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 Hannah Josephine <I>Lowe</I> Robb

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Hannah Josephine Lowe Robb

Birth
Estill County, Kentucky, USA
Death
4 May 1907 (aged 72)
Davis County, Iowa, USA
Burial
Unionville, Appanoose County, Iowa, USA
Plot
Row #9
Memorial ID
21421056 View Source

Hannah's death information in ancestry.com, gave her place of death as Unionville, Davis County, Iowa. Hannah's county of birth had been entered in by the original creator of this memorial.
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Obituary From "Ottumwa Tri-Weekly courier," Saturday, May 11, 1907, Image 5:

Mrs. Lowe [sic] Dies.

Blackhawk.—Mrs. Josephine Robb was born July 28, 1834, and died May 4, 1907. She was married to William Robb in 1852. To this union were born thirteen children, five of whom have already passed before their mother to that heavenly home. Mrs. Robb leaves a husband and eight children, who feel her loss very deeply. The surviving children are Clarence, Jack, Will, [sic Glnn. L 3/[email protected] Pd. Fi-Will sic - This is obviously some kind of misprint.] Glenn, Lee and Etta Robb, and Mrs. Glemma Garner of Blackhawk and Marion Robb of Missouri. All the surviving children were present at the funeral except Marion Robb of Missouri.

Mrs. Robb was a good Christian woman and all who knew her loved her. The funeral services were conducted at 1 o'clock p.m. by Rev. Donahue, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Taylor cemetery.

Hannah's death information in ancestry.com, gave her place of death as Unionville, Davis County, Iowa. Hannah's county of birth had been entered in by the original creator of this memorial.
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Obituary From "Ottumwa Tri-Weekly courier," Saturday, May 11, 1907, Image 5:

Mrs. Lowe [sic] Dies.

Blackhawk.—Mrs. Josephine Robb was born July 28, 1834, and died May 4, 1907. She was married to William Robb in 1852. To this union were born thirteen children, five of whom have already passed before their mother to that heavenly home. Mrs. Robb leaves a husband and eight children, who feel her loss very deeply. The surviving children are Clarence, Jack, Will, [sic Glnn. L 3/[email protected] Pd. Fi-Will sic - This is obviously some kind of misprint.] Glenn, Lee and Etta Robb, and Mrs. Glemma Garner of Blackhawk and Marion Robb of Missouri. All the surviving children were present at the funeral except Marion Robb of Missouri.

Mrs. Robb was a good Christian woman and all who knew her loved her. The funeral services were conducted at 1 o'clock p.m. by Rev. Donahue, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Taylor cemetery.


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