|Birth: ||Sep. 29, 1855|
|Death: ||Jan. 14, 1899|
Flora Miranda Whitman was born at Abbott's Corner, Province of Quebec, Canada, September 30, 1855, and died at her home in this city, Saturday, January 14, 1899, aged 43 years, three months and 18 days. The deceased was united in marriage to Chandler C. Abbott, March 10, 1874, at the home of her father in Canada. She joined the Baptist church and made a profession of religion soon after her marriage. In 1879 they removed to Kansas, and settled in Goffs in February, 1880. Then she united with the Christian church ... In 1891 the family moved to this city .... she leaves a husband and three children, a son, Clarence C., and two daughters, Bertha Mae and Lena Maude. Mrs. Abbott was sick only about one week. The disease was heart trouble .... Mrs. Abbott's death was the first that had occurred in the family. The Holton Recorder, January 19, 1899.
.... leaves beside her husband and children, a brother, S. H. Whitman, of Corning, and her father and mother, living in Canada ... The Holton Weekly Signal, January 18, 1899.
... formerly a resident of our city. Mr. C. C. Abbott with his wife and child came from Canada to Netawaka in the latter part of 1878 or early in 1879, and resided in the second story of the building now occupied by Judge Neal .... The Netawaka Herald, January 27, 1899.
Personals. Rev. S. L. Allison was called to Corning Tuesday to officiate at the funeral of the nine months old child of S. H. Whitman. Mr. Whitman is a brother of the late Mrs. C. C. Abbott. The Tribune, March 10, 1899.
Plot: Section F
Created by: Thomas Mick
Record added: Aug 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29397006
Added: Feb. 15, 2014