|Birth: ||Oct. 2, 1850|
|Death: ||Sep. 8, 1939|
Daughter of George Tucker
Married William Angell Oct. 20, 1865
William Angell Born Jan 1848
Pioneer Woman Of This County Died Wednesday
Mrs. Abigail Angell Succumbed to Injuries Recived in Fall
Born in this County
Her Father, George Tucker, Built the First Court House in 1845.
Mrs. Abigail Angell, who would have celebrated her 89th birthday Oct 2, died at the Mercy hospital in Elwood, Wednesday evening at 7:30, death resulting form injuries received in a fall at her home early Tuesday morning in which she broke a limb near the hip. The health of Mrs. Angell had not been good for some time and the shock of the accident was more then she could withstand. The body was removed in the Young funeral home on West Jerfferson street for preparation and will remain there for services. With the possing of this .... did mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, the county loses one of its devout Christian pioneer women who was born in the county October 2, 1850. on the county, October 2, 1850, on the farm on which she spent practically all of her life, residing on it until her removal to Tipton about a year ago. Her father, George Tucker, was one of the first settlers in this county and build Tipton county's first courthouse in 1845, the building being a log one, 20x22 feet,two stories high and covered with yellow poplar shingles which where hand made. The contract price for the building,which stood just across of the present courthouse, on the site of the behymer building, occupied by the Tipton hatchery, was $235.50. Mrs. Angell was one of serveral children, the late March and Allen Tucker of Tipton being brothers. In 1865 the deceased was united in marriage with William Angell, who preceded her to the grave, his death occurring a number of years ago. They were the parents of 14 childern, five dying in infancy and a son, Morgan, Being killed in 1902 when he was thrown from a runaway horse on the farm southeast of Tipton. Surving childern are henry and Arvie, who resided with the mother on East Washington Street, Mrs. Minnie Mullins and Benjamin Angell of Tipton: Mrs. Sam Dale and Ernest Angell of Alexandria, and Charles Angell residing near Summitville. The late Mrs. Eb Heaton was a daughter. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews and grand and great-grandnieces and nephews and a host of friends. The body will lie in state at the funeral home until the hour of services and friends ar invited to call at any time.
Obits- Tipton County Tipton, Indiana from Tipton Tribune
Special Thanks to Dean Angell, Indiana Room,and Beth Oljace with out all these people working together i wouldn't have this info.
William Angell (1847 - ____)
Henry Angell (1868 - 1947)*
Rosa J Angell Heaton (1875 - 1933)*
Eva Lena Angell Dale (1877 - 1962)*
Morgan J Angell (1881 - 1902)*
Minnie P Angell Mullins (1883 - 1968)*
Benjamin H. Angell (1888 - 1968)*
Created by: Scott Messerschmidt
Record added: Nov 20, 2009
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