Miriam Cornman

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The Daily Press
July 28, 1936

CORNMAN, Mrs. Miriam, about 33, of 236 Warwick Road, was found dead in gas-filled kitchen around 7 Tuesday night. Dr. T. C. Lawford, county coroner, rendered an informal verdict of accidental death after investigation. Survivors include her two small children, Bettie and Leon; her parents, Mr. And Mrs. C. D. Gildner, this city; one brother, George Gildner and one sister, Mrs. Louise Scull, both of this city. Funeral rites Thursday at 4 p.m., at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, with the Rev. W. M. Entwisle, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Peninsula Memorial Park. (Services by Peninsula Funeral Home.)

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