Obit: Crandell, Anna B. (1837 - 1922)

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----Source: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) 01/21/1922

Crandell, Anna B. (20 FEB 1837 - 14 JAN 1922)

Anna Belle Hart was born at Napanee, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 20, 1837, and departed this life at Humbird, Clark County, Wis., Jan. 14, 1922, aged nearly 84 years. In 1854, she was united in marriage to Chester Crandell, and to this union were born eleven children, of whom seven have preceded her to the world beyond. In 1878 the family moved here, settling on a farm a quarter of a mile east of the village, where she spent the greater part of her married life. They sold the farm and moved into the village about twenty years ago. In early life she gave her heart to God, and lived a consistent Christian life, leaving the world better because of her having lived in it. Her husband died eight years ago.

Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, prayer at the C. O. Bolling home, where she was tenderly cared for during her last days, and sermon at the Free Methodist Church by Rev. D. C. Elmer. Burial was in the Mentor Cemetery.

Deceased had been a member of the Free Methodist Church for forty years. She leaves to mourn her death four sons, George of Antigo, Albert of Watts, Calif., Sanford of Bellingham, Wash., and John of Black River Falls, and a large number of grandchildren, of whom Guy N. Crandell of this village, is one. Numerous other relatives and a large circle of friends mourn her death.



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