|Birth: ||May 29, 1872|
|Death: ||Mar. 6, 1941|
Daughter of Paul and Sophronia Sample Freed. She was a housewife who was living in Clinton, DeWitt County, IL at her death.-------
Source: Gaines-Ahrent Family Tree (Ancestry)
> Note: three marriages: 1) Joseph C Ahrendt (16 Apr 1887), 2) Frank Henderson (31 Aug 1897), and 3) John Samuel 'Jack' Day (1902).
***Please add Obit--Heyworth - (PNS)-Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Day, who died Thursday at St. Joseph's hosipital in Bloominton, will be held at 2p.m. Sunday in the Heyworth Christian church. Burial will be in the Heyworth cemetry.
Nancy Free was born May 29, 1872 at Gidley, the daughter of Pal and Sphornia Freed. She was married to John Jay and he died in 1930.
She is survivied by the following children: Mrs. Merle Correll, Miami, Fla., Mrs. Henry Melster, Cooksville; Mrs. George Davis, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Harry Tapp. Mrs. Donald Marshall and Mrs. Francis Ping, all of Bloomington' Mrs. Albert Shepherd and Mrs. William Hilliard, both of Clinton and James Day, Normal. Also surviving are three sister, Mrs. Mary Wise, Manson, IA.; Mrs. Daisy Holmes, Chicago and Mrs. Myrtle McKinley, Cooksville; one brother Merritt. Alton. 38 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
She was a member of the Heyworth Christian church.
Joseph Charles Ahrendt (1865 - 1930)*
John Samuel Day (1869 - 1930)*
Sephonia Amelia Ahrendt-Leibacker Meister (1890 - 1961)*
Grace Mae Newton Davis (1891 - 1970)*
William Russel Ahrendt (1893 - 1919)*
Clara Francis Ahrendt Tapp (1894 - 1974)*
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At last rest was yours, great greatgrandmother. Thank you for my life.|
Added: Aug. 29, 2014
Never knew my great grandmother, but what a woman she must have been. Pregnant more years of her life than not. My father remembers her working in the fields right along with the men and out doing some, then standing on the porch smoking a corn cob pipe i...(Read more)|
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