Anna Taylor <I>Elliott</I> Irvine

Anna Taylor Elliott Irvine

Kentucky, USA
Death 1913 (aged 63–64)
Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas, USA
Burial Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas, USA
Memorial ID 18930361 · View Source
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Mrs. A.T. Irvine, the mother of Mrs. W.C. Lansdon of this city died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Stack in Woodworth , La. , last night at twelve o’clock of heart failure. She had been in very frail health for a long time and a fatal termination of her illness was not unexpected.

Mrs. Irvine was the widow of Colonel W.A. Irvine, a distinguished confederate soldier who was an officer in Morgan’s famous cavalry corps. Col. and Mrs. Irvine came to Kansas in pioneer days and were among the first settlers at Pawnee Rock in Pawnee County , Kansas . For many months Mrs. Irvine was the only white woman at Pawnee Rock. Colonel Irvine died about 10 years ago and is buried at Fort. Scott.

Mrs. Irvine left five children to mourn her death; Mrs. W.C. Lansdon of Salina, Mrs. Robert Stack of Woodworth , La. , Mrs. A.S. Reed of Cushing Ok., William Irvine of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Katheryn Irvine of Woodworth, La. She was a woman of remarkably strong character, great intellectual ability and extremely lovable disposition.

from the Fort Scott Monitor -

Anna died in Rapides Parish Louisiana. She was reburied in Ft. Scott, Kansas. Sec 5 Lot 78

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  • Created by: Suzi Dewsnap Terrell
  • Added: 14 Apr 2007
  • Find a Grave Memorial 18930361
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Anna Taylor Elliott Irvine (1849–1913), Find a Grave Memorial no. 18930361, citing Evergreen Cemetery, Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas, USA ; Maintained by Suzi Dewsnap Terrell (contributor 46902002) .