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Olive Mae "Bah" Agnew
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Birth: Dec. 3, 1882
Whiteside County
Illinois, USA
Death: Aug. 7, 1962
Cedar Rapids
Linn County
Iowa, USA


OLIVE MAE AGNEW , widow of the late John E. Agnew, and formerly of this area, died Tuesday night in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emil Zadnicek, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, following a brief illness. The body was taken to the Turner Funeral home and will be returned to Sterling for burial. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Melvin Funeral Home, Sterling. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Olive Mae Agnew was born Dec. 3 1882 in Sterling. She was a member of the English Lutheran Church of Sterling and the King's Daughters of Galt. Other survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Edwin W. Chase, of Sarasota, Fla., and Mrs. Earl Watson, Haines City, Fla.; a son John E. Agnew, Jr., of San Lorenzo, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Theron Lerdall of Dixon, nine grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

Contriubted by Melva L. Taylor from The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois August 8, 1962 - Wednesday, pg 6 col 1 
Family links: 
  John Edwin Agnew (1877 - 1953)*
  Jennie Evelyn Agnew Zadnichek (1902 - 1978)*
  Charmian Stacey Agnew Chase (1906 - 1991)*
  Gene Mae Agnew Watson (1908 - 1993)*
  John Edwin Agnew (1915 - 1989)*
*Calculated relationship
Riverside Cemetery
Whiteside County
Illinois, USA
Maintained by: Willard Watson
Originally Created by: Kurt Johnson
Record added: Aug 20, 2011
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Olive Mae Bah Agnew
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Olive Mae Bah Agnew
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Olive Mae Bah Agnew
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- Kurt Johnson
 Added: Aug. 7, 2013

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