CENTRAL ILLINOIS OBITUARIES
Franklin Times (Morgan County)
13 Nov 1930
ANOTHER OLD RESIDENT PASSES AWAY TUESDAY
Mrs. Anna Caldwell
, who has been ill for some time, passed away at the home
of her son Grover on Tuesday afternoon, aged 81 years, 4 months and ___ days.
She was the daughter of Richard and Rebecca Lambert and was born in
Jacksonville on July 3, 1849. In young womahood, she was united in marriage
with Charles W. Brown, whose death a few years thereafter left her with two
sons, Thomas C. and George E. Some years after his death, she married J.
Andrew Caldwell, and to this union one son, Grover, was born. Besides her
husband and three sons, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Strawn, of
Strawn's Crossing, and Mrs. Mary Kunsch, of Portland, Oregon.
The funeral will be conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Franklin
Christian Church, of which the deceased had been a faithful member for many
years, being a regular attendant at its services so long as her health
permitted. The services will be in charge of Rev. W. R. Johnson of
Jacksonville. Music will be furnished by a quartet, Mrs. Robert Seymour,
Mrs. Ralph Woods, W. E. Eador and Wilbur Seymour, with mrs. M. D. Henderson
as accompanist. One of the songs will be "Rock of Ages", a favorite of the
Interment will be made in the Franklin Cemetery.
Submitted by Tom Wilson
On Tuesday, April 12th, 1878, at his residence, six miles west of Virginia, Patrick Caldwell, of consumption. He was an old citizen of Cass county, much respected by everybody.
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