Addie L. Stacy 1870-1928
Posted By: Karon Velau (email)
Date: 4/13/2019 at 00:57:22
Addie Lucia Stacy
(September 25, 1870 – December 10, 1928)
Former Calhoun County Woman Dies in South Dakota
Telegrams received here the first of the week told of the death of Mrs. William Stacy at her home in Webster, South Dakota. Mr. Stacy and the children reached Manson last evening with Mrs. Stacy’s body, and services were held this afternoon at the Methodist Church here. The Rev. H. O. Ward conducted the services and also the services at the Knierim Cemetery, where burial was made.
Addie Lucia Mather was born September 25, 1870, in Clinton County. As a child she moved to Calhoun County with her parents, the family locating near where the town of Somers now is. On December 12, 1891, she was married to William Stacy. To this union were born six children, one of whom, a daughter, Belle, died in 1909 at the age of 12 years. In 1919 the Stacy family moved to Minnesota, and last August Mr. and Mrs. Stacy moved to Webster, South Dakota. Mrs. Stacy was ill only a week, the immediate cause of her death being high blood pressure. Before that time she never complained of any pain, her first thought being to look after the other members of the family. She leaves to mourn her death widower and five children: Nellie Gibhard of Faulkton, S.D., and Jesse, Adeline Carruth, Willie and Glenn of Webster, South Dakota, seven grandchildren, one brother, Harry Mather of Rockwell City and one sister, Mrs. Nellie Rice of Henry, South Dakota.
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