Zylpha Alzada Byers

Birth: 31 OCT 1881, Jackson Twp, Henry Co. , Ia.
Death: 17 JUL 1964, Mt.Pleasant, Ia.

Married John Robert Hannah on 4 SEP 1906 at Henry Co., Ia.

John Byers Mary Elizabeth Daily John L. Scarborough Eunice Hiatt
Perry Byers Ruth Scarborough
Zylpha Alzada Byers
m.John Robert Hannah

Florence Jeanette Hannah

Virginia Anna Hannah

Robert Alva Wayne Hannah

Ruth Angeline Hannah

Marcia Emeline Hannah

Benjamin Millard Hannah

SALEM NEWS 4-20-1905
Where our teachers may be found: Margaret Bliss, Glendale; Chattie Widdifield, Dorland; Arta Ratliff, near Rome; Mary Amaris, Welt Marion, Lee Co.; Ida Long, in Jefferson County; Ethel Reichley, near Lowell;Amy Maddock, Bethany; Belle Masden, Western Hall; Esther Lubton, Oakland; Nettie Cammack, near Swedesburg; Zylpha Byers, North Linwood; Gerald Dillavou, principal of Mt. Union schools; Josie Waterhouse, of Mt. Hammill, will teach near Lowell.

SALEM NEWS 12-5-1912
" The children of John R. Hannah are quite sick with severe colds and fever; little Wayne is very bad at this writing."

SALEM NEWS 12-26-1912
"Mrs. John R. Hannah has been quite poorly for the past week"

Mt. Pleasant News July 18, 1964
Zylpha A. Hannah
Taken By Death
Mrs. Zylpha A. Hannah, 82,died Friday night at the Memorial hospital after an illness of the past week.
Zylpha Hannah was born October 31, 1881 in Jackson township, Henry county, the daughter of Ruth Scarborough and Perry Byers. She had lived all of her life in this community, attended Howe's Academy and taught school before her marriage. She was a member of the Donaldson Chapel Methodist Church, but had transferred to the Salem Methodist Church.
She is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Hamilton (Florence) Williams of Mt. Pleasant, Mrs. Fred (Virginia) Perrenoud of Winfield, Mrs. Charles A. (Ruth) Hoffman of Minot, N. D., and Mrs. Dale (Marcia) Cammack of Salem: by 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, a brother, Harvey Byers of Hillsboro and a sister, Mrs. Fred Strieb of Longview, Wash.
Two sons, Robert Wayne and Benjamin Millard, preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Monday, July 20, at the Salem Methodist church. The Reverends, Walter Wellington, pastor ofthe Salem Methodist church, and Bonifucio Bb. Mequi will officiate.
Interment will be in South Salem Cemetery.
Friends may call at the R. K. Crane Funeral Home as they desire.
Friends who desire, may contribute to a memorial to the Salem Methodist Church in memory of Mrs. Hannah.

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