The Mount Ayr Record-News, 1922
OBITUARY - MRS. JANE KIMBALL.
Mary Jane CUTSHALL, daughter of Philip and Hannah CUTSHALL, was born May 13, 1843, in Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania, and departed
this life November 24, 1922, aged seventy-nine years, six months and eleven days. In the spring of 1862 she moved with her parents to Johnston county, Iowa,
where they resided till the fll of the same year when they moved to Union county. She was united in marriage to Rufus Osmore KIMBALL
February 6, 1872, and to this union were born five children all of whom are living and were at her bedside during her last illness. Her husband died January 22,
1895. The greater part of her married life was spent in Ringgold county with the exception of two years spent in Missouri and one in Kansas. She confessed her
faith in Christ and united with the Methodist Episcopal church at Douglas, Kan., in the winter of 1889. After the death of her husband she has made her home
with her children. The following children survive her: Mrs. Arthur MILLER, of near Redding; Mrs. Mabel WALSTON, of near Delphos; and George M., Clarence G.
and Blanche in the home; also the following step-children: W. C. KIMBALL, of Mount Ayr, Iowa; L. B. KIMBAL (sic), of Farley, Iowa; Mrs. Emma STEWART, of Leetonia, Ohio;
and Mrs. Effie FORDYCE, of New Concord, Ohio. The last named was present at ther death. She also leaves two brothers and one sister, Amon CUTSHALL, of Kansas City,
Kan.; Jacob CUTSHALL, of near Benton,and Elizabeth CUTSHALL, of near Kent, Iowa. She had been a patient sufferer for two
years, finally contracting a severe cold which developed into pneumonia causing her death after a three days' illness. All that loving hands could do was done with
no avail and her spirit returned to God who gave it.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the Methodist church, conducted
by Rev. Jay KIRKENDALL, and the body was laid to rest in Rose Hill cemetery.Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and words of sympathy to us during the sickness and death of
our dear mother; also Mr. and Mrs. Roy SPURRIER for the beautiful flowers.
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