|Birth: ||Sep. 19, 1872|
|Death: ||Jun. 10, 1941|
Daughter of Martin Van Buren and Virginia Alverta (Duncan) Kitzmiller.
Married Daniel G. Burns on June 16, 1889 at Moscow, Idaho.
Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Burns, who died at her home Tuesday morning were held yesterday, Thursday, afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Kimball Funeral Home with Rev. Milo L. Arnold officiating. Interment was in the I.O.O.F. cemetery.
Mrs. Burns, widow of Daniel Grant Burns, had been a resident of Pullman since 1877, coming here with her parents from Tennessee where she was born. She was born in Fordtown, Tennessee, September 19, 1872. The family farmed near Pullman on the Kitzmiller road when they came to the Palouse country.
She was married in 1888 (note: Western States Marriage Index show marriage in 1889) and is survived by one son, Ben, and a grandson, of Pullman. Other survivors are a brother, Ed Kitzmiller of Pullman, and two sisters, Mrs. L. C. Casebeer, Pullman, and Mrs. Will Taylor, Salt Lake City. D. G. Burns preceded his widow in death in January, 1935.
One of Pullman's oldest residents, Mrs. Burns' passing is a moment of grief to her many friends and acquaintances gathered over a period of more than 50 years in the city. She was a member of Evergreen Circle, Neighbors of Woodcraft.
(Pullman Herald, June 13, 1941)
Martin Van Buren Kitzmiller (1835 - 1880)
Virginia Alverta Duncan Kitzmiller (1841 - 1896)
Daniel Grant Burns (1864 - 1935)
Robbie Burns (1890 - 1890)*
William Harrison Kitzmiller (1859 - 1896)*
Lucy Catherine Kitzmiller Casebeer (1861 - 1952)*
Maud Sarah Kitzmiller Schlaefer (1865 - 1927)*
Edward Duncan Kitzmiller (1869 - 1962)*
Ann Hasseltine Kitzmiller Burns (1872 - 1941)
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Plot: Lot 128, Grave 8
Created by: Larry Linehan
Record added: Oct 19, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99222153
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