STULL, Eleanor R. 1849-1930
STULL, HUMPHREY, CLARK
Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 4/23/2015 at 22:28:56
Mrs. Stull Dies Suddenly
Mrs. Eleanor R. Stull, 80, widow of the late Jacob Stull, and for many years residents of south Grundy county, passed away very suddenly and unexpectedly shortly after midnight this morning following a heart attack at her home in Beaman.
Mrs. Stull was around her house on Wednesday and was up town during the day, feeling as well as usual. Shortly before midnight she called Miss Hoover, a teacher in the schools there, who roomed at the Stull home, and also a granddaughter, who was staying there, and they called a doctor, but she was beyond all human aid.
Mrs. Stull passed her 80th milestone children, as follows: Guy, living 6 miles southeast of Beaman; Clarence, residing on the home place 4 miles north of Beaman; George, in California; Wendell, Dell Rapids, So. Dak., Mrs. Fred Herron, Green Mountain.
Funeral arrangements are awaiting word from the son in California.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 20 February 1930, pg 6
Mrs. Jacob Stull
Eleanor Rebecca Stull was born at Juda, Wis., on October 21st, 1849, the daughter of Guy P. and Martha Clark Humphrey, and died at her home in Beaman, Iowa, February 20, 1930. Her girlhood was spent in the home of her birth. On November 1st, 1868, she was united in marriage to Jacob Stull of the same community.
After a residence of five years, the young people moved to Jasper county, Iowa, and after another five years they moved to Clark county. Two years later they came to their farm in Grundy county, where they made their home until moving to Beaman in 1909, where she since resided. Mr. Stull died in 1925.
Mrs. Stull was the mother of six children, five of whom are still living: Guy H. and Mrs. Mary Herron of Green Mountain; Clarence, west of Beaman; J. Wendell of Dell Rapids, S.D.; and George M., of Long Beach, Cal., Chas. H. having died in September, 1926. Mrs. Stull was the last member of her father's family. Besides her sons and daughter, she is survived by fourteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Stull was a member of the Baptist church, but has worked within the M.E. church since coming to Beaman. She was active in the affairs of the community, and by her genial disposition made many friends during her long residence here. She thoroughly enjoyed her work. Through the long years of life she was blessed with usually good health, but during her last few months her strength seemed to fall and at the midnight hour she quietly passed to her reward.
Funeral services were held from the home at 2 p.m. Sunday in charge of Rev. H. H. Schmidt of the M.E. church of Beaman. Burial was made in the Oakland cemetery at Beaman. The pallbearers were Chas. Vint, E. McMartin, E. G. Elliott, T. L. Evans, Geo. A. Hitchcock and M. A. Artz.
Relatives from a distance were: George Stull, Long Beach, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Stull and daughter, Ada, Dell Rapids, S.D.; Mrs. Frank Parker and J. Roderick, niece and nephew of Broadhead, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lyman, of Juda, Wis., and L. A. Hamilton of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stoltz, Mrs. Lee Hutchinson, Mason City; Chas. Wassom, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. John Stull and daughter Reba, of Osceola.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 27 February 1930, pg 3
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