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 Angelina Theresa <I>Read</I> Stote

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Angelina Theresa Read Stote

Birth
England
Death
17 Dec 1914 (aged 81)
Russell, Lucas County, Iowa, USA
Burial
Russell, Lucas County, Iowa, USA
Plot
Section 3 Row 12 Grave 5
Memorial ID
39490855 View Source

Wife of Amos Hall Stote. Daughter of Charles and Eliza Read

OBITUARY

THE CHARITON LEADER
Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, December 24, 1914

RUSSELL ITEMS

Angelina Theresa Read was born in England April 15th, 1833 and passed from this life at her home in Russell on Dec. 17, 1914.

In 1860 she was married to Amos Hall Stote, and in 1870 they came to the United States to make their future home. Eight children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Stote, two of whom died in infancy.

The six who survive are Kate E. Stote, who remained at home with her parents, Mrs. R. G. Kimble, of Galesburg, Ill., W. H. Stote, of Colorado Springs, Colo., Dr. F. C. Stote, of Chariton, Iowa, Dr. A. B. Stote, of Kansas City, F. Amos Stote, of New York City, N.Y.

During the last 13 years, Mrs. Stote has made her home in Russell, Iowa. Mr. Stote died a little over a year ago, after nearly fifty years of service in the ministry of the Baptist church.

Mrs. Stote leaves behind her the sweet fragrance of a beautiful christian life, which shall long live in the hearts of her many friends, who join with the members of her family, not only in mourning her loss, but in rejoicing in her joyful translation to her eternal rest.

The funeral services were conducted by the pastor of the Presbyterian church, assisted by the pastor of the M. E. church of Russell. Burial was made in the Russell cemetery.

Wife of Amos Hall Stote. Daughter of Charles and Eliza Read

OBITUARY

THE CHARITON LEADER
Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, December 24, 1914

RUSSELL ITEMS

Angelina Theresa Read was born in England April 15th, 1833 and passed from this life at her home in Russell on Dec. 17, 1914.

In 1860 she was married to Amos Hall Stote, and in 1870 they came to the United States to make their future home. Eight children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Stote, two of whom died in infancy.

The six who survive are Kate E. Stote, who remained at home with her parents, Mrs. R. G. Kimble, of Galesburg, Ill., W. H. Stote, of Colorado Springs, Colo., Dr. F. C. Stote, of Chariton, Iowa, Dr. A. B. Stote, of Kansas City, F. Amos Stote, of New York City, N.Y.

During the last 13 years, Mrs. Stote has made her home in Russell, Iowa. Mr. Stote died a little over a year ago, after nearly fifty years of service in the ministry of the Baptist church.

Mrs. Stote leaves behind her the sweet fragrance of a beautiful christian life, which shall long live in the hearts of her many friends, who join with the members of her family, not only in mourning her loss, but in rejoicing in her joyful translation to her eternal rest.

The funeral services were conducted by the pastor of the Presbyterian church, assisted by the pastor of the M. E. church of Russell. Burial was made in the Russell cemetery.


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