Ingels, Carrie Louise (Olmsted) 1891-1991
OLMSTED, SMITH, INGELS, RUCKHABER, TAYLOR, GOUDY, BURROUGHS, RINKER, SHADLE
Posted By: Connie Ellis (email)
Date: 7/12/2011 at 15:29:00
SOURCE: Postville, POSTVILLE HERALD-LEADER, October 16, 1991
Contributor: Connie Ellis (Not related)
A private family committal service was held Monday, October 14, 1991 at the Monona City Cemetery, Monona, Iowa for Carrie Louise Ingels, age 99. Rev. Gary Dobbins officiated. Schultz Funeral Home in Monona was in charge of the arrangements.
Carrie Louise was born November 25, 1891 near Monona, Iowa to Alvin and Nellie (Smith) Olmsted. She received her education in Monona and attended teachers college in Waukon, Iowa. On February 22, 1911 Carrie was united in marriage to Clarence Ingels. To this union three daughters were born. The couple resided in Iowa all their lives.
Carrie died Sunday October 13, 1991 at the Good Samaritan Center in Postville, Iowa where she resided the last five years. Preceding her in death was her husband, Clarence, who died March 6, 1953, 5 siblings who died in infancy, a brother Alvin Olmsted, Jr., and 2 sisters, Harriet Shadle, and Mary Burroughs Rinker.
She is survived by her 3 daughters, Vivian Ruckhaber of Luana, Iowa, Lillian Taylor of Harpers Ferry, Iowa and Doris Goudy of Maynard, Iowa; 7 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, and 14 great-great grandchildren.
Note: Prior to posting this obituary, I referred to the previous postings. In this obituary, and the posting for her mother, her husband is listed as "Clarence". However, in HIS obituary, his name is listed as "Charles W. Ingels". Also, in this obituary one of her daughters is listed as Lillian Taylor but in her father's obituary, it is listed as Claire Taylor. Since I am not a relative, I can not explain these differences.
Added 07/23/12 by Connie Ellis, from information received from Steve Taylor, grandson of Carrie Louise (Olmsted) Ingels ....
The husband of Carrie Louise (Olmsted) Ingels was Clarence Ingels as stated in the obituary for Carrie.
Their daughter Lillian Ingels was married to Claire "Skip" Taylor. The Taylors owned and operated Taylor's Cabins and lots at Harpers Ferry, Iowa along the Mississippi River which is still owned by the Taylor family.
Clayton Obituaries maintained by Sharyl Ferrall.
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