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 Julia Ann <I>Hall</I> Anthony

Julia Ann Hall Anthony

Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 19 May 1904 (aged 75)
Longford, Clay County, Kansas, USA
Burial Clay Center, Clay County, Kansas, USA
Memorial ID 25502304 · View Source
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Julia is a daughter of Johannes "John" Hall. I have seen two names for her mother, one of them "Jutti" (last name unknown) as it appears on John's will, the other Magdelena "Mary" Buchman. A sister of Magdelena, Julia Ann Buchman, was a witness to baby Julia Ann's baptism as reported in her obituary.

The following was taken from Julia's obituary. See William's site for information about the family's migration west.

Julia died near Longford, Kansas, May 19, 1904, at 10:25 am. She was married to W.H. Anthony, February 28, 1848, in Northhampton County, Pennsylvania. Her last days were days of intense suffering, during which she often spoke words of sympathy to her husband. She was baptized in childhood in the Lutheran faith; the names of F.W. Manson and Julia Ann Buchman appear as witnesses to her baptism.

She was happily coveted to God under the labors of Reverend P. Waggoner of the Evangelical Church, with which she united and remained a faithful member till death. She leaves a sorrowing husband, four girls, three boys, twenty-two grandchildren and a large circle of friends to mourn her loss. May God grant the family a happy reunion on the Other Side. Funeral serviced by Reverend H.?. Price.

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  • Maintained by: P Jones
  • Originally Created by: K.Smith
  • Added: 24 Mar 2008
  • Find A Grave Memorial 25502304
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Julia Ann Hall Anthony (29 Mar 1829–19 May 1904), Find A Grave Memorial no. 25502304, citing Athelstane Cemetery, Clay Center, Clay County, Kansas, USA ; Maintained by P Jones (contributor 47471462) .