Widow of Judge Succumbs Here

The following is from a clipping, the last part of which is missing. According to JQS, Eva Turner Black died about 25 March, 1925 (this was a Wednesday).

Widow of Judge Succumbs Here: Mrs. Eva Turner Black Victim of Short Illness; Was Pioneer Resident


Mrs. Eva Turner Black, prominent resident of Lansing for many years and widow of the late Judge Cyrenius P. Black, died Monday morning at the home of her son, Allan Black, 317 St. Joseph street, after a short illness. She had not been in good health for some time and for a while was at the Battle Creek sanitarium.

Mrs. Black's death removes a pioneer resident, who was a descendant of families which took an important part in the foundation and upbuilding of this city. She was active in musical, social, and charitable circles, and was well known as a singer.

She was born in Lansing, May 18, 1857, the daughter of James Turner, early railroad builder and former state treasurer of Michigan, and Marion Monroe. She attended school here and later...