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 Frances E “Fannie” <I>Wood</I> Dickinson

Frances E “Fannie” Wood Dickinson

Birth
Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, USA
Death 17 May 1921 (aged 82)
Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA
Burial Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA
Plot Section 31 Lot 4 Dickinson Family Plot (gravestone not reported during 1933 or 1986 inscription surveys or 2011 photographic survey of cemetery)
Memorial ID 101903569 · View Source
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Parents:
(per data from Ella's death certificate and Federal census tracts)
• Father: Andrew Wood, b. New York
• Mother: Sarah Fairman, b. Canada -or- Maria, b. Canada -or- Sarah M, b. Canada

Siblings buried at Union Cemetery:
William Wallace Wood (1834-1919)
Henry Clay Wood (1842-1923)
Ellen "Ella" Wood (1848-1933)
Anna M Wood (about 1852-1898)

1 Jun 1850 Federal Census:
Quincy, Adams County, Illinois
• Andrew Wood, 47, b. New York, occupation illegible, real estate value $10,000
• Sarah M Wood, 40, b. Canada
• William W Wood, 16, b. New York
Frances E Wood, 12, b. New York
• Henry G Wood, 8, b. Illinois
• Henrietta E, Wood 4 , b. Illinois
• Ellen C Wood, 2, b. Illinois
• Mary Wood, 21, b. New York

MRS. FRANCES W. DICKINSON.
Word was received here yesterday of the death Tuesday of Mrs. Frances Wood Dickinson at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Howes, Kirkwood, Mo. Mrs. Dickinson was the widow of Martin H. Dickinson, a pioneer merchant of Kansas City, and she was a resident of this city for fifty years, moving to Kirkwood three years ago. She would have been 83 years old next month. Besides Mrs. Howes, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Bayard Jones, a son, Frank M. Dickinson, both of New York City; a sister, Miss Ella Wood, and a brother, Henry Wood, both of this city. Funeral services and burial will take place here.
The Kansas City Journal
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Vol XLIII, No 346, p8, c4
Thu 19 May 1921
(originally transcribed by Harold DeGood in 1990 for Union Cemetery Historical Society)

Funeral of Mrs. Frances W. Dickinson.
Funeral services for Mrs. Frances Wood Dickinson, a pioneer resident of Kansas City, who died Tuesday in Kirkwood, Mo., will be at 2 o'clock Friday at All Souls' Unitarian church.
The Kansas City Star
Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Vol 41, No 242, p7
Thu 19 May 1921

Death certificate not found

From cemetery records:
• Dickinson, Frances E "Fannie" Wood
• Wife of Martin H Dickinson
• Died: 17 May 1921
• Burial: 20 May 1921
• Undertaker: Stine
• Burial fee: $10
• Section 31 Lot 4 Dickinson Family plot

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  • Created by: J F-B
  • Added: 8 Dec 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial 101903569
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Frances E “Fannie” Wood Dickinson (Jun 1838–17 May 1921), Find A Grave Memorial no. 101903569, citing Union Cemetery, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA ; Maintained by J F-B (contributor 47283216) .