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Lucinda Moore Patterson

Birth
Iroquois County, Illinois, USA
Death
26 May 1906 (aged 71)
Iroquois County, Illinois, USA
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MRS. PATTERSON DIES AT IROQUOIS
Lingering Illness Causes Death of a Good Woman

Mrs. Lucinda Moore Patterson, widow of Aaron Patterson, Sr., died at the home of her son, Aaron Patterson, Jr., in Iroquois Saturday. Mrs. Patterson died after a lingering illness. The funeral was held Monday from the residence, conducted by Rev. Carney, of the Iroquois M. E. church. The burial took place in the Belmont cemetery. The following obituary and tribute to her life was kindly sent in by her pastor:
Mrs. Patterson was born near Watseka, IL, April 4, 1835. She was married to Aaron Patterson in April 1852. To this union was born twelve children, five of whom are still living; Foster A., Mrs. Jennie Blandin, George W., and Lewis A., besides nine grandchildren.
The first three years of their life were spent in Watseka; from there they moved to Iowa, then to Kansas, and from there to IL, where they lived until death called her, May 26, 1906. Her husband died in Kansas Feb. 22, 1892.
While yet in her girlhood she united with the Methodist church, and ever afterward lived a consistent Christian life. She was a devoted mother, and counted herself a friend to everyone. She leaves three sisters and one brother: Mrs. Sarah Fultz of Watseka; Mrs. Lois Denton of Hopkins Park; Mrs. Nancy Wills of Kansas; and Andrew J. Moore of Cairo, IL.
Her health had been failing the past six months, and she gradually grew worse until the end came and God in his wonderful mercy called her to himself.

MRS. PATTERSON DIES AT IROQUOIS
Lingering Illness Causes Death of a Good Woman

Mrs. Lucinda Moore Patterson, widow of Aaron Patterson, Sr., died at the home of her son, Aaron Patterson, Jr., in Iroquois Saturday. Mrs. Patterson died after a lingering illness. The funeral was held Monday from the residence, conducted by Rev. Carney, of the Iroquois M. E. church. The burial took place in the Belmont cemetery. The following obituary and tribute to her life was kindly sent in by her pastor:
Mrs. Patterson was born near Watseka, IL, April 4, 1835. She was married to Aaron Patterson in April 1852. To this union was born twelve children, five of whom are still living; Foster A., Mrs. Jennie Blandin, George W., and Lewis A., besides nine grandchildren.
The first three years of their life were spent in Watseka; from there they moved to Iowa, then to Kansas, and from there to IL, where they lived until death called her, May 26, 1906. Her husband died in Kansas Feb. 22, 1892.
While yet in her girlhood she united with the Methodist church, and ever afterward lived a consistent Christian life. She was a devoted mother, and counted herself a friend to everyone. She leaves three sisters and one brother: Mrs. Sarah Fultz of Watseka; Mrs. Lois Denton of Hopkins Park; Mrs. Nancy Wills of Kansas; and Andrew J. Moore of Cairo, IL.
Her health had been failing the past six months, and she gradually grew worse until the end came and God in his wonderful mercy called her to himself.


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