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Hannah Leak Hibbs
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Birth: Nov. 10, 1864
Death: Nov. 6, 1941

Mrs. Hannah Leak Hibbs was born in Appanoose county, Iowa, on November 10, 1864, and passed away on November 6, 1941, at the age of 76 years, 11 months and 26 days.
She was united in marriage to James W. Hibbs of Numa on November 11, 1883 and to this union were born three children, one son, Ted Hibbs, of Numa, and two daughters, Mrs. Frances Wagler of Bloomfield and Grace May who passed away at the age of three. Her husband preceded her in death, passing away on January 24, 1930.
Mrs. Hibbs was a woman of cheerful disposition and helpful ways. She was deeply devoted to her family and served them with a self forgetfulness which will never be forgotten. She was baptized on January 19, 1896, and became a member of the Numa Christian church. She was greatly devoted to her church and enjoyed working in its behalf as long as her health permitted. She was one of the real pioneers of the Numa community and lived to see many changes in her life time. She was a friend to many in her journey through life.
She leaves to mark her passing her surviving children, two sisters, Mrs. Minnie McElwee and Mrs. Nellie Ware, one brother, Chas. Leak, three grandchildren, Jacquelin Hibbs, Nancy Jane and Lynda Sue Wagler, besides other relatives and a host of friends.
Funeral services were held November 9, 1941, at 2 o'clock p.m. at the Numa Christian church conducted by Rev. L. D. Thomas of the Bloomfield M. E. church. Singing by Mr. and Mrs. David Lawrence of Centerville.
Interment at Numa cemetery.

By Mayme Rehm Starr

There is a home eternal,
So beautiful, so bright, so fair,
Where joys of the soul reign supreme
And no trouble or sorrow can enter there.

There is a home eteranl
Built not by the hands of man,
A home that is ethereal
None like it can be built on the sand.

There is a home eternal
Around which the flowers forever bloom.
Making it a place where there is always a welcome;
For God's household there is always room.

In this home of joy eternal
There is always anthem of praise,
For many souls each day enter there
And their voices in blessings raise,

In this beautiful home eternal
They shout hosanna to God,
Glory to God in the highest
And His praises they chant strong and loud.

In this bright, beautiful home eternal
Each and all are of one accord.
It is there all try to help one another
While they continually sing praises and glory to God. 
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  Grace May Hibbs (____ - 1887)*
*Calculated relationship
Numa Cemetery
Appanoose County
Iowa, USA
Created by: Burt
Record added: May 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26735106

- Ron Rader
 Added: Jan. 17, 2016

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