Ingersoll, Mrs. Abigail (Died 1902)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 8/30/2005 at 20:05:49
Source: The LeMars Sentinel, Feb. 17, 1902
Mrs. Abigail Ingersoll died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A.J. Clifton in Council Bluffs, on Saturday morning from an attack of erysipelas. Mrs. Ingersol was 91 years of age. She was one of the early residents of Plymouth county although for many years she has lived with daughters in Sioux City. Mrs. Ingersoll was gifted with remarkable vivacity and vitality and was more active than many persons two score of years younger than she. Her life was a long and busy one and up to the time of her death her faculties were as bright as ever and she took an interest in all good things. She was famous for her deft work in embroidery and lace.
Her remains were brought to LeMars for burial and the funeral held this afternoon at half past one at the Free Will Baptist church, Rev. W. H. Kech, officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Healy, Fed C. Smith, Frank Smith, Miss Lottie Duncan, Mrs. C.K. Smith of Sioux City and Mrs. Clifton of Council Bluffs accompanied the remains here.
[Per this article, her date of death was Saturday, Feb. 15, 1902.]
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