|Birth: ||May 1, 1830|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Mar. 11, 1922|
Death Takes Most Aged Pioneer of Deerfield
Hanna S. Rose was born at Dryden, Tompkins Co., New York, May 1, 1830. At the age of 18 she was married to Abel Parker. In 1848 they came to Wisconsin, stopping at Manchester for about a year, then coming to Deerfield, Waushara County and located the homestead where she lived about 73 years and there passed away on March 11, 1922.
To this union eight children were born, four boys and four girls, of whom five survive. Mrs. Phoebe Moore, Plainfield, Mrs. Olive Brown, Hancock, H. H. Parker at the old home, Byron Parker, of Ripon and Mrs. W. P. Stevens of Wautoma. The husband died 22 years ago. Since then the subject has been cared for by her son and grandchildren at the old house.
Besides the five children, deceased is also survived by thirty -one grandchildren, fifty- one great grandchildren, three great great grandchildren, and one brother, DJ. HO. Rose of New field, New York.
The life of "grandma" Parker covered a long and useful span, and many there are who could truly "rise up and call her blessed" for the many helpful acts and kindly ministrations she performed from the earliest pioneer days down to quite recent years.
Funeral services were conducted at the house Monday afternoon, Rev. Cook of Hancock, Officiating, and interment was made in the family lot of Fish Lake cemetery.
Abel Parker (1813 - 1900)
Olive Amanda Parker Brown (1855 - 1951)*
Fish Lake Cemetery
Maintained by: Spirit In The Sky
Originally Created by: David Harry Penke
Record added: Jun 10, 2001
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