The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, Oregon March 13,1903
In Hood River, March 12, 1903, Mrs. Anna Flagg, in the 79th year of her age.Funeral Saturday at 1:30 o'clock, from the Methodist - Episcopal Church.
The Hood River Glacier, Hood River, OregonMarch 20, 1903
Mrs. Anna Winton Flagg, mother of Mrs. F.E. Jackson, who died in Hood River, March 12, 1903, was born in Morris, Otsego County, New York April 7, 1824.She was married to Deloss Flagg, February 25, 1847 and in New York state, were born their five children, four sons and one daughter.
The family removed to Michigan in 1874, where Mr. Flagg died in January 1882.Mrs. Flagg came to Hood River with her daughter in 1893.
Mrs. Flagg was a member of the Methodist - Episcopal Church sincer her childhood, and for a number of years had been connected officially with the Woman's Relief Corps, and the Eastern Star.She was a pronounced character and of kindly spirit.She had a very clear mind, more than usual energy. Thus her influence was plainly marked, in all these circles where she gave her interest and her work-- in the church, in the social circle and in the entire community of Hood River.Three sons had passed on before, the one remaining, residing in Lewiston, Idaho.The funeral of Mrs. Flagg was held under the auspices of her church, the Relief Corps and the Eastern Star.
A large number of people was in attendance, tenderly paying a sincere tribute to her memory.
Before her death, to which she calmly looked, Mrs. Flagg made her own funeral arrangements.Old soldiers from Canby post fore the casket from the hearse and placed it in the grave, when the foral tribute -- the soft falling snow and the tears of sympathy impressed a picture of memory that time shall not efface. FRS +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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