Hannah Hoobler Mikel Quick. The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Il.. 19 Sep 1932, Mon. Page 3.
Mrs. Hannah Quick Dies in Streator Mon- a. m. Sunday at" the home of her sister, Mr. G. W. Holland, nar the family homestead, Streator. She was born near Streator, the daughter of John D and Lovisa Hoohler. She was married to William Mlkel, Bloomington, on March 22, B oom ngton until 1909. Sha theni . i i. moved to Miami, Fla., where she ... y-. y-. y-. . was married to Cyrua Quick of' that city in 1927. ah i aurvivoii hv nn hrnt hr ! 132. To this union two children were born, Mrs. Gract E. Drlllon and John D. Mikel. She was married married to Richard Houghton. Bloom- Bloom- Mrs. Hannah O. Quick died at 7!ln , . 1R0. .nH (h.v .,A.A . trict secretaries: Mrs. O. L. Payne, May wood; Mrs. Thomas Baff, Wal- Wal- ;nut; Mrs. Marian Robertson, Kan-Illinois Kan-Illinois ikakee; Mrs. Bessie Lou Under-of Under-of .wood, Decatur; Mrs. Charles Evans, t Athene, and Carbondale. Mrs. Robert Atkin 1 )! Fred E. Hoobler, Chlcsgo, and two sisters, Mrs. Delia Bolton, Arkansas Arkansas City, Kan., Mrs. G. W. Holland, Streator; two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren great-grandchildren great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews Tk. r,,nral ttill ha hIH at tha ' Sumner Goodfellnw home, 401 East! can-Washington street, at 2 p. m. Tues- Tues- !day. Burial will be In Bloomington .m.tar- .m.tar-