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Giles Mabie [39185]
(1804-1900)
Lucy Case [37911]
(1808-)
James Riley Anthony [37915]
(1820-1900)
Marilla Harriet Mabie [37914]
(1826-1910)
Minnie Adelaide Anthony [37905]
(1858-1933)

 

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Minnie Adelaide Anthony [37905]

  • Born: 17 Jun 1858, Rockford, Floyd County, Iowa, USA
  • Died: 16 Jan 1933, 209 East 1st Avenue, Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming at age 74 10705
  • Buried: Aft 19 Jan 1933, Linwood Cemetery, Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa. USA 10706
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bullet  General Notes:

From the Maybee Society files. Not all data is verified. Say dates are estimates and are probably within 20 years. The Maybee Society keeps its data on The Master Genealogist�, and has been modified by Gary Hester?s WIT2NOTE� to form the GedCom file. This information is also available in a TMG file.

bullet  Death Notes:

1. Place of Death: Laramie County, District #1, Cheyenne, 209
East 1st Avenue.;
2. Full Name: Minnie Anthony McElheran, 209 East 1st Ave.;
3. Sex: F;
4. Race: White;
5. Widowed;
6. Date of Birth: June 17, 1858;
7. Age: 74 years, 6 months, 30 days;
8. Housewife;
12. Birthplace: Rockford, Iowa; FATHER:
13. Name: James Anthony,
14. Birthplace: Ohio [sic]; MOTHER:
15. Maiden Name: Marilla Mason [sic];
16. Birthplace: Ohio [sic];
17. Informant: Mrs. Earl M. Benton, 222 West 1st Avenue;
18. Removal: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jan. 19, 1933;
19. Undertaker: Hobbs, H_______, F______?, Cheyenne, Wy.;
20. Filed: Jan 17, 1933, N.C. Nelson, County Registrar;
21. Date of Death: 1/16, 1933;
22. I Hereby Certify, That I attended deceased from Nov. 26,
1933 to 1/16/33; I last saw her alive on 1/16/33; The
princiapal cause of death and related causes of importance were
as follows: cerebral hemorrahage; Other contributory causes of
importance: arterioscierosis; CN Beard, MD ?

bullet  Burial Notes:

"Minnie Anthony McElheran June 17, 1858 Jan 16, 1933
OES/DAR"

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Census, Bet 1860 and 1920. 7453 1860 US, Iowa, Linn, Cedar Rapids, Cedar Rapids PO; Page #137;
17 Aug 1860; Dwelling #978, Family #939; line #16; "Minnie A
(Anthony)"; Age = 2, Female, (White); Place of Birth = Iowa.
1870 US, Iowa, Linn, Cedar Rapids, Cedar Rapids PO, Ward #4;
Page #134; 29 Jun 1870; Dwelling #906, Family #948; line #5;
"(Anthony), Minnie"; Age = 11, Female, White; Place of Birth =
Iowa; Attended school within year.
1880 US, Iowa, Linn, Cedar Rapids, Ward #6; Page #48, SD #2, ED
#255; 1 Jun 1880; Ontario Street, Dwelling #119, Family #121;
line 29; "(McElheran), Minnie"; White, Female, Age = 25; Wife;
Married; Nativity of Person = Ohio [sic], Father = Ohio [sic],
Mother = Illinois [sic]; copy owned b GMA CENSUS: 1885 Iowa,
Linn, Cedar Rapids; not found in record
1895 Iowa, Linn, Cedar Rapids, Ward #2; #146; Dwelling #521,
Family #577; line #25; "Minnie (McElheran)"; Age = 38, White,
Female, Married; Place of Birth = Iowa; Keeping House;
Presbyterian.
1900 US, Iowa, Linn, Rapids, Cedar Rapids City, 4th Ward; SD
#78, ED #98, Sheet 1B; 1 Jun 1900; Second Avenue West, House
#321, Dwelling #15, Family #15; line #58; "(McElheran), Minnie
A"; Wife; White, Female, Date of Birth = Jun 1857, Age = 42,
Married 23 years, 5 children/5 living; Nativity of Person =
Iowa, Father = Ohio [sic], Mother = Illinois [sic] Can read,
write, speak English.
1905 Iowa, Linn, Rapids, Cedar Rapids, Ward #4; Book C, Card
#86; "M. A. McElheran, 210 So. 5th St. W."
1920 US, Wyoming, Laramie, Cheyenne City, Ward #2; SD #2, ED
#39, Sheet #1B; 3rd Jan 1920; Warren Avenue, House #1916,
Dwelling #11, Family #14; line #73; "McElheran, Minnie";
Mother-in-Law [?]; Female, White, Age = 63, Widowed; Can read
and write; Nativity of Person = Iowa, Father = Ohio [sic],
Mother = New York; Can speak English; Occupation = None.

Residence, 4 Feb 1926, 206 East Pershing Blvd, Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming. 10707 Descendant of Corporal John Dyer; living with daughter, Ruth

Obituary, 16 Jan 1933, Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming, USA. 10708 "MINNIE M'ELHERAN EXPIRES MONDAY;
Mrs. Minnie McElheran died Monday morning at her home at 209
East First Avenue. She was the mother of Mrs. Earl Benton and
Mrs. John Lyhane, both of Cheyenne. "Funeral services will be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benton at 10 a. m. Wednesday,
with the Rev. Robert T. Caldwell officiating. The body will be
sent to her old home at Cedar Rapids, Ia., for burial in the
family lot. "Mrs. McElheran, who was 75, was a prominent member
of the Daughters of the American Revolution, of First
Presbyterian Church and of Mizpah Chapter, Order of Eastern
Star. She had lived in Cheyenne for the past 14 years. She
was born in Rockford, Ia., June 17, 1858, and received her
education at Cedar Rapids. "In addition to her two daughters in
Cheyenne she is survived by a son, Archie, of Springfield, Ill;
a sister, Mrs. E. O. Edson of Los Angeles; a brother, George
Anthony of Baltimore, and six grandchildren. "Hobbs, Huckfeldt
and Finkbiner are in charge of the Cheyenne services."; copy
owned by GMA




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