|Birth: ||Jul., 1856|
|Death: ||Jan. 19, 1929|
Los Angeles County
"FORMER WEBB CITY PIONEER IS DEAD
Mrs. Theresa Ashcraft, Widow of Pioneer Mining Man, Succumbs in California.
Webb City, Mo., Jan. 18 - Mrs. Theresa Belle Ashcraft, 72 years old, a pioneer Webb City resident and widow of Grant Ashcraft, died suddenly following a heart attack this morning at her home in Culver City, Calif., according to information received by a niece, Miss Margaret Ashcraft, 216 Ball Street.
Funeral services were conducted at Culver City this afternoon. Although no further information has been received here, it is presumed the body will be returned to Webb City for burial in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. Ashcraft had resided at Culver City the last three years. she left here after the death of her husband, going to Galena, Mo., to reside a number of years with a son, Eli Ashcraft and then to Carlsbad, N.M. to make her home with a daughter, Mrs. Allen Hardy.
Surviving her are three children, Mrs. Bernice Burch of Chicago, Mrs. Allen Hardy, Jr. of Carlsbad, N.M. and Eli Ashcraft of Culver City.
Mrs. Ashcraft was well known here. Her husband, Grant Ashcraft, was a pioneer mining man and played an influential part in transforming Webb City from a mining camp.
Samuel P. Ashcraft, 216 North Ball street, was a brother of the late Grant Ashcraft."
Saturday, January 19, 1929
Granville Plummer Ashcraft (1842 - 1911)
Mount Hope Cemetery
Created by: Virginia Brown
Record added: Feb 22, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 105665848
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