|Birth: ||Dec. 12, 1882|
|Death: ||Jul. 5, 1930|
SARAH ADAMSON IS SUMMONED BY DEATH
Well Known Resident of Plano Died at 11 a.m. Today Result of Complications
Sarah Adamson, 46 years of age, and the wife of W. H. Adamson, of Plano, died at 11 a.m. today following a nervous breakdown complicated by sinus trouble.
Mrs. Adamson was well known over the county and especially in the vicinities of Mystic, Plano, North Bend and vicinity. Her death brings sorrow to a wide circle of friends and relatives.
Mrs. Adamson was born near Dixon, Tenn., where she lived until she was grown to young womanhood. It so happened that while on a visit to the home of her sister, Mrs. Elphia Kelly, of Houston, Texas, several years ago, that she met W. H. Adamson, of this county, who had gone to Texas and had found employment there. The meeting ripened into deep friendship and December 12, 1916, she came to this county and the day after her arrival, united in marriage with Mr. Adamson. The young couple settled at North Bend on the old Temple Homestead. After a short time there they moved to the Frank Luse place at Mystic and lived in and about Mystic for some time. Later they moved to Plano where they operated the telephone exchange for three years, Mrs. Adamson being in charge of the switchboard.
Mrs. Adamson has been a member of the Christian church and was an earnest worker. In death she leaves her husband, two sisters, Mrs. M. E. Corbett of Texas, Mrs. Elphia Kelly of Oklahoma, and three brothers, J. G. and C. A., of Oklahoma, and A.M., of Texas.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 o'clock at the Christian church at Plano with the Rev. York presiding.
Sarah Adamson, wife of W. H. Adamson of Plano, was born in Tennessee December 12, 1883.
She died at 11:00 a.m. July 5, 1930, at the age of 46 years.
Mrs. Adamson was loved and liked by all who knew her. She was always ready to help others and will be missed by a wide circle of friends and relatives. She leaves her husband, three brothers and two sisters, besides other relatives and friends to mourn her death.
Two brothers, J. G. and C. A. Miller, and a sister, Mrs. Kelly from Tulsa, Okla., are here. One brother and sister were unable to come.
Sister Adamson, in early life, confessed Jesus Christ as her personal Saviour, and was buried with Him in christian baptism, and has ever lived in the faith, never becoming tired of the way. She was always ready and anxious to serve her Lord in every way possible. Always with a smile, in a tireless manner, looking for something to do to make others happy and life easier. Truly a good woman has fallen among our ranks.
Funeral services were conducted by Elder H. T. York, Monday, July 7, at the Plano Church of Christ at 2:00 p.m. Interment in Concord cemetery.
Iowa, Marriages, 1809-1992
birth: 1890 Tennessee
marriage: 12 Dec 1916 Mystic
parents: Henry Miller, Sarah Jane Chaille
spouse: W. H. Adamson
groom's name: W. H. Adamson
groom's birthplace: Numa, Iowa
bride's name: Sarah Miller
bride's birth date: 1890
bride's birthplace: Tennessee
bride's age: 26
marriage date: 12 Dec 1916
marriage place: Mystic
groom's father's name: Henry Adamson
bride's father's name: Henry Miller
bride's mother's name: Sarah Jane Chaille
groom's race: White
bride's race: White
indexing project (batch) number: M86642-5
system origin: Iowa-VR
source film number: 1674115
Henry Miller (1834 - 1903)
Sarah Jane Chaille Miller (1840 - 1895)
William Harrison Adamson (1857 - 1943)*
Created by: Burt
Record added: Jan 23, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24133080