Clipped From Freeport Journal-Standard
DEATHS MM. Emma Q. Kfspe Mrs. R, J. Carnahftn, 1314 Wtei Stephenson street, received word today of the deftth of heir mother Mrs. Emma Carman Krape, 82 widow of the late Dr. W. W, Krape who died suddenly at Lynn Haven Fla. It Is presumed that Mrs Krape suffered a heart attack, although although no details regarding her sudden taking off were received Here. The daughter received a letter letter only yesterday from her mother, who indicated she Was in her usual health and was enjoying the delightful delightful Florida climate. Mrs. Krape iiad, for the past several years, resided resided in Preep6rt during the summer, summer, but spent the winter months at Lynn Haven. She left Preeport six weeks ago for Florida, after having spent the summer icre. The past summer was one of the most enjoyable Mrs. Krapc had experienced Jn some years, as she md with her In her Freeport home ier great-grandson, Leland Carna- mn Cowls, ifon of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Lewis, "Ashland, Ky., the child's mother being the former tfary Carnahan, granddaughter of Mrs. Krape. Emma Carman wa« born at 3rookville, Ogle county, Mar. If), I85B, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Oarman. She was united n marriage to Dr. W. W. Krape, ?.o!0, In 1874. They resided at Polo .hrec years, after which they moved ,o Freeport. Mrs. Krapc's husband was a Civil war veteran, founder of the Knights of the Olobo and the nan who established Krape park icre many years ago. He practiced dentistry .in Freoport for many years. Surviving Mrs. Krape are two Children, Mrs. R. J. Carnahan, p reeport, and William a, Krape, Denver, Colo. There are also five grandchildren, Mrs. Leland i Lewis, Ajshland, Ky.; William Roscdc Carnahan, who is a law student at Washington & Lee university, Lex- ngton, Va.; Josephine McCormlck Krape, William McCormlck Krape and John Oarman Krape, all of Denver, Colo. There is also the one great-grandchild. Mrs, Krape was a charter member member of the First English Lutheran hurch of Freeport and also was a nembcr of the local chapter of D. A. R. Her husband passed away bout 10 years ago. For several ears he was publisher of the Freeport Freeport Evening Standard. The body is being brought to 'reeport, but the time of arrival IBS not been learned.