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Hanson, Hazel (Lippe) 1898-1932 & newborn daughter


Posted By: S. Ferrall IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 6/11/2014 at 13:25:28

Waukon, Ia., Jan 4 - Funeral services will be held at the West Point (sic) Creek church Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 for Mrs. Clarence Hanson, a resident of Center township, who died at the family home Friday night following the birth of a baby daughter. The child died shortly after birth.

Services will be conducted by the Rev. A.P. Leas and burial will be made in the West Point (sic) Creek cemetery.

Mrs. Hanson, whose maiden name was Hazel Lippe, was born in this vicinity April 23, 1898, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lippe, and resided here all her life. About five years ago she was married to Clarence Hanson and since that time they have resided on a farm east of Waukon.

Besides her husband she is survived by two small daughters; a brother, Clarence Anderson; two sisters, Regina and Nora Anderson; and her step-father, Rhinehart Anderson, all of this city.

~Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal, Dubuque, Iowa, Monday evening edition, January 4, 1932

~West Paint Creek church & cemetery

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Waukon, Ia., Jan 6 - Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the West Paint Creek church for Mrs. Clarence Hanson, who died at the family home New Year's evening. The Rev. A.P. Lea conducted the funeral services and burial was made in the West Paint Creek cemetery.

Mrs. Hanson is survived by her husband and two small daughters, Mildred, Helen, and Wilma Lorraine. She leaves one half brother, Clarence Anderson and two half sisters, Regina and Nora Anderson, all of this city.

~Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal, Dubuque, Iowa, Wednesday evening edition, January 6, 1932 (typed exactly as written)


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