FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MR. ENNIS
Sidney B. Ennis, influential retired Somerset County farmer, died at his East Princess Anne home ear1y Sunday morning, as the result of a heart ailment, with which he was ori- ginally stricken two years ago.
Mr. Ennis, who had consider- able property holdings in this area, also owned a recently developed real estate section in Sarasota, Florida.
A native of this county, Mr. Ennis was born in Shelltown, a son of the late Sidney and Rose Matthews Ennis of that Section.
He was a lifetime member of the Rehobeth Baptist Church and an active member of the Somerset. County Farm Bureau.
Mr. Ennis is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nina Hall Ennis of Princess Anne ; two daughters, Mrs. Paul Fisher of Sarasota, Florida, and Mrs. Herbert Hay- nie of Baltimore; and three,sons, Harvey Ennis and Carroll Ennis, both of Princess Anne, and Mar- ion Ennis of Baltimore.
He is also survived by four brothers, Choley Ennis of Re- hobeth, MD., James Ennis of Pocomoke City, and Garland Ennis and Henry Ennis, both of Crisfield; and two sisters, Mrs. Walter Price of Marion Station And Mrs. Jesse Johnson of Re- hobeth, MD.
Thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild also sur- vive him.
Funeral services for the de- ceased were conducted Tuesday afternoon in the Hinman Fun- eral Home here by the Rev. David F. Russell, pastor of Re- hobeth Baptist Church, assisted by the Rev. Marvin Ford, pas- tor of the First Baptist Church of Princess Anne, and interment took place in the First Baptist Cemetery at Pocomoke City.
Those who served as pall- bearers for Mr. Ennis were: Mr. James Tilghman of Pocomoke City, Mr. Herbert Holland, Sr., Mr. Roscoe Ruark, Mr. Contee R. Payne, Mr. Oscar E. Wilson and Mr. Elton Powell, all of Princess Anne.
Marylander and Herald, Princess Anne, MD - Friday, February 5, 1960 - Pg. 1
Sidney was born in 1887. He passed away in 1960. 
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