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 Mary Elizabeth <I>Quick</I> Evilsizer

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Mary Elizabeth Quick Evilsizer

Birth
Piper City, Ford County, Illinois, USA
Death
24 Aug 1964 (aged 85)
Lamar, Barton County, Missouri, USA
Burial
Iantha, Barton County, Missouri, USA
Memorial ID
75504020 View Source


Weekly Lamar Democrat, August 1964 Mrs Mary Elizabeth Evilsizer, for more than sixty years a resident of Iantha, died at her home in Iantha, at 10:30 A.M. Thursday. She would have reached her eighty-fifth birthday had she lived until the twenty fourth day of August. She had been in steadfastly failing health due to circulatory disease for the past couple of years. However she became seriously ill about three months ago. She was a patient several times in Memorial hospital and it was known there was little medical science could do to alleviate the gradual deterioration of the vital forces. The deceased was born at Piper City, Illinois, August 24, 1879, the daughter of Hart Quick and Lucy Ellen Leatherman Quick. She was married to John Walter Evilsizer June 25, 1902 at Irwin. Following their marriage they settled at Iantha in the home, in which she was to spend the remaining sixty two years of her life and where she died. The husband died May 11, 1941. Five attractive daughters all esteemed and favorably known, survive their parents. They are Miss Fay Evilsizer, Lamar elementary school principal, of the home at Iantha, Mrs Gay Payton and Mrs Dot Norton of Lamar, Mrs Zoe Houser of Piper City, Illinois and Mrs May Hart of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Two brothers, John Quick of Pekin, Illinois, Charles Quick of Dillon, Montana, four grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive. The deceased was a devoted wife and mother and the five daughters returned the devotion in full measure, lavishing every attention upon their mother. She was interested in community and civic affairs, and enjoyed the respect and affe ction of her neighbors. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The body was taken to Chiles funeral ho me to be prepared for burial. The last rites were set for 2 P.M. Saturday at the Chiles chapel. Interment will be in the Iantha Cemetery.


Weekly Lamar Democrat, August 1964 Mrs Mary Elizabeth Evilsizer, for more than sixty years a resident of Iantha, died at her home in Iantha, at 10:30 A.M. Thursday. She would have reached her eighty-fifth birthday had she lived until the twenty fourth day of August. She had been in steadfastly failing health due to circulatory disease for the past couple of years. However she became seriously ill about three months ago. She was a patient several times in Memorial hospital and it was known there was little medical science could do to alleviate the gradual deterioration of the vital forces. The deceased was born at Piper City, Illinois, August 24, 1879, the daughter of Hart Quick and Lucy Ellen Leatherman Quick. She was married to John Walter Evilsizer June 25, 1902 at Irwin. Following their marriage they settled at Iantha in the home, in which she was to spend the remaining sixty two years of her life and where she died. The husband died May 11, 1941. Five attractive daughters all esteemed and favorably known, survive their parents. They are Miss Fay Evilsizer, Lamar elementary school principal, of the home at Iantha, Mrs Gay Payton and Mrs Dot Norton of Lamar, Mrs Zoe Houser of Piper City, Illinois and Mrs May Hart of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Two brothers, John Quick of Pekin, Illinois, Charles Quick of Dillon, Montana, four grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive. The deceased was a devoted wife and mother and the five daughters returned the devotion in full measure, lavishing every attention upon their mother. She was interested in community and civic affairs, and enjoyed the respect and affe ction of her neighbors. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The body was taken to Chiles funeral ho me to be prepared for burial. The last rites were set for 2 P.M. Saturday at the Chiles chapel. Interment will be in the Iantha Cemetery.


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