Page County, Iowa obituaries - I - names
 
Isaacson, Darrel D. (D. D.), age 72, of Essex, Iowa, passed away Sunday, February 27, 2005, at the Good Samaritan Care Center, Villisca, Iowa. Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 4, 2005, at the United Methodist Church, Shenandoah, Iowa with Rev. James Gubser officiating. Visitation with the family will be 7-9 p.m., Thursday, March 3, 2005, at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa. Burial will be in the Summit Cemetery, rural Yorktown, Iowa. Memorials may be directed to Alzheimer's Association or to the Education Directors Fund of the Methodist Church, Shenandoah, Iowa. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa is in charge of arrangements.
Darrel D. (D. D.) Isaacson was born August 18, 1932, in Yorktown, Iowa, to Julius and Clevia (Hartman) Isaacson. He grew up in Yorktown and attended Clarinda High School. He helped his father and grandfather in the blacksmith shop in Yorktown. Darrel served in the United States Army during the Korean War. While stationed at Fort Tilden in Long Island, New York he met and married Ethel Rasmus on December 3, 1954, celebrating 50 years together this past December. Following his time in the army they returned to the Yorktown and Essex area where he began farming. He loved being outside enjoying nature and animals.
Darrel was active in the Yorktown and Shenandoah Methodist Churches, teaching high school Sunday School for 12 years. He volunteered many hours working to establish the Page I Rural Water District. He was a member of the board of directors, serving as chairman for 18 years. D. D. was also in Farm Bureau and an active 4-H parent. He attended GI Farm School and was a member of the American Legion and Soil Conservation District.
Darrel devoted much of his free time to attending his children's activities and supporting them in all that they were involved in. Darrel was always willing to lend a hand to anyone or to any worthwhile cause. Darrel loved to laugh and spend time with family. He also loved to watch his Iowa Hawkeyes in any sport, but most important in his life was his faith in God.
Preceding Darrel in death were his father, and brother, Gary Isaacson. Survivors include his mother, Clevia Isaacson of Clarinda, Iowa; wife, Ethel of rural Essex, Iowa; son, Curtis Isaacson and wife Wanda of Clarinda, Iowa; daughter, Deanne Isaacson of Lincoln, Nebraska; daughter, Jolinda Gowing and husband Kevin of Clarinda, Iowa; son, Kris Isaacson and wife Julie of Plainfield, Illinois; son, Eric Isaacson and wife Lana of Crestwood, Kentucky; grandchildren: Dan Isaacson of Istanbul, Turkey, Angie Dow and husband Trent of Clarinda, Iowa, Doug Downing and wife Kimberly of Wichita Falls, Texas, Jordan and Emily Gowing of Clarinda, Iowa, Anna and Zackary Isaacson of Plainfield, Illinois, and Bria, Kyra, and Joel Isaacson of Crestwood, Kentucky; great grandchildren, Sant, Gabriel, and Cheyanne; sisters, Sandra Emley and husband Don of Manhattan, Kansas, Julane Borth and husband Bill of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Susan Jungman of Council Bluffs, Iowa and sister-in-law, Hazel Isaacson of Galesburg, Illinois.

 

Iske, Marie Lucille Johnston, was born December 9, 1922 in Hannibal, Wisconsin to John Linzy and Amy Catherine Freshour Johnston. She was the last of 10 children, Pearl, Ralph, Opal, Roy, Roland, Edith, Mildred, Garnet and Nell. Marie grew up and attended Hannibal School where she graduated as the Valedictorian of her small class. Following graduation she went to Milwaukee where she worked for a time as a waitress.

Marie returned to Hannibal and began writing to a service man, Richard Iske, upon his discharge from the Air Force they were married in Hannibal and began farming there on a small farm close to Marie's Mother and her old home place.
To this union 3 children were born the first child a daughter was a blue baby and died shortly after birth. She is buried in the Hannibal Cemetery. After their daughter died Marie and Richard moved to a farm 9 miles northeast of Clarinda, Iowa, where they began farming and their twin sons, Richard and Robert, were born.

Marie never worked out of the home after her marriage; it was quite enough to take care of two sons as well as raising chickens for eggs that she sold. She also did a lot of gardening and enjoyed her large strawberry patch that she sold to friends and neighbors.

Following the graduation of her sons Marie and Richard and their son Robert moved to an acreage near Hannibal, Wisconsin and lived there for 3 years. After 3 years Marie and Richard moved back to southwest Iowa this time to Braddyville. She lived there, with Marie again gardening and taking care of meals for Richard and their son Robert.

On March 29, 1979 Marie was working around the house late in the afternoon while the sky outside looked threatening, suddenly a neighbor ran over and pounded on the front door and yelled that there was a tornado coming. Marie took her dogs and headed for the basement and covered her head with a trashcan lid while overhead the nicest home she ever had was being destroyed by a tornado.

When the storm was over Marie had to wait for rescue crews to help her from the basement as the storm had moved the house 2 feet east and 1 foot north of its original position. After all that could be salvaged was taken to her sons home in Clarinda she began looking for another home and found one at 221 N.19th in Clarinda. Then came the task of cleaning up what was left and replacing what was lost.
Marie enjoyed her many flowers and shrubs around her home as well as her many house plants and dogs. Marie spent 16 months prior to the death of Richard helping him with his medications and trying to make his illness as bearable as possible. Her husband Richard passed away on Father's day in 1988. Marie resided at her home in Clarinda until she could no longer take care of herself.

Marie was a resident of Garden View Care Center in Shenandoah, where she passed away on November 14, 2005, residing there since December of 1999.

Marie was preceded in death by her parents, brothers and sisters, daughter and husband Richard.

She is survived by, her sons Richard Iske and wife Vunita of Clarinda, Iowa, Robert Iske and wife Sally of Shenandoah, Iowa; grand children, Marty Iske of Seoul, Korea, Shawn Iske of Council Bluffs, Iowa, Chad Iske of Shenandoah, Iowa, Heidi Iske of Omaha, Nebraska, and Rob Iske of Orlando, Florida and Tina Wigington of Council Bluffs, Iowa; great Grandchildren, Elias and Alexandria Iske of Boise, Idaho and Jackson Wigington of Council Bluffs, Iowa; a sister-in-law Margaret Frankl of Council Bluffs, Iowa and a host of loving nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 2:00 P.M., Friday, November 18, 2005, at Walker-Merrick Funeral Home, Clarinda, Iowa with Rev. David Miller officiating. Visitation with the family will be 7-8 P.M., Thursday, November 17, 2005 at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Clarinda Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Gardenview Care Center, Shenandoah, Iowa. Walker-Merrick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
 
Obituary - Jacob Irvin - [Clarinda Herald, Clarinda, Iowa, Sep 7, 1916]

[Special Correspondence of The Journal] Jacob Irvin was born in County Derry, Ireland, March 4, 1848, and died at his home in Coin, Ia., Monday, Sept 4, 1916, aged 68 years and 6 months.

When a young man he came with his mother, brothers and sisters, and located near Philadelphia, Pa. On Aug 23, 1877, he was married to Miss Mary Ramsey and in the spring of 1880 moved with his family to Iowa. He resided on his farm southeast of Coin, Ia., until five years ago, when he moved to Coin. Nine children were born to this union, the youngest child dying in infancy. A devoted wife, four sons and four daughters--Edward Irvin of Crestone, Colo., Tom, Robert and Will Irvin of Coin, Ia; Mrs Lillian Smith, wife of J.W. Smith of Hepburn, Ia, Mrs Adessa Scott, wife of Raymond Scott, of Northboro, Ia, and Mrs Mamie Dowell, wife of Carl Dowell, and Miss Gladys Irvin of Coin, Ia, are left to mourn the loss of a kind, devoted husband and father. Besides his own immediate family he leaves two brothers and an aged sister, also thirteen grandchildren. When a young man he united with the Presbyterian church and continued with the same until he moved to Iowa, when he became a member of the United Presbyterian church at Coin, and remained a member of this church until the time of his death. He was always a kind and thoughful father, taking the greatest of pleasure in his home and family, and although his health has been failing for so long he was always patient and enduring thinking a great deal more of the comfort of those who cared for him, than of his own feelings. Funeral services were held from the home, Wednesday, Sept 6, 1916, at 10 am., conducted by Rev Frank Caughey of the United Presbyterian church. Interment was at the Maple Hill cemetery at College Springs.

"God sent his angels from above,

To take him from our home.

And though our hearts are sad, we say,

'Tis best, Thy will be Done."

 
Obituary - Jacob Irvin - Clarinda Herald, Clarinda, Iowa, Sep 7, 1916

Jacob Irvin was born in Pennsylvania in 1848, and died at his home in Coin, Ia, Sept 4th, 1916, at the age of 68 years and 6 months.

He came to Iowa in 1880 and settled on a farm southeast of Coin, where he lived until five years ago, moving into Coin, where he made his home till his death.

He is survived by his widow, and eight children, 4 sons and 4 daughters: Ed. of Restone, Colo; Tom, Robert and William, of Coin; Mrs Mamie Dowell and Gladyce Irvin of Coin; Mrs Odessa Scott, of Northboro, and Mrs Worley Smith, of Hepburn; also two brothers and one sister.

The funeral of the late Jacob Irvin was held at the home in Coin, Ia, Wednesday morning at 10 am, Rev Coughy of that city conducted the services. The remains were taken to College Springs for burial.

 

Inman, Albert Jacob - Albert J. Inman, age 89 of Clinton, Missouri, passed away Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at Clinton Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, Clinton. Graveside services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009 at Oak Hill Cemetery, east of Clearmont, Mo. The family received friends Friday evening at the Vansant-Mills Chapel, Clinton, Mo. Fond memories may be left online at www.vansant-millsfuneralhome.com.

Albert was born on a farm east of Thurman, Iowa, the son of Harry and Lillie Inman. He attended Collage Hill School for two years until his family moved to town where he attended Thurman School. After moving to Clearmont, Mo., he graduated from Clearmont High School in 1937. On February 4, 1953, he married Arlene Clare Hopper and to this union a son, Harry Ford Inman, was born.

In 1961 he graduated from Nursing School in Clarinda, Iowa. In 1965 he moved to Wausa, Nebraska, to be the administrator of the nursing home where his wife was head nurse. In 1969 they moved to Nebraska City, Neb., where they ran a 99-bed nursing home. A year later he was transferred to the head office where he traveled over the state of Nebraska and coordinated thirteen nursing homes.

In 1974 they built their own nursing home in Nebraska City and they sold it in 1978 and moved to Clinton, Mo., where they purchased the Vagabond Motel and operated it for fifteen years. After retirement they moved to their acreage east of Clinton where he raised registered quarter horses and mules.

He attended Sunday school and church and accepted Christ as his savior and was baptized in the Christian Church of Clearmont. Later he was superintendent and taught all different Sunday school classes and was a lay leader at the Clearmont and Wausa Methodist Churches.

He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, and his wife, Arlene, on February 2, 2000.

He is survived by his sons, Harry Inman and wife, Joane of Boulder Creek, Calif., and Gary Hopper and wife, Patricia of Clarinda, Iowa; and three grandsons, Brian Hopper, Timothy Hopper and Josh Inman McCarty.

 

Irvin, Ronald D. - Ronald D. Irvin, 66, of Marion, died of cancer, Sunday, July 20, 2008, at his home, surrounded by his family. A celebration of Life Service was held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, corner of 3rd Ave. and 14th St. SE in Cedar Rapids, conducted by Rev. Harlan Gillespie. Visitation was held from 4–6 p.m. Tuesday at Murdoch Funeral Home & Cremation Center in Marion. Private family inurnment in the columbarium at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Diana of Marion; three daughters, Renae Irvin of Ankeny, Lisa Bullerman and husband Brian of Dayton, Ohio, and Debra Pantini and husband Wayne of Creston; his mother Helen Irvin of Clarinda; his brother, Steve Irvin and wife Deb of Treynor; and four grandchildren, Sydney and Emma Pantini and Conor and Isabelle Bullerman.
He was preceded in death by his father, Don.
Ron was born March 8, 1942, the son of Donald and Helen (Young) Irvin in Shenandoah. On June 2, 1964, he married Diana Whigham in College Springs, Iowa. He graduated from Iowa State University in 1965 where he received a B.S. in Animal Science. In 1969 he earned a Master’s of Ruminant Nutrition from Iowa State University and worked at the Extension Field Office where he was a Livestock Specialist, retiring after thirty-nine years of service. Ron received numerous awards for his contributions to the extension service.
He began his career in 1964 as a county extension assistant in Buena Vista County. He worked with livestock producers in eastern Iowa since 1969. He worked in the Davenport area until 1986 and then in the Cedar Rapids office.
Ron was a member of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Iowa State University Alumni Association, and Iowa Cattleman’s Association.
Memorials may be directed to St. Paul’s United Methodist Church on the Iowa 4-6 foundation www.iowa4hfoundation.org in Ron’s memory.
Please sign the online guest book for Ron at www.murdochfuneralhome.com under obituaries.

Irvin, James Edward - James Edward Irvin was born June 22, 1955 to Elmer Oren and Edith Minerva (Kessel) Irvin in Mt. Ayr, Iowa. He passed away July 16, 2007 at his residence in Shenandoah, Iowa at the age of 52.

The first 5 1/2 years of James’s life were spent in Athelstan, Iowa. He moved to Shenandoah in 1960 and later to Imogene in 1966. James attended school in Shenandoah and later in Farragut, Iowa where he received his GED.

James was a truck driver for 22 years and was currently employed at Eaton Corporation. He enjoyed working on his ‘69 Chevelle SS 396, hunting, fishing, golfing, boating, camping, surfin E-Bay, going to the casino and playing pool.

James is preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Edith Irvin and nephews, Donnie Ray and Lonnie Jay Stogdill. He is survived by his son, Micky Joe Jones of Corning, IA; son, Bill Jenkins of Shenandoah, IA; daughter, Darlene Culley of Shenandoah, IA; son, James Irvin of Shenandoah, IA; daughter, Mindy Irvin of Shenandoah, IA; 7 grandchildren; sister, Sondra Irvin Stogdill of Red Oak, IA; brother, Oren Irvin and wife Sue of Oakland, IA; sister, Sheila Miller and husband John of Logan, Iowa; other relatives and many friends.

Celebration of Life services were held Thursday, July 19, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. at the Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home in Shenadoah, Iowa. Words of comfort were given by Billy Shane and Pastor Deb Rivers. Caring for flowers were Ashley Dumler and Jennifer Stogdill. Angelia Stogdill and Corrinne Stogdill attended the memory register. Musical selections were "I Will Praise You In The Storm", "Take It Easy", American Pie" and "Mountain of God". Honorary casket bearers were Steve Braun, Dale Stogdill, Richard Jandreau, Beaner Stogdill, Tony Stogdill and Larry Dumler. Casket bearers were A.J. Dumler, Dustin Dumler, Derek Dumler, Lynn Blower, Ty Ratliff and C.E. Hornbuckle. Interment was in Athelstan Cemetery in Athelstan, Iowa. Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.hackettlivingston.com. Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Irvin, Helen - Funeral services for Helen Irvin, age 88 of Bedford, who died Sunday, June 22, 2008 at the Bedford Nursing and Rehab Center were held Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 1:00 p.m. at the Ritchie Funeral Home in Bedford. Interment was held in the Elmwood Cemetery in Coin with military rites by John F. Harding American Legion Post No. 164. Memorials can be given in Helen’s name. Memories can be shared with the family on our website at www.ritchiefuneralhome.com under Obituaries. Arrangements were entrusted to the Ritchie Funeral Home of Bedford.
Helen Irvin, daughter of Robert A. and Edna Vawter Irvin, was born October 31, 1919, in Elmo, Missouri. She passed from this life on June 22, 2008, at the Bedford Nursing and Rehab Center in Bedford, Iowa, at 88 years of age.
Helen moved with her family to a farm between Blanchard and Coin, in Page County Iowa, in 1920. Helen attended Coin Consolidated School in Coin, Iowa, graduating in 1937.
Helen worked as a waitress in Shenandoah, Iowa, and also in a variety store. In 1943 she joined the U.S. Navy. Upon completion of boot training in New York she completed her tour of duty as a navy mail clerk in San Francisco, California.
Returning to Bedford, Iowa, in 1946 she spent a short time on the family farm before becoming secretary and bookkeeper for the Thompson Wholesale Company in Clarinda, Iowa. She became the company manager upon the death of her employer and then moved from Clarinda to St. Joseph, Missouri, when ownership of the company was purchased by St. Joseph Tobacco and Candy. She remained with the company until her retirement in 1985. Helen then purchased her home in Bedford to live close to family.
Helen loved sports of all kinds, was a member of the Coin High School Girls’ basketball team. In the Navy she was on the USA Wave softball team in San Francisco. She enjoyed bowling and was on two teams while living in Clarinda and bowled on a team while living in St. Joseph. When she moved to Bedford following retirement, she rejoined her Clarinda teammates and bowled until her health failed.
Helen was fond of horses from childhood and later purchased a show horse she rode in many parades.
Helen was a member of the Bedford Untied Methodist Church and the Bedford American Legion.
Helen was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Lois Williams and Annalea Gilbert, and brothers Leonard and Jim Irvin. Helen leaves t mourn her passing, sisters Dorothy Myers of Canton, South Dakota, Velma (Harold) Shepherd of Gowrie, Iowa, and Jacqueline (James) Jacobs of Hawarden, Iowa, brother-in-law Harold Gilbert of Bedford and sister-in-law June Irvin of Bedford, and many nieces and nephews and a host of relatives and friends.
The memories that were made by Helen throughout the years will remain in our hearts forever

 

Ingersoll, Roma Jean Guss Moates - Roma Jean (Guss) Moates Ingersoll, daughter of Glenn and Eula Guss, was born October 9, 1933. She was the third child and first daughter of the nine children in the family. Roma spent her younger years in the rolling hills of Hacklebarney north of Villisca, IA. She explored the streams and hills with her brothers and sisters, having fun as only children could during the Depression years. She attended country school there until the family moved to a farm near Nodaway, IA. Roma graduated from Nodaway High School in 1952. Shortly after graduation she ventured to Kansas City, MO, seeking employment. She lived with her aunt Irene Guss enjoying a new way of life. But the Villisca area called her back and she returned, working at the Nodaway National Bank in Villisca. She enjoyed working with the bank’s customers for 25 years.
Roma married Bill Moates of Villisca, IA, on Christmas Day, 1952. To this union were born two daughters: Jolene (Jody) and Vickie. Bill passed away in 1970, leaving a big hole in her heart. In 1971 Roma met Tom Ingersoll and he filled the void in her life. They married on March 11, 1972, and lived on his farm north of Villisca. She was back on the farm and loved it. Tom enjoyed taking Roma on vacation twice a year to visit the many places neither had been able to see in earlier years. One year they decided to just travel Highway 34 and see where it took them.
Roma loved walking in the woods of Hacklebarney Park with her daughters and granddaughters, telling them of the years she grew up in the region. They had many adventures visiting the old country school house, the old homestead and just wandering (and once getting lost) in the woods. Roma also loved history and antiques. She was an avid researcher of her family tree and could tell you stories of many ancestors. She enjoyed antique shopping, going to Flea Markets and just looking at as well as wondering about the history of each piece. Flower and vegetable gardening was also a joy in her life. She grew some of the best Musk Melon in Hacklebarney. After retiring from the farm, Roma enjoyed cross stitching and going on an occasional trip to the Casinos. Roma passed away Monday, May 26, 2008 after a lengthy battle with cancer.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Glenn and Eula Guss, her first husband Bill Moates, second husband Tom Ingersoll, sister June Balog, sister-in-law Janet Guss, brother-in-law Jird Fidler, and brother-in-law Lavern Echternach.
Left to cherish her memory are her two daughters: Jody Cooper and husband Dwaine of Villisca, IA, Vickie Sprague and husband Rick of Bedford, IA; step-sons: Bill Ingersoll and wife Brenda of Villisca,IA, Tom Ingersoll and wife Angie of Squaw Valley, CA; step-daughter Wendy England and husband Dave of Des Moines, IA; three granddaughters: Jodi (Sprague) McGargill and husband Kenny of Imogene, IA, Jennifer (Sprague) Belt and husband Wade of Council Bluffs, IA, Shannon (Moates) Spooner and husband Jason of Council Bluffs, IA; five great-grandchildren: Luk Miller, Elizabeth RomaMae Livengood, Emma Belt, Jaysen and Reece Spooner; step-grandchildren: Ben and Beth Ingersoll, Heather, Justin, Jessica and Crystal England; brothers: Ron and wife Joann Guss of New Market, VA, Merwin and wife Wanda Guss of Winterhaven, FL, Wayne and wife Wendy Guss of Sandy, UT; sisters: Shirley Fidler of Villisca, IA, Janet Echternach of Council Bluffs, IA, Sandy and husband Gail Kinser of Villisca, IA, Joan and husband Larry Perdew, Griswold, IA; and many nieces and nephews.
Her calm voice, cheery laugh and sound advice will be dearly missed by her family. In Roma’s opinion, loving and supporting your family is the purpose and joy of life.
Funeral services for Roma Jean (Guss) Moates Ingersoll were held Thursday, May 29th at Wolfe’s Funeral Home in Villisca, IA, with Pastor Kevin Skipworth officiating. Burial was in the Arlington Cemetery.

 

Ingram, Mary J. Robbins - Mary J. Robbins was born in Page county, Iowa, November 4th, 1847, and died at her home four and one-half miles east of Clarinda, April 24th, 1912, aged 64 years, 5 months and 20 days. In 1866 she removed with her parents to Wilson county, Kansas, where in 1868 she was united in marriage with L. S. Ingram and returned to this county to make her home.
To this union were born eleven children, five boys , six girls, nine of whom survive, two having died in infancy. The surviving children are W. S. Ingram, Winifred Long, Olive Spielman, Talt, Maud, Myrtle, Clyde, Clythe and Hugh, all of whom were present at the funeral service except one daughter. Mrs. Ingram has one living brother, Joseph Robbins, of Katoosa, Oklahoma, and one cousin, Eliza Kelly, of Villisca, Iowa, the balance of her relatives living in Wyoming and Oklahoma.
The deceased was converted when a young girl and joined the Methodist Episcopal church and lived a faithful Christian life. She was a true and loving wife, a devoted mother, a kind and helpful neighbor, who was always willing and ready to lend a helping hand to the needy.
Dearest mother, thou has left us, And our loss we deeply feel, But 'tis God who has bereft us, He can all our sorrows heal.
The funeral service was held on Friday afternoon, April 26th, and was in charge of Rev. Wm. Stevenson, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of Clarinda, the music being furnished by a quartet from New Market; the interment was in Oak Grove cemetery. CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, May 2, 1912

 

Ingram, Jesse "Auborn" -

. Jesse Auborn Ingram died at his home six miles east of Braddyville, Dec. 2 at 2:15 P. M. 1921. He was born April 23, 1871 in Nodaway County Missouri, having lived all his life on the farm he now ownes this being a part of his fathers homestead, except the two years he lived in College Springs. He was married to Stella May Fine, July 4, 1892. To this union was born five children, Clyde, Ethel, Agnes, Darrell and Ruth. His first wife died Sept. 17th, 1912. Then he was married to Mrs. Sadie Durr of St. Joseph. Mo. June 4, 1915 and to this family was born twins, Maxine and Maydean, age 3 years.
Auborn was a real generous, large hearted man, and was loved by all who knew him. To know him was to love him. He was a successful farmer, energetic and never shirking from any task set before him. Besides his children and wife he leaves an aged mother, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Lytle, of Hopkins. Mo., eight brothers and six sisters are living, Mrs. Albert Shields of Clarinda being one of the sisters. Auborn is the first to he called of this large family, except the father who died in 1899.
Funeral services were conducted Monday in Shearer Church, by Rev. H. M. Williamson, the Free Methodist pastor assisted by Rev. Taylor of College Springs. Burial was in Shearer Cemetery. CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, Dec 8, 1921

 

Ingram, Sarah Hampton - The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Ingram was held on last Thursday at the Oak Grove school house. The services were conducted by the Rev. Fletcher Homan. The following obituary was read: Miss Sarah Hampton was born in Clayton Co., Tenn., Feb. 4,1820. She was married to Silas Ingram, Oct. 5, 1843; to this union were born nine children, Mary, Hester, Jacob, Laban, Mrs. Mahala Delap, Frank, Mrs. Eva Nace, William and Mrs. Sarah McCune; the latter now live at Greeley, Colo. The first three named died several years past. Mrs. Ingram's husband passed away about 5 years since. She united with the M. E. church in 1836 and lived a faithful christian unto the end. Her request was that her funeral sermon be preached from the 14th of John's Gospel by a Methodist preacher and that all her children be present, and the request was fully complied with. CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, Jan 3, 1905

Mrs. Sarah Ingram, wife of the late Silas Ingram, died Dec. 27, 1904, and was buried in the Oak Grove cemetery, Rev. Homan preaching the sermon.
She was a good old lady. PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, iowa, Jan 5, 1905

 

Ingraham, Archie Spielman-

Archie, the seven year old grandson of L. S. Ingraham living northeast of Clarinda, died late Sunday night, after a protracted illness from stomach and kidney trouble and complications. The funeral was held at the home Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock and the little body was laid to rest in Oak Grove cemetery. CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, Jul 17, 1908

Archie Ingraham, son of Ollie and Alva Spielman, was born May 17, 1901, and died Sunday evening, July 12, aged 7 years, 1 month and 25 days. He had made his home with his grandparents. L. S. Ingraham and wife, and refused to be called by his father's name. He was a happy and obedient child and received the love and devotion of the family, to whom his death seemed an irreparable loss. His funeral was held from the home of his grandparents at nine o'clock Tuesday morning with interment at Oak Ridge cemetery. The service was conducted by Rev. J. W, Abel, of the Methodist church, of Clarinda, to which Archie was very much attached. The four uncles of the little boy acted as pall bearers.
"There's a home for little children Above the bright blue sky,
Where Jesus reigns in glory A home of peace and joy;
No home on earth is like it, Nor can with it compare,

For everyone is happy, Nor could be happier there," CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, Jul 24, 1908

 


Ickis, Warren

Judge Warren Ickis died in the Philippines last week. He went from Iowa to the Philippines in the fall of '98 as Captain of Company G. of the 51st regiment. In the next year he was made captain of Company G. of the 35th regulars and remained in the islands. Two years later he was appointed judge advocate and then judge of the First Instance at Illigan with jurisdiction over the northern part of the island of Mindanao. By his sad death he leaves a wife and one child eighteen months old. Mrs. Ickis was formerly Miss Clara Stanchfield, of Crest CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, Jul 7, 1909

 

Inman, Miles H. -

The lifeless body of Miles H. Inman, a prominent citizen of Shenandoah twenty years ago, was found on Monday in the hay mow at the home of his son, Clyde H. Inman of near Thurman by his grandson. Mr. Inman at one time conducted a livery stable here and was for a time a restaurant keeper. They were putting up alfalfa, Mr. Inman working in the mow. His little grandson was driving the team on the fork and after each load he would go up and play with his grandfather while the others would go for another load. After the load was emptied, little Herman ran up the ladder but did not see his grandpa. He ran around the pile of hay and there he found him as death had struck him. The little fellow ran to the field to tell his father and they hurried back to the barn. Mr. Inman was born Feb. 19, 1844, near Parkman Village, 0. He was 73 years old. When 8 years old he moved to Wisconsin with his parents. Miss Maggie A. Philo of Lake View, Wis., became his bride Nov. 15, 1866, and they made their home there until 1870 when Fremont county was selected as a settling place. Three children survive the father, Frank D. Inman of Sioux City, Oscar S. Inman of Pacific Junction and Clyde H. Inman of Thurman, with whom he has made his home seven years. His wife died after a lingering illness of twenty years, Jan. 14, 1908, when the Inmans lived at Randolph. Miles Inman was known widely, as for years he bought stock in Fremont, Page and Mills counties. His friends were legion. Although he was not affiliated with any church he had often expressed his faith in the Divine Being, reading his Bible a great deal, often reading it to his little grandsons. CLARINDA JOURNAL, Clarinda, Iowa, Jun 28, 1917

 

Ingram, Clythe Richard -

Clythe Richard Ingram. The following has been furnished to The Journal for publication:
Clythe Richard, son of Clythe and Etta Ingram, was born May 14, 1916, at Orleans, Nebr. When he was three months old his parents moved to St. Joseph, Mo., where they lived until coming to Clarinda six weeks ago, to visit relatives. Little Clythe was taken ill on April 18, 1916. On April 24, at 4.30 a.m., he passed away. He suffered intensely during his brief illness, but was resting sweetly when he died. He was an unusually bright and active child for his age. Everyone who knew him well loved him, and he loved everyone and knew no strangers. Everywhere he went he took happiness with him and wound himself around them hearts of all. His death seems an irreparable loss, and his short stay with us will never be forgotten. His funeral was held from the home of his grandfather, L. S. Ingram, with interment at Oak Grove cemetery, Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The services were conducted by Rev. A. S. Woodard of the Methodist church of Clarinda. Four uncles of the child acted as pallbearers. He has gone from us leaving only a beautiful memory of love. A flower taken in the early time, as such will we always remember our darling.
We kissed our little darling As we laid him down to sleep,
And closed his snowy eyelids,
Through which the smiles would peep.
We closed the icy fingers
Which always clung so sweet;
And kissed our Darling Baby, as We gave him to God to keep. CLARINDA JOURNAL, Clarinda, Iowa, May 4, 1916

Clythe Richard Ingram . Clythe Richard, son of Clythe and Etta Ingram, was born May 14, 1916, at Orleans, Nebr. When he was three months old his parents moved to St. Joseph, Mo., where they lived until coming to Clarinda six weeks ago, to visit relatives. Little Clythe was taken ill on April 18, 1916. On April 24, at 4:30 a.m., he passed away. He suffered intensely during his brief illness, but was resting sweetly when he died. He was an unusually bright and active child for his age. Everyone who knew him well loved him, and he loved everyone and knew no strangers. Everywhere he went he took happiness with him and wound himself around the hearts of all. His death seems an irreparable loss, and his short stay with us will never be forgotten. His funeral was held from the home of his grandfather, L. S. Ingram, with interment at Oak Grove cemetery, Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The services were conducted by Rev. A. S. Woodard of the Methodist church of Clarinda. Four uncles of the child acted as pallbearers. He has gone from us leaving only a beautiful memory of love. A flower taken in the early time, as such will we always remember our darling.
We kissed our little darling As we laid him down to sleep,
And closed his snowy eyelids,
Through which the smiles would peep.
We closed the icy fingers
Which always clung so sweet;
And kissed our Darling Baby, as We gave him to God to keep. PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, Iowa, May 9, 1916

 

 

Isles, Adam E. -

Coin.
Oct. 22—The death of Adam E. Isles which occurred at the home of William Wheeler on Thursday morning was not unexpected as he had been an invalid for several years and the last few months he had been confined to his bed. He was 68 years old and had been twice married, losing both of his wives by death. Two children both girls had been dead for several years. He had two brothers, one living at Danville Iowa, the other at Fort Scott, Kan., two sisters, Mrs. William Wheeler and Mrs. Homer Corbitt living here at Coin where he had made his home for six years ever since his residence here. He was stricken with paralysis in the first years of his illness. The funeral was held on Friday at 2:30 at the home, Rev. E. Harvey preaching the funeral sermon. Mr. Isles had been a number of the Free Methodist church for many years and greatly enjoyed religious services. Special music was furnished by the Methodist Episcopal choir and a solo was rendered by Mrs. Irene McMichael. The remains were laid to rest in the Elmwood cemetery. CLARINDA JOURNAL, Clarinda, Iowa, Oct 24, 1918

 

Ingram, Will -

DIED AT GREELY, COLO.
A telegram was received yesterday by Clyde Ingram of New Market advising him of the death of Will
Ingram of Greely, Colo.   He is a brother of L. S. Ingram living east of the city and formerly resided here.
No particular are at hand, except that he died of pneumonia following an attack of grippe. PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, Iowa, Oct 17, 1918

 

Ingram, Archie Lavern -

Archie Lavern Ingram was born Dec. 14, 1911, and died June 2, 1915. His death was caused from the effects of scalding. Everything possible was done for the child but of no avail. He was a bright, sunny-faced boy and will be missed by many. He leaves to mourn their loss, father, mother, two older brothers, Carrol and Lawrence, and three sisters, Lonnie, Elsie and an infant. Funeral services were held at the home conducted by the M. E. pastor at New Market, and the little form was laid to rest in Oak Grove cemetery. "We had a little treasure once,
He was our joy and pride; We loved him, ah! perhaps too well,
For soon hs slept and died. All is dark within our dwelling,
Lonely are our hearts today, For the one we loved so dearly,
Has forever passed away." PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, Iowa, Jun 24, 1915

 

Ingram, Frank, Mrs -

Mrs. Frank Ingram died Thursday night. Feb. 18. 1904, at her home three miles east of Clarinda. She had been suffering several years from a cancer but her death was not expected so soon. She was a woman in the prime of life and leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her death. The funeral took place Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Oak Grove school house conducted by Rev. Miller of Shambaugh. The family have the sympathy of all. PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, Iowa, Feb 25, 1904

Mr. Frank Inghram died about seven o'clock Thursday night at her home two miles east of Clarinda, of
cancer. Funeral services will be held at the Oak Grove school he use Saturday at 2 o'clock, conducted by
Rev. Miller of Shambaugh. CLARINDA HERALD, Clarinda, Iowa, Feb 19, 1904

 

Ingraham, Effie L. -

Miss Effie L. Ingraham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Ingraham, died at their home in southeast Clarinda, Sunday July 28,1901, at 8 o'clock p. m., aged 12 years and 2 months. She had been in poor health for several years but was not considered worse until Sunday morning when she had an attack of heart trouble and rapidly sank away. She was the idol of the family, and respected by all who knew her. The funeral took place from the home, corner 14th and Water streets, at 10 a. m., Tuesday conducted by Rev. Fisher. PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, Iowa, Aug 1, 1901

 

Isaacson, John, Mrs -

Mrs. John Isaacson died Wednesday evening at her home west of this city. It is said pneumonia was the cause of her death. The day before she gave birth to twin babes, both being alive at last report. The funeral will be held at 11 a. m. Saturday, and burial take place at Bethesda. PAGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, Clarinda, Iowa, Apr 28, 1904