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Felecia Hemans <I>Ross</I> Johnson

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Felecia Hemans Ross Johnson

Birth
Addison, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
4 Apr 1926 (aged 77)
New York County, New York, USA
Burial
Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section 16
Memorial ID
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MRS. SULLIVAN JOHNSON
Mrs. Felecia Hemans (nee Ross) Johnson, widow of Sullivan Johnson and former resident of Pittsburgh, died yesterday, April 4, 1926 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Graham (Edna Jane) Dale, in New York City.
Mrs. Johnson was born April 26, 1845 in Addison, Somerset County, a daughter of the late General Moses Andrew Ross and Cynthia Anne Mitchell, and resided on the North Side for many years, removing to New York recently.
She was one of the founders of the Pittsburgh Y. W. C. A., Twentieth Century Club and the Pittsburgh Chapter , Daughters of the American Revolution; founder of the Dolly Madison Chapter, Daughters of 1812, of which she was Honorary President at the time of her death. Mrs. Ross was a member of the Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church of the North Side.
She leaves three daughters, Miss Thea Sullivan Johnson of New York City, Mrs. Edna Jane (Robert Graham) Dale, also of New York City, and Mrs. Marguerite LeMaire (Unger) Wilson of Kentucky Avenue, East End, Pittsburgh.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Samson's Mortuary, Neville Street. Interment at Allegheny Cemetery.
Excerpts from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Monday, April 5, 1926 - Page 12.
(contributor-Bess Jr ID 48590548)
MRS. SULLIVAN JOHNSON
Mrs. Felecia Hemans (nee Ross) Johnson, widow of Sullivan Johnson and former resident of Pittsburgh, died yesterday, April 4, 1926 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Graham (Edna Jane) Dale, in New York City.
Mrs. Johnson was born April 26, 1845 in Addison, Somerset County, a daughter of the late General Moses Andrew Ross and Cynthia Anne Mitchell, and resided on the North Side for many years, removing to New York recently.
She was one of the founders of the Pittsburgh Y. W. C. A., Twentieth Century Club and the Pittsburgh Chapter , Daughters of the American Revolution; founder of the Dolly Madison Chapter, Daughters of 1812, of which she was Honorary President at the time of her death. Mrs. Ross was a member of the Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church of the North Side.
She leaves three daughters, Miss Thea Sullivan Johnson of New York City, Mrs. Edna Jane (Robert Graham) Dale, also of New York City, and Mrs. Marguerite LeMaire (Unger) Wilson of Kentucky Avenue, East End, Pittsburgh.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Samson's Mortuary, Neville Street. Interment at Allegheny Cemetery.
Excerpts from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Monday, April 5, 1926 - Page 12.
(contributor-Bess Jr ID 48590548)


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