|Birth: ||Jun. 7, 1867|
|Death: ||Jan. 2, 1956|
Annetta (Mickle) Briscoe Ogle was the daughter of Joseph and Margaret (Flickinger) Mickle. She was first married to John Robert Briscoe 9/14/1888 in Hancock County. He died between 1900-1920 leaving her with 7 or 8 surviving children. On 10/18/1921 she married Noah Ogle, a widower. He died 12/28/1949.
When she died she left seven surviving children: Leonard Jay Briscoe of Salem, Ore. [1893-1980]; Mrs. Mabel Heffy of San Francisco, Calif. [1889-1982]; Mrs. Audrey Vance [1898-1993] and Miss Jean Briscoe of Ponca City, Okla. [1901-1998]; Mrs. Fern Hall [1899-1969] and Mrs. Margaret Henley of Tulsa, Okla. [1906-1971]; and Mrs. Lucille Timmons of Dallas, Texas [1907-1984].
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A long and beautiful life ended when Mrs. Noah Ogle closed her eyes in rest, January 2, 1956.
Annetta Ogle departed this life Monday monring at 9:05 a.m. in the Augusta home where she had resided the past nineteen years, having remained there after the passing of her husband, Noah Ogle six years ago, Dec. 28, 1949.
She was the daughter of Joseph Mickle and Margaret Fleckinger Mickle, one of six children. She was born June 7, 1867 in the Augusta community where she received her education and later taught school until her marriage to John Brisco at Carthage in 1888.
To this union nine children were born of which seven survive, Mrs. Mabel Heffy of San Francisco, California, Jay Brisco of Salem, Oregon, Mrs. Audrey Vance and Miss Jean Brisco of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Mrs. Fern Hall and Mrs. Margaret Henley of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Mrs. Lucille Timmous of Dallas, Texas.
She also leaves to mourn her demise, one sister, Mrs. Clyde Patterson of Hugo, Okla., the last of the family. Her mother, father and four brothers are deceased. She also leaves the children of her late husband, Noah Ogle, namely, Morris, Edmund, Mrs. Hazel Jones, Mrs. Helen Stone all of Augusta and Mrs. Iris Hickey of Boulder, Colo., besides many nieces and nephews.
Noah Ogle and Annetta Brisco were united in marriage October 18, 1921 at Palmyra, Mo. She was a member of the Presbyterian church of Augusta, being active and faithful in her church relationship until failing eyesight made it impossible for her to take part in her customary active fashion. She then spent many hours at her radio and never missed a sermon on Sunday.
The past two and one-half years she has been lovingly cared for by one of her step-daughters, Mrs. Helen Stone, who has made her home there and looked out for her every care and need. Mrs. Ogle was a great lover of flowers and long after her eyesight failed and she could not read or sew she worked in her flowers and yard, deriving much pleasure in those loved tasks. It helped pass many long and lonesome hours.
While she loved flowers it was her request not have any at her demise, which seemed strange, but she always said she'd rather have the flowers where she could see them.
Mrs. Ogle was a very active person and was able to be up and about her home until Tuesday evening., Dec. 22 when she suffered a stroke from which she never rallied, passing into the Great Beyond, having long been ready and waiting her Master's call.
Mrs. Ogle was a sister of the late John and Fred Mickle of Plymouth, being well and favorably known locally.
Joseph G. Mickle (1817 - 1889)
Margaret Susanna Flickinger Mickle (1827 - 1890)
Noah Ogle (1867 - 1949)
Leonard Jay Briscoe (1893 - 1980)*
Audrey M. Briscoe Vance (1898 - 1993)*
Fern Briscoe Hall (1899 - 1969)*
Jean Edith Briscoe (1901 - 1998)*
Lois A. Briscoe Dauner (1905 - 1950)*
Marguerite B. Briscoe Henley (1906 - 1971)*
John A. Mickle (1863 - 1953)*
Lewis P. Mickle (1865 - 1879)*
Annetta Mickle Ogle (1867 - 1956)
Fred Barnett Mickle (1871 - 1948)*
George Willard Mickle (1873 - 1942)*
Kittie Clyde Mickle Patterson (1876 - 1960)*
Created by: Airrow
Record added: Apr 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 88438501
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