Information for Nannie Gray Wilson Crocker
12 Sept, 1888 – 15 December, 1963
From the Idaho Free Press
Tuesday, 17 December, 1963
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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NAMPA – Services for Mrs. Nannie Gray Crocker, 75, of 515
Almond Street, Nampa, who died Sunday in the home of a
daughter in Parma, will be at 2 p.m. Tomorrow in Alsip Chapel.
Bishop Leon K. Hales of the Nampa Second Ward LDS
Church will officiate. Interment will be in the LDS Garden in
Mrs. Crocker was born Sept. 12, 1888, at Ellendale, Va. At
age 22 she moved with her parents to Missouri, and to Nebraska
a short time later.
She was married to Ira Enis Crocker June 26, 1912, in
Nebraska. They made their home in Dodge County, Neb., many
years, except for three years spent in Gooding and Nampa in
the early 1920s.
In 1947 they moved to Nampa, where they lived since. She was
a member of the Second Ward LDS Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers and a
Survivors include her husband, Ira Crocker of Nampa; two
sons, Orville Crocker of Ridgefield, Wash., and Wilbur Crocker
of Sunnyvale, Calif; four daughters, Mrs. Favorale Soderling
of Meridian, Mrs. Glesna Grigg of Parma, Mrs. Nova Rosdahl of
Caldwell and Mrs. Rachel Anderson of Hooper, Neb.; two
brothers, Wiley Wilson of Bonners Ferry and Charles E. Wilson
of Burley; three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Vipperman of Gooding,
Mrs. Bertha Pratt of Pocatello and Mrs. Kate Morgan of Drewsey,
Ore.; 20 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
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