Nov. 15, 1913 Pasadena Los Angeles County California, USA
Ann Inman Williams
Mrs. Ann Williams, a former resident of Cass county, died at her home in Pasadena, Cal., on Nov. 15, 1913. Mrs. Williams was the widow of N. R. Williams and with him came to Cass county in 1874, where they lived for twenty years, removing to California in 1894. She was a native of Ohio, was 83 years of age, and had been a member of the Methodist Episcopal church since her early girlhood. Five daughters survive her: Miss Ada Williams and Miss Belle Williams of Pasadena, Cal.; Mrs. O. Blakeslee of Ames, Ia.; Mrs. G. F. Ostrander of Glenwood and Mrs. C. B. Lewis of Atlantic.
Atlantic News-Telegraph, Tuesday, December 16, 1913
TO BRING BODY HERE
On Friday morning the body of Mrs. N. R. Williams, who died at Pasadena, Calif., on November 15th, will be brought to this city, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Lewis, and the funeral services will be held on Sunday at 1:30 at the M. E. church in this city and the interment made in the Brighton cemetery. Rev. Handy will officiate. Deceased formerly lived near Marne. She was 83 years old and left this county nineteen years ago. She leaves three daughter, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Anna Ostrander of Glenwood and Mrs. O. Blakeslee. Atlantic News-Telegraph, Wednesday, December 19, 1913