The Salem Weekly News July 11, 1918
Sarah Angeline Bunker was born December 15, 1853 , at Ackworth, Ia. She was one of nine children and youngest daughter of Robert and Mira Bunker. Her parents died before she reached her majority.
Her parents moved to the vicinity of Salem in 1865, where she has since resided, excepting a year spent in teaching school and traveling in Nebraska and Kansas.
After her marriage to Benjamin Franklin Hannah on April 21, 1881 three children were born - John, Raymond, and Anna - who are married and reside in the home community.
Altho holding a birthright in the Friends church, she became an active worker in the Donaldson Methodist church, it being a more convenient place to worship.
She suffered a lingering illness of about two years' duration, but calmly faced the end, which came July 1, 1918.
One brother, William Bunker, and one sister, Mrs. Rachel Collins, survive her, aside from the husband, three children and five grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in the Donaldson church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. J.E. Ward, assisted by Rev. T.S. Pool, of Mt. Pleasant,a former pastor. Interment in the Friends cemetery at Salem.
Jackson Twp.- Grandma Hannah has moved to the home of her son Frank.
Mt. Pleasant News, July 1, 1918
DEATH OF MRS. FRANK HANNAH
Well Known Woman Passes Away
After Several Months Illness.
Mrs. Frank Hannah, after several months illness passed away early this morning in her sixty-fifth year, at her home about six miles south of this city. The funeral will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, afternoon attwo o'clock at the Donaldson Chapel nearby and interment will be in the Friends' Cemetery at Salem. Rev. Pool of this city and Rev. ward of Salem will have charge of the services.
Created by Dan Pidcock's GedcomToHTML v1.5.2.
Data compiled, maintained, and hosted by Jay Hannah <jay(at)jays(dot)net>. http://jays.net/genealogy/