Atlanta Constitution, Wednesday, January 31, 1906 ================================================ MRS. ALBRIGHT DIES OF BURNS ----------------- Neighbors Found Her Alone and Suffering Fatal Injury. ----------------- Columbus, Ga.. January 30. (Special.)-- Mrs. Sarah Albright, aged 85 years, has died at her home at Mechanicsville, Ala. from burns received Saturday morning. Although she had several children who offered her a home with them, Mrs. Albright preferred to remain at the old homestead, and to the last busied herself with her household duties. Saturday morning some of her neighbors, who went to her house, found her horribly burned. Just how the accident occurred is not known, as there was no one else at the house at the time. Mrs. Albright was the widow of the late Judge Oswell Albright. She is survived by five sons and two daughters, as follows: Rev. W. H. Albright, of Atlanta; Judge George A. Albright. of Texas; Professor J. A. Albright, principal of the school at Langdale. Ala.; Rev. T. D. Albright. of Florida; J. J. Albright, of LaGrange; Mrs. Sallie Fears, of Huntsville. and Mrs. F. C. Blackmon, of Columbus. The funeral took place from the Methodist church at Mechanicsville. =========================================
Mechanicsville is in northern Lee County, AL near Lake Harding.
Sarah's maiden name is believed to be WHEELESS. Does anyone have info on her parents?