seamstress at Fort Jackson.

Survivors include her husband, Herbert W. Scott; two daughters, Mrs. George Pankuch, Raritan, N. J. and Mrs. Robert Cloud, West Palm Beach, Fla.; one son, Henry Jackson of Baltimore, Md., and one brother, Jasper Jackson of Blaney.

September 7, 1955  State (published as The State)  Columbia, South Carolina
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Greenlawn Memorial Park
Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, USA
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