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ELLIS COUNTY CAPITAL
ARNETT, OKLAHOMA
August 9, 1912
MRS. ANNA REED DEAD

Miss Anna Dittmeyer was born in Wisconsin, March 20th, 1861, and died at the St. Francis Hospital, in Wichita, Kansas, Tuesday morning, July 30th, 1912.

Miss Dittmeyer was married to John Reed, September 16th, 1876,to which union seven children were born, five daughters and two sons, three of whom were with her at the time of her death. The family moved to Day county, what is now Ellis county, ten years ago, Mr. Reed died August 21st, 1909, and was laid to rest in the cemetery near their home. Mrs. Reed kept the home together and continued to live on the homestead until severe illness compelled her to go the hospital, where death claimed her. The body was brought back home and laid to rest in the cemetery by the side of her husband. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. M. Aller, of the M. E. Church of Arnett.

Not for her our tears! rather let us crown her grave with garlands, few of us will live as long or as well, and fewer yet will the Angel of Death greet with such a loving touch.


Submitted by: Gordon Richard


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