Pat, this is the way it came to me. A lady had gone to the archives, came home and posted this obit:
Mrs. Eliza Angel, 65, died this morning at two o'clock at the Morristown General Hospital following a brief illness.The remains were removed to Stetzer's Funeral Home and prepared for burial, and will repose there until the hour of the funeral, which will occur tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 from St. Paul's church, conducted by Rev. L. F. Smith.Interment will be in the church yard.She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Julia Ledford* of Jonesboro, and Mrs. Rebecca Ledford* of Bristol, and a brother Lee Canter of Johnson City; also by several nieces and nephews.She had been a member of St. Paul's Churcha number of years and was well known and highly respected. __ Transcribed from the Morristown Daily Gazette and Mail, Saturday, August 30, 1930 edition (Hamblen County, TN.) * Remember that Ledford is sometime incorrectly used in place of Ledwell.
There was also this from a previous posting:
Found following info regarding Eliza Canter Angel in the TN Confederate Widow's Pension Application records. Record # 7759 Name of Widow:Eliza Angel (CANTER) County of Widow's residence at time of application:Hamblen Co, TN Year and place of Widow's birth:1865 Green Co., TN Name of Soldier, year and place of his birth:William G. Angel, 1845, Yancy Co., NC Year and Place of Marriage:1880 Washington Co., VA (her parents:HENRY B. & POLINA CANTER) Year and Place of soldier's death:1922 Hamblen Co, TN