The Winterset Madisonian 20
Madison County, Iowa
January 2, 1902
Mrs. F. (Frank) C. HODSON, nee, Emma FEITZ, of Madison Township, died on
Christmas morning. This is a peculiarly sad death as she leaves 4 small
children (1 child was Emmet L.) , the oldest not quite 6 years of age.
Marriage licenses issued: H. E. WAGNER and Mary J. WATT; Samuel M.
PORTER and Sadie LEGGETT; William H. BLACK and Peree B. MARTIN; W.
A. WEYRAUCH and Bertha B. BOWLSBY; James J. CROSSLEY and Della C.
HOWELL; Carl R. REESE and Ethel D. OVERSTREET; J. W. DOWLER and Inez
TRAVIS; W. L. ORMAN and Frances KILGORE; A. G. ROLLSTIN and Marie
HILL; John G. RAITT and Hannah CHAPMAN; B. L. MYERS and Bertha MARTIN;
Clyde GILLOGLY and Zilpha CARTER; William A. BLAIR and Nona M.
JOHNSON; Willard LOEHR and Etta E. REED.
Jud Lee was called to Hanley on Tuesday, owing to the sudden death of
his mother who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. H. SCHOONOVER.
She had recently moved to ST. Charles and was taken sick last Friday
while visiting the daughter.
Married on Christmas Day, at the home of Mr. & Mrs. S. N. (Sylvester
Newton) TRAVIS, was their daughter, Inez, to J.(James) Wood DOWLER.
Married on New Years Eve, at the Christian Parsonage, was Roy L. MYERS
and Miss Bertha M. MARTIN, both of Winterset.
Mrs. Webb HIATT, of this place, died on Saturday morning at the home of
her parents in Truro, where she had gone to spend Christmas. Mrs. HIATT
had been in poor health for some time. She leaves a husband, 2 sons and
Obituary: The funeral of Mrs. Georgia CRAWFORD, widow of the late
Andrew CRAWFORD, took place on Sunday afternoon, the 22nd inst. The
pall bearers were, R. H. COOPER, T. J. HUDSON, John MCANDREW, Oliver
WHITE, Thomas MULLINNEX and Charles DANFORTH. Mrs. CRAWFORD was born
in Dublin, Ireland, of English parents who lived in London, but were
temporary residents of Dublin. Her father was Abraham WALKER and her
mother was Elizabeth ANSEL, who was a daughter of Col. ANSEL, of the
English Army. In 1831, the parents with a family of several sons and
daughters removed to New York City. On August 8, 1848, she was married
to Andrew Crawford, a young merchant of Cincinnati, where they lived a
few years. That is where Andrew Walker CRAWFORD, their first son was
born. John Ansel CRAWFORD, their second son died in infancy. Elizabeth
Isabella CRAWFORD, a daughter, was also born in Cincinnati and died at
Winterset in 1860. George Frederick CRAWFORD was born in Columbus,
Indiana, where they resided for a short time. In 1855 they came to
Winterset, where the youngest child Annette CRAWFORD was born and where
Mr. CRAWFORD died on June 3rd, 1879. For the past two and a half years,
Mrs. CRAWFORD has resided with her daughter, Mrs. F.M. MILLS, at
Lincoln, Illinois, where she passed away. The remains were brought to
Winterset for burial. (burial was at the Winterset Cemetery)
St. Charles: A nice set of twin boys have come to the home of Mr. &
Mrs. G. W. STALTER of Clanton Valley.
East Peru: The death of Mrs. RANKIN in Winterset was a great shock to
her many friends here. Mrs. RANKIN had resided here for nearly 30
Fairview: Lewis NIENDORFF who has been sick for the past two weeks,
died last Friday night. He leaves a wife and 9 children. (burial at
the German Lutheran Cemetery)
Patterson: On New Years Day, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. &
Mrs. B. F. CARTER, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Zilpha, to
Mr. Clyde GILLOGLY.