|Birth: ||Nov. 12, 1844|
|Death: ||Jan. 4, 1913|
2nd w/o 2nd husband John Andrew, married 1878 in Parsons, Kansas by Rev F R Morton.
Born in Indiana, died in Oswego, Kansas, widow of teamster, William E Smith having three children, two to adulthood, daughter Linnie C married Judge Elmer C Clark, birthing one son. Elmer jr and son Peter Smith once living in Joplin, Missouri with at least one son.
Census: 1870, age 26 Oswego, labette county, Kansas with hubby & two of three children, he a teamster, next listed, her sister and family.
Census: 1880, age 35 Oswego, Labette county, Kansas with 2nd hubby, her two kids and two oldest kids of his.
Census (Kansas): 1885, age 40, Oswego, Labette county, Kansas with 2nd hubby, her two kids, his three kids operating Condon Hotel with Carl Raymond Gray as one of the boarders.
Census (Kansas): 1895, age 45 Liberty township, Labette county, Kansas with 2nd hubby, he farming.
Census: 1900, age 55 Liberty township, Labette county, Kansas with 2nd hubby, he farming.
Census (Kansas): 1905, age 59 Liberty township, Labette county, Kansas with 2nd hubby, he farming.
Census: 1910, age 65 Oswego, Labette county, Kansas with 2nd hubby.
Death: in Oswego, Laberre county, Kansas, surviving besides husband and children were, sister Mrs Dolly Johnson of St Louis, and two brothers, Mr Harry Crawford, of Pittsburg, Indiana, and Mr John Crawford of Terre Haute, Indiana, Buried on sister Mrs Sarah Jenice (Crawford) SHIPLEY's plot at Oswego cemetery, who preceeded her in death.
AN OLD RESIDENT DEAD
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Mrs. Addie C. Flora Died Saturday Following a
Mrs. Addie C. Flora died Saturday,
January 4, 1913, at 2:40 o'clock a. m.,
aged 69 years, 1 month and 22 days.
She had been ill eleven months, part of
the time unable to receive her friends,
and her constant suffering filled the
hearts of all with pity and sympathy for
her condition. During all her sickness
she never expressed a wish but what it
was gratified by her husband and de-
voted daughter, Mrs. E. C. Clark, who
were in constant attendence, assissted
by Judge Clark.
Fuernal services were held at the
home Sundayafternoon at 2 o'clock,
conducted by Rev. Hunt, pastor of the
Baptist church, of which deceaased was
a member. Impressive songs were
sung by a quartet and wwith a feeling of
sadness for a loss of a good, true, lov-
ing woman, the friends and relatives
joined in a final good-bye.
Marriage 1: William E Smith b: about 1844 Ohio
Married: around 1865 likely in Illinois.
Know children (of three)
Peter W Smith b: about 1866 in Illinois.
Linnie Smith b: 18 JUN 1868 in Kansas.
Marriage 2: John Andrew Flora b: 5 SEP 1845 Harrison county, Indiana.
Married: 1878 Parsons, Labette county, Kansas. (license obtained in Montgomery county, Kansas, she had been living in Wilson county, Kansas)
No known issues.
John Andrew Flora (1845 - 1934)*
Linnie C. Smith Clark (1868 - 1947)*
Maintained by: NJBrewer
Originally Created by: Bill
Record added: Nov 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44005045
Added: Aug. 21, 2013
~ my step-g,grandmother ~|
Added: Mar. 17, 2012
Added: Apr. 14, 2010