Mrs. Ader Ann Clubb Bollinger Co
- Mrs. Ader Ann Clubb, widow of William
D. Clubb, was born in Middle
Tennessee, in 1855.
She is a daughter of Thomas and
Baker, both natives of Tennessee, born in 1831 and 1827,
They were married in their native State, and resided on a
they sought a home in Southeast Missouri. Here, amid all the
of frontier life, by energy and industry they established a
In 1873, after a life of great usefulness, Thomas
His widow, the companion of his manhood, still survives, and at
of sixty-one years is reasonably strong.
She and three
of her children
reside three miles south of Lutesville.
Mr. and Mrs.
Clubb were married
in 1874, and after twelve years of married life he died on
Mr. Clubb was a farmer, and by industry and
frugality had just
gained sufficient wealth to live in comfort, when he was called
up a pleasant home and enter into the happiness of that more
Mrs. Clubb has four bright, intelligent
Cora E., Ermina Lee, William M. and Bertha Ann.
family still reside
on the home farm.
Mrs. Clubb is a consistent member of
Episcopal Church South.
Her husband was also a member
of the same
church. [p. 826]
Goodspeed's History of
Southeast Missouri, [p. 826]