Florence Susan Hutchinson, 18871920 (aged 33 years)

Florence Susan Hutchinson 1887-1920
Name
Florence Susan /Hutchinson/
Given names
Florence Susan
Surname
Hutchinson
Married name
Florence Susan /Anderson/
Birth January 21, 1887 27 24
Birth of a brotherThomas Clarence Hutchinson
August 14, 1889 (aged 2 years)
Death of a paternal grandfatherThomas Hutchinson
May 13, 1903 (aged 16 years)
Burial of a paternal grandfatherThomas Hutchinson
May 15, 1903 (aged 16 years)
Note: Preemption Cemetery Index

Preemption Cemetery Index Thomas Hutchinson, d. May 13, 1903, aged 83y

Death of a paternal grandmotherSusan Ramsey
January 25, 1904 (aged 17 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherAlice Lucas Lipton
September 23, 1905 (aged 18 years)
Death of a motherAlice Johnston
November 15, 1912 (aged 25 years)
Marriage of a siblingGeorge Marion HutchinsonFrances Myrtle InghramView this family
October 2, 1915 (aged 28 years)
Marriage of a siblingThomas Clarence HutchinsonCherith Abbie WineyView this family
February 3, 1916 (aged 29 years)
Note: Marriage Record and Register - page 9

Marriage Record and Register - page 9 State of Iowa, Crawford County

License Clarence Hutchinson and Abbie Winey 1st day of February 1916

Certificate of Marriage

This certifies that on the 3d day of February 1916, at Dow City in said County, according to law and by authority, I duly joined in Marriage Mr Clarence Hutchinson and Miss Abbie Winey. Given under my hand this 3d day of February 1916 Charles E Butterworth, Minister of the Gospel

Iowa State Board of Health

1. Full Name of Groom - Clarence Hutchinson 2. Place of Residence - near Deloit, Iowa 3. Occupation - Farmer 4. Age Next Birthday - 27 years Color - W Race - Cauc 5. Place of Birth near Deloit, Iowa 6. Father's Name - George Hutchinson 7. Mother's Maiden Name - Alice Johnson 8. Number of Groom's Marriage - First 9. Full Name of Bride - Abbie Winey 10. Place of Residence - near Deloit, Iowa 11. Age Next Birthday - 27 years Color - W Race - Cauc 12. Place of Birth - near Deloit, Iowa 13. Father's Name - Carl Wilber Winey 14. Mother's Maiden Name - Flora Montgomery 15. Number of Bride's Marriage - First 16. Married at - Dow City - in the County of Crawford and State of Iowa, the - 3d - day of - February 1916 17. Witnesses to Marriage - Elder Charles E Butterworth and Ida May Butterworth

Death December 16, 1920 (aged 33 years)
Burial December 18, 1920 (2 days after death)
newspaper
OBITUARY
December 21, 1920 (5 days after death)
Note: MRS H ANDERSON IS LAID TO REST

MRS H ANDERSON IS LAID TO REST Mrs Harry Anderson, Who Died in a Hospital at Omaha Thursday, December 16th, Buried Saturday IS LAID TO REST IN OAKLAND Funeral Attended by Many Relatives and Friends - Floral Offerings Beautiful and Profuse

The funeral of Mrs Harry Anderson, who died in a hospital in Omaha on Thursday, December 16th, was held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church in this city, Rev M M Cable, her pastor, preaching the funeral sermon. The funeral was attended by the relatives and many sorrowing friends and the floral offerings were many and very beautiful. Interment was made in Oakland cemetery. Mrs Anderson had been in delicate health for some time and was taken to a hospital in Omaha, where she received the services of the best physicians, but passed from this earth after bidding a loving farewell to her loved ones. At the time of her death she was 33 years, 11 months and 15 days of age. Mrs Anderson was a faithful member of the various women's organizations of the Methodist church, and was treasurer of the M L U. She was a woman of pleasing personality, reserved, devoted to her home and loved ones, and had many friends who sympathize with the husband and relatives in their great loss. Florence Susan, daughter of George and Alice Hutchinson, was born in Milford township Jan 31, 1887. She spent her childhood and early girlhood at the home of her parents, and in 1894 she graduated from the Denison high school, after which she taught in the rural schools of the county for three years. She was married March 6, 1912, to Chas Harry Anderson, and lived on a farm in Milford township until two years ago, when she and her husband moved to this city. One child, Margaret Alice, born Aug 12, 1920, blessed this union, and is thus left, never to realize that greatest of all earthly blessings, the love and care of a mother. The loved ones and loving husband, Harry Anderson, a father, Geo Hutchinson, of Deloit; two brother, Marion and Clarence, living in Milford township, are left to mourn the loss of a wife, daughter and sister. The mother, Mrs George Hutchinson, and one brother having gone on before to the great beyond.

Denison newspaper, December, 1920

Family with parents
father
George Hutchinson (1859-1931)
18591931
Birth: February 21, 1859 37 25Bowling township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: January 27, 1931Deloit, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
mother
Alice Johnston Hutchinson - 1862-1912
18621912
Birth: May 5, 1862 28 25Preemption township, Mercer County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: November 15, 1912Millford Township, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: January 31, 1883Farlows Grove, Mercer County, Illinois, United States of America
20 months
elder brother
George Marion Hutchinson 1884-1950
18841950
Birth: September 29, 1884 25 22Milford Township, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: September 16, 1950Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa, United States of America
2 years
herself
Florence Susan Hutchinson 1887-1920
18871920
Birth: January 21, 1887 27 24Milford Township, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: December 16, 1920Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, United States of America
3 years
younger brother
Thomas Clarence Hutchinson 1889-1962
18891962
Birth: August 14, 1889 30 27Milford Township, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: December 18, 1962Denison, Crawford County, Iowa, United States of America
newspaper

MRS H ANDERSON IS LAID TO REST Mrs Harry Anderson, Who Died in a Hospital at Omaha Thursday, December 16th, Buried Saturday IS LAID TO REST IN OAKLAND Funeral Attended by Many Relatives and Friends - Floral Offerings Beautiful and Profuse

The funeral of Mrs Harry Anderson, who died in a hospital in Omaha on Thursday, December 16th, was held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church in this city, Rev M M Cable, her pastor, preaching the funeral sermon. The funeral was attended by the relatives and many sorrowing friends and the floral offerings were many and very beautiful. Interment was made in Oakland cemetery. Mrs Anderson had been in delicate health for some time and was taken to a hospital in Omaha, where she received the services of the best physicians, but passed from this earth after bidding a loving farewell to her loved ones. At the time of her death she was 33 years, 11 months and 15 days of age. Mrs Anderson was a faithful member of the various women's organizations of the Methodist church, and was treasurer of the M L U. She was a woman of pleasing personality, reserved, devoted to her home and loved ones, and had many friends who sympathize with the husband and relatives in their great loss. Florence Susan, daughter of George and Alice Hutchinson, was born in Milford township Jan 31, 1887. She spent her childhood and early girlhood at the home of her parents, and in 1894 she graduated from the Denison high school, after which she taught in the rural schools of the county for three years. She was married March 6, 1912, to Chas Harry Anderson, and lived on a farm in Milford township until two years ago, when she and her husband moved to this city. One child, Margaret Alice, born Aug 12, 1920, blessed this union, and is thus left, never to realize that greatest of all earthly blessings, the love and care of a mother. The loved ones and loving husband, Harry Anderson, a father, Geo Hutchinson, of Deloit; two brother, Marion and Clarence, living in Milford township, are left to mourn the loss of a wife, daughter and sister. The mother, Mrs George Hutchinson, and one brother having gone on before to the great beyond.

Denison newspaper, December, 1920