McQUINN, Anna Elizabeth (Coffman)

Date of birth: 30 Mar 1893 Johnson County, Indiana

Date of death: 3 Dec 1964 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

Source: Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, December 3, 1964

Annie McQuinn Dies Thursday
      Mrs. Annie McQuinn, 75 Robinson Street, 
died suddenly in the Robert W. Long Hospital at
Indianapolis Thursday morning at 3:45 o'clock.
      Ten days ago she entered the Johnson County 
Memorial Hospital and Wednesday was transfer-
red to Indianapolis.
      Funeral services have been arranged for Saturday 
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Vandivier-Parsley 
Funeral Home with her nephew, the Rev. Lloyd 
Walker, pastor of the Wolcott Baptist Church, in 
charge of the services.  Burial will be made in 
Greenlawn Cemetery.
      Friends may call at the funeral home any time 
after 2 o'clock Friday afternoon and until time for 
the services, to which they are invited.
		Born Near Nineveh
      Mrs. McQuinn was born March 30, 1893, near 
Nineveh, on a farm now part of Camp Atterbury.  
Her parents were the late John and Sarah Goetz 
Coffman.  She was educated in the Nineveh schools.
      On March 22, 1911, she became the bride of 
Orval McQuinn and two children were born to them.  
Mrs. McQuinn was a life resident of Johnson County 
and for the past 44 years had resided in Franklin.
      She was a member of the Grace Methodist 
Church.
      Those who survive, with the husband, are a 
daughter, Mrs. Richard (Hazel) Brown, of White-
land; a son, Wayne McQuinn, of Tampa, Fla.; 
five grandchildren and five great- grandchildren.
      Others remaining are two brothers, George 
Coffman, of Franklin, and Charles Coffman, of 
Trafalgar; and five sisters, Mrs. Katie Chandler, 
of Muncie; Mrs. Ella Parsley, Mrs. Lennie Barker, 
Mrs. Pearl Short, of Franklin; and Mrs. Myrtle Cobb, 
of Nineveh.

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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