Ann I. Mundorf (1855-1924)
Posted By: Karon Velau (email)
Date: 2/8/2021 at 17:38:36
Ann Isabelle Mundorf
(Oct 1855 – November 21, 1924)
Griswold American, Griswold, Iowa, Thurs., Nov 27, 1924, p.1 and 8.
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Ann Isabelle Mundorf
Mrs. G. L. Mundorf, who for several days remained in a semi-conscious condition following a stroke of paralysis, passed away at the family home, two miles southwest of Griswold on Friday morning, November 21st, about three o’clock. After she was stricken she never regained consciousness and death came to her as a relief of the sufferings she had endured. Her health had not been good for some time and while her relatives and friends knew her condition, they did not realize that she would so soon be called away. Her one great desire was to live and minister to her husband who had been poorly for many……[corner of page torn off, but obituary continued on page 8]…. farm over to their sons and moved into the farm where the good mother died. Mr. and Mrs. Mundorf celebrated their golden wedding three years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Mundorf wre blessed with four children, all of whom reside in this locality. They are: Mrs. Emma Isabelle Cocklin, Mrs. Viola Hansen, Ogden, Sherwood and George, Walker. These with the husband, eighteen grandchildren and six great grandchildren, a brother, J. B. Bagby and a sister, Mrs. Grave McKee of McComb , Illinois, survive. Several years ago Mrs. Mundorf united with the Christian Church of Waveland Township. When services were not held there she took her membership to Elliott and was a member in goodstanding until the last. The funeral services were held at the home Sunday afternoon, at two o’clock, being conducted by L. L. Oswalt, pastor of the Church of Christ of Griswold, assisted by Rev. J. F. Bingaman, pastor of the M. E. church. There was a large gathering of relatives and life-long friends, who followed the remains to the Griswold Cemetery where they were laid away among friends who have passed on before. Thus another of the real pioneers of Waveland Township has been called to that better land.
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