Sunday’s Obituary: Ada Marian (Winn) Anderson died 06 Feb., 1937, Hannibal, MO

The above is the obituary of my great grandmother Ada Marian (Winn) Anderson, as published in the Hannibal Courier Post, Hannibal, MO, about 8 Feb., 1934. Here’s the text:

WOMAN DIES, ILL 4 WEEKS FUNERAL FOR MRS. ADA ANDERSON TO BE HELD TUESDAY Following four weeks’ illness, Mrs. Ada Marian Anderson, widow of Charles P. Anderson, 1915 Chestnut street, passed away in Levering hospital at 9:50 o’clock Saturday night. The remains were removed to Smith’s funeral home and at 10 o’clock this morning were taken to the family residence. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o’clock from the Bethany Baptist church, west of Philadelphia, with the funeral cortege leaving the home at 12:30 o’clock for the church. The Rev. E. C. Abernathy, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, assisted by the Rev. A. A. Braungardt, will have the service. Burial will be in the Bethany cemetery. A native of Hannibal, Mrs. Anderson was born December 23, 1875. She was well and favorably known to many people in this city. Her husband passed away March 10, 1934: – Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Lamberson of this city; three stepsons, J. B. Anderson of Hannibal, Wayne Anderson of Pocahontas, Ia., and Carter Anderson of Alamosa, Cola.; four grandchildren and other relatives.

In this picture, she is shown before her marriage with her brother, Benjamin Winn

About glamberson

I am an amateur genealogist and a professional technologist, having experience in both areas that goes back to the 1980s (at least). My genealogical interests really began in 1979 when my grandfather died. Computers & technology have been primary interests since the early 1980s. My first personal computer was an Apple IIe bought shortly after they first became available.
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One Response to Sunday’s Obituary: Ada Marian (Winn) Anderson died 06 Feb., 1937, Hannibal, MO

  1. Tod Robbins says:

    She was a beautiful woman Greg. Have you looked for any info on the photographer Stiles & Neff for kicks?

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