Farrell, Bridget (Duggan) 1844-1901
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 9/22/2019 at 22:55:34
Elkader Register, Thur., 17 Jan. 1901.
At the family home in this township, after a brief illness, on Monday Jan. 14th, occurred the death of Mrs. John Farrell. Deceased was born in Ireland and came to this country at an early date and was one of the pioneer settlers of Read and Boardman townships. Her aged husband and a family of children survive the loss of wife and mother. The funeral services were held Wednesday at St. Joseph's church, and her remains taken to the Catholic cemetery at Garnavillo for burial. She has fought the good fight. May she rest in peace. Our sympathy is for the bereaved family.
Elkader Argus, Thur., 17 Jan. 1901.
Mrs. John Farrell died at her home in Boardman township on Monday after a brief illness. Mrs. Farrell was a native of Ireland, coming to America at an early day, she has long been a resident of Clayton county. In her death a good woman and mother has been removed to the better land. Her husband and a family of grown children survive to mourn her loss and cherish her memory.
Funeral services were held yesterday at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Rev. J. F. Reilly officiating, after which the remains were taken to Garnavillo for interment.
Note: she is named & her DOD of 1/14/1901 given in the 1927 obituary of her husband John
Added by S. Ferrall 9/5/2018:
Census records name her as Bridget & the 1900 U.S. census, Boardman twp. gives birth as Dec. 1844. The "delayed birth certificate" of her daughter Estelle & the Iowa Death Certificate of her son Thomas, both give her maiden name as Duggan. These records and other supporting documents can be viewed on ancestry.com and possibly at familysearch.org
Bridget may not have a gravestone - one for either her or her husband have not been located to date.
Clayton Obituaries maintained by Sharyl Ferrall.
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