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Anna Loretta Carroll Ivey 1873-1935

IVEY, CARROLL, CARROL, MINER, FINNEGAN, BEHR

Posted By: Merllene Andre Bendixen (email)
Date: 7/1/2011 at 00:34:04

Mrs. A. Ivey Buried Here Last Monday
Resided Here 35 Years
The community received a shock last Saturday evening when the announcement came of the death of Mrs. A. Ivey. It has been known that she was quite seriously ill but friends had not thought her illness serious.

Mrs. Ivey was taken to the Birney hospital some seven weeks ago for treatment. She had not been in good health for sometime past and went to the hospital for examination and treatment. Her condition became more serious and close friends knew it was serious before the end came.

Resided Here Since 1900
Dr. and Mrs. Ivey have resided in this city since 1900 and Dr. Ivey has been one of Estherville’s leading dentists. After the young couple came to this city they made friends rapidly and at all times enjoyed the friendship of all who knew them. Mrs. Ivey was beloved by all and we can safely say her friends were numbered by her acquaintances. Kind and considerate to the last degree to her friends and neighbors, who all held her in the highest esteem.

Born in Applinton
Mrs. Ivey was born in Aplington, March 27, 1875. She was united in marriage to Dr. Ivey in 1900 and shortly afterward they moved to Estherville to make their home. To this union one daughter was born, Mildred, now Mrs. J. B. Miner, Jr., of Charles City.

Funeral services were from St. Patrick’s church of which she was a devout member, on Monday morning at nine thirty. High mass was read by the Rev. McGoey assisted by Rev. Eischid of Armstrong and Rev. Grady of Bancroft. The Rev. C. P. Conway, now of Storm Lake, in a short service eulogized Mrs. Ivey, who was at one time one of his member in a manner befitting the life of this worthy woman.

The remains were laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery south of the city.

Mrs. Ivey is survived by her husband and daughter, Mrs. Miner of Charles City.

The following from out of the city were here in attendance at the funeral services:

Earl Ivey of Chicago; Ned Ivey of Madison, Wis.; Dr. Roy Ivey and son, Lucian of Ft. Atkinson; George Sykes of Lancaster, Wis.; Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Miner, Sr. and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Miner Jr. of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berh of Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Berh of Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorsey of Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins Jr. of Mason City; Mrs. Harold Colloton and Mrs. Henry Coldweld, both of Mason City; and three of Mrs. Ivey’s brothers, John, James and Matt Carroll. (Estherville Enterprise, Estherville, IA, December 18, 1935)

Mrs. Ivey Dies; Well Known
Came Here As Bride Thirty-Five Years Ago; Survived By Husband and One Daughter, Mrs. J. Miner
Mrs. A. Ivey, 60, who has been a resident of Estherville for thirty-five years, died Saturday [December 14, 1935] evening at the Birney hospital after several weeks illness. Mrs. Ivey was the wife of Dr. Ivey and was well known in this community, taking a prominent part in church and P.O.E. Sisterhood activities.

Funeral services were held Monday morning at the St. Patrick church and burial was in the Catholic cemetery. Requiem high mass was read by the Rev. David McGoey, assisted by deacon, the Rev. B. Eichid of Armstrong and the Rev. Sylvester Grady of Bancroft. The Very Rev. C. P. Conway of Storm Lake read the funeral sermon. Pallbearers were Tom Thompson, R. L. Mallory, F. J. Kennedy, James Rainey, G. K. Allen and Henry Brees.

Anna Loretta Carrol was born in Butler county March 28, 1875 [per cemetery records 1873], the daughter of Martin and Beatrice Carrol. In 1900 she was united in marriage to Dr. Ivey and as a bride came to Estherville to make her home. To this union one daughter was born, Mrs. J. B. Miner, Jr., of Charles City.

Mrs. Ivey is survived by her husband and daughter, four brothers, John Carrol of Swaledale, James Carrol of Rockwell, Matt Carrol of Mason City, and Mack Carrol of Chicago and two sisters, Mrs. May Finnegan of Mason City and Mrs. Charles Behr of Rockwell City. (Vindicator and Republican, Estherville, IA, December 17, 1935)


 

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