Oct. 4, 1915 Donora Washington County Pennsylvania, USA
Nov. 1, 2012 Indianapolis Marion County Indiana, USA
Edna May "Dolly" Alger, daughter of Thomas Monroe and Edna May (Behanna) Alger, and wife of Rev. Raymond Beverly Acheson, lived a little more than 97 years.
Familial Relation: Grand Aunt
- Luana Dawn Alger, 1 Jan 2016
Pennsylvania, County Marriages, 1885-1950
Name: Raymond B Acheson Event Type: Marriage Event Date: 15 Dec 1937 Event Place: Allegheny Co., PA Age: 21 Birth Date: 15 Dec 1916 Birth Place: Donora, PA Father's Name: Charles Acheson Mother's Name: Anna Mathews Spouse's Name: Edna M Alger Spouse's Age: 22 Spouse's Birth Date: 4 Oct 1915 Spouse's Birth Place: Donora, PA Spouse's Father's Name: Thomas Alger Spouse's Mother's Name: Edna Behanna
Edna M. Acheson October 4, 1915 - November 1, 2012 Indianapolis, Indiana
Born in Donora, PA on Oct 4, 1915 Departed on Nov 1, 2012 and resided in Indianapolis, IN.
Visitation: Monday, Nov 5, 2012, 4:00pm-8:00pm Service: Tuesday, Nov 6, 2012, 10:00am Cemetery: Washington Park North Cemetery
Edna M. Acheson 97, Indianapolis, passed away October 30, 2012. Her husband R.B., who preceded her in death, called her his "Pastor's wife, Co-Pastor Indispensable."
Edna was a member of Westside Church of the Nazarene.
Edna is survived by her sons, Rev. Charles David (Charlene) Acheson and J. Dean Acheson; son-in-law, Jack Munos, many grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Jeanne Acheson Munos who passed away in the Haiti earthquake.
Funeral Services 10am, Tuesday, November 6 at Conkle Funeral Home Speedway with calling there 4-8pm Monday, November 5. Burial is in Washington Park North Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Odyssey Hospice, 1717 Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 130, Daytona Beach, FL 32117.
- Online at tributes.com
All pertinent information I have included here can be verified by U.S. Federal Census Records for the family in conjunction with various public records, including any documents I may upload to this memorial.
Though I can not prove with 100% certainty that this family's composition and relation status is as I display it to be, I can say that the circumstantial evidence weighs very heavily in favor of the accuracy of these stated familial connections.