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Zimmerman - Harriet Morrison

Source: Crawfordsville Journal 17 Jan 1933

Ladoga, Jan 17 - Mrs. Harriet Jane MORRISON Zimmerman, widow of the late Benjamin F. ZIMMERMAN and a well known resident of this community, died at her home in Ladoga, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock following a short illness. Plural pneumonia with which Mrs. Zimmerman had been suffering since Jan 8 caused her death. Mrs. Zimmerman was born near New Ross on May 22, 1870 a daughter of Allen and Elvira ROUTH MORRISON. She was united in marriage to Mr. Zimmerman April 7, 1897 in Crawfordsville. Her husband preceded her in death on July 22, 1930. The deceased was a member of the Ladoga Christian Church and Rebekah Lodge. Her entire life was passed in this community. Survivors are one son, Owen at home; one step daughter, Mrs. Ernest Everhart, Indianapolis; one step son, Barney Zimmerman, Akron, Ohio; two granddaughters, Marcella Zimmerman and Romona Everhart; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Clark of near North Salem; Miss Lucy Morrison of near New Ross, 3 brothers, Vora and Robert, of near New Ross and Jack of Goodrick, Kansas. Funeral services will be conducted at the Ladoga Christian Church at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon and will be in charge of Rev. David McNALLY, pastor assisted by Rev. SG Smith. Interment will take place in Ladoga Cemetery. Rebekas will be in charge of the service at the cemetery.

Source: Crawfordsville Journal 1-21-1933 Ladoga, Jan 20
Impressive funeral services were held for Mrs. Harriet Zimmerman from the Ladoga Christian Church on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. David McNalley the local pastor in charge. He was assisted by Rev SG Smith. A quartet composed of Miss Carrie Robbins; Mrs. Lee Brookshire; Mark Shackelford and Ira Mullikan sang, Going Down the Valley; Beautiful Isle; and The Old Rugged Cross with Mrs. Norman Brown at the piano. Pall bearers were Herman Scott; Ralph Strickler; Simpson Wills; William McCaw; Wallace Barker and EE Caldwell. Flower bearers were Mrs. Simpson Wills; Mrs. Robert Himes; Miss Mary Caldwell; Mrs. Wallace Parker; Mrs. Otis Roberts and Mrs Ramona Everhart. The Rebekah Lodge gave the services and interment was made in Ladoga Cemetery.
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