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Obituary- Tate, Anna

Death of Mrs. Tate
Mrs. Anna Tate, aged 26 years and 9 days, daughter of Mrs. J.H. Lillard passed away Monday morning at 11:30 o'clock after an illness of about fourteen months, two months of which she had been bedfast. Mrs. Tate was brought here just two weeks ago, June 25, to be with her mother until the end came. Death was due to tuberculosis.

Mrs. Tate was born in Rossville June 29, 1892 the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Lillard, and left here when she was about eight years old with her parents when they moved to Topeka. Since her marriage she had lived in Kansas City and Oklahoma. She was brought here from her home at Okmulgee, Okla.

The funeral was held yesterday at 2:30 p.m. from the Methodist church, the services conducted by the Rev. Emerson, of the Adventist church in Topeka. The body was laid to rest in Rossville cemetery.

Mrs. Tate is survived by her husband, James Tate, one daughter, from a former marriage, her mother, Mrs. J.H. Lillard; five brothers, John, James, Chris and Bradley of Rossville and Rufus, of Silver Lake and two sisters, Mrs. Ophelia Lane of Kansas City and Mrs. Martha Shroder, of Bloomington, Ill.

[From the Rossville Reporter, Thursday, 11 Jul 1918]


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