This is her obit & some other stories found on Ancestry:
From Obituary Sarah Elizabeth Myers (born Harper)Death Date: July 25, 1924
Cause of Death: an illness that lasted 5 weeks
Death Place: Water Street Frederik, MD home of daughter Mrs. George Freed
Where buried: Mt Olivet Cemetery, Frederick, MD
Funeral Information: Sunday afternoon (27 July, 1934)
Survivors: Chas. Myers (Charles S.), Mrs. Ellen Elizabeth Freed, Mrs. Nellie Fulton, Mrs Maude A. Crouse, Miss Josephine Myers and one step-son, William F. Myers
Other Info Age 62, widow of Luther R. Myers
Sources: The News, Frederick, MD, 26 July 1924
Maryland September 28, 1908
The Jury in the case of Sarah E. Myers indicted for keeping a bawdy and disorderly house on West Patrik street in that section of the town known as "Battletown" after being out some time, came down Saturday afternoon with a verdict of guilty. The court sentenced her to serve nine months in the county jail. The judge said he could not blame the people in that section of town for wanting to get rid of her and if she knew her daughter was incorrigible she should have her sent away.
On the indictment for a similar charge against her husband Luther Myers a verdict of not guilty was rendered by the Court. Reno S. Harp appeared for the traversers.
The News (Frederick, Maryland) August 19, 1810
Keeping Disorderly House
A warrant has been issued by C. H. Eckstein for the arrest of Mrs Luther Myers and her daughter better known as "Sunshine Nellie," on the charge of keeping a disorderly house. They have not as yet been apprehended.
July 26, 1924
Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Myers
Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Myers, widow of Luther R. Myers died at the home of her daughter Mrs. George Franklin Freed, Water Street, Friday night at 10:30 o'clock after an illness of five weeks, aged 62 years 3 months and 21 days. The deceased is survived by the following children: Chas Myers, Mrs. Ellen Elizabeth Freed, Mrs. Nellie Fulton, Mrs. Maude E. Crouse, Miss Josephine Myers, Thos. Myers and one step son William F Myers
Funeral from the home of Mrs. Freed Water street, Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Interment in Mr. Olivet cemetery, C.E. Cline, funeral director.
Obituary July 28, 1924
The funeral of the late Sarah E. Myers took place Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the home of her daughter, Mrs. George E. Freed, Water Street. Services were conducted by Rev. Dr. G. Ellis Williams, pastor of Calvary Methodist Episcopal Chruch. The pallbearers were Chalres Main, Edwin Freed, Luther Finneyfrock, Peter Flair Abraham Brill and Walter White. Interment was made in Mt. Olivet cemetery. C. E. Cline funeral director.