|Birth: ||Jul. 12, 1867|
|Death: ||Mar. 13, 1931|
Mrs. Hannah Lunn, 63, of Harrisville, 15 miles north of Columbia, burned to death at her farm home, March 13, 1931 at 9 o'clock Friday night, from a fire that was believed to have originated from a defective flu.. Her husband also parished in the fire. Coronor E.G. Davis of Columbia ruled death as accidental. Informant was Mrs. Charles Moon of Lamonis, Iowa.
Neighbors about a mile away saw the flames and went to the scene. The house was locked and the roof falling in when they got there. They pulled a mattress out of a window but the couple had been roused and had left the bed, apparently having been suffocated.
Hannah was borh on July 12, 1867 in Kewanne, Illinois, the daughter of James and Mary (Mills) Allen. She married J. Harry Lunn. Hannah was a housewife.
Arrangements were under the direction of G.L. Sheck of Hallsville and burial was in Redtop Cemetary.
J. Harry Lunn (1862 - 1931)*
Red Top Cemetery
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