|Birth: ||Jan. 9, 1869|
|Death: ||Aug. 14, 1941|
ANNA MAY WARNER
Mrs. Anna May Warner, wife of W. R. Warner, ill of paralysis and heart trouble nine months, died Aug. 14, (1941) at the Warner home, Wingate neighborhood, and the body was brought here to the Brownfield funeral home where services were conducted by the Rev. E. C. Wadlow Saturday at 1 p. m., with burial at Strasburg Cemetery. The gathering of neighbors and other friends taxed the capacity of the home.
Jas. Idol, Harrisonville, accompanied by his sister, Miss Elizabeth Idol, sang "Going Home" and "Face To Face," and Mrs. Fred Reeves, this city, accompanied by Mrs. Geo. Dunn, sang "In the Garden.
Active pallbearers were Marcus Redford, L. C. Parris, B. R. Henry, W. O. Blevans, C. S. Fristoe, Chas. Mahaffey. Four of the dead woman's five brothers were honorary pallbearers.
Surviving Mrs. Warner in addition to her husband are the daughters, Mesds. Earl Nichols, Allen Wood and Wm. Schader, city; Mrs. Leslie Bury, Tulsa, Miss Lilyan Warner, Rochester, Minn., and Miss Lolita Warner, Hannibal Mo. There were also three sons. One died an infant. The others, Wm. and John Warner, met tragic deaths, respectively, in 1926 and 1927. Mrs. Warner also leaves five brothers, Eugene, Julius, Herman and William Schindorff, Pleasant Hill, and Clay Schindorff, Carthage, Mo. Mrs. Lillie McGee, Pleasant Hill, was a sister.
Daughter of Paul and Cornelia Schindorff, Mrs. Warner was born near Pleasant Hill, Jan. 9, 1869, was reared in this vicinity and married Mr. Warner at East Lynne Feb. 16, 1897. Their entire life together was spent in this immediate vicinity (Strasburg - Pleasant Hill - Wingate) and the family became highly respected: theirs was an example of the ideal American home.
Mrs. Warner joined Providence Methodist Church which stood six miles southeast of this city at an early age, and throughout her most useful career she remained steadfastly a Christian in act and deed, kindly and wise as a wife and mother, generous and helpful, always, as a neighbor. Thus it may well be said in her passing (which was not un expected) there is a loss which not only falls upon the family, but on the community as a whole.
Pleasant Hill Times
Friday Aug. 22, 1941
Paul Apolos Schindorff (1822 - 1917)
Cornelia Frances Deal Schindorff (1842 - 1924)
William Robert Warner (1867 - 1941)
Infant Son Warner (____ - 1896)*
Hazel Irene Warner Nicholls (1898 - 1979)*
John Paul Warner (1900 - 1927)*
Minnie Lorene Warner Wood (1902 - 1982)*
William Eugene Warner (1903 - 1926)*
Alice Frances Warner Schader (1904 - 1977)*
Lilyan Grace Warner (1908 - 1995)*
Lolita Warner (1909 - 1955)*
Minnie Rebecca Schindorff Moore (1867 - 1936)*
Anna May Schindorff Warner (1869 - 1941)
Paul Eugene Schindorff (1872 - 1955)*
Julius S Schindorff (1874 - 1957)*
Emile Schindorff (1878 - 1893)*
Junnieta Schindorff (1878 - 1893)*
George W. Schindorff (1882 - 1948)*
Lillian Deal Schindorff McGee (1886 - 1951)*
Herman Lester Schindorff (1889 - 1964)*
Benjamin Clay Schindorff (1891 - 1944)*
Created by: Dwayne Hawpe
Record added: Dec 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81849938