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Narcissa Herron Obit 1847 - 1905 per Mason city Globe Gazette in IA 13 Apr 1948
ACKLEY PIONEER DIES IN ARIZONA Mrs. Narcissa Herron Succumbs at Past 100 Ackley — Brief prayer service for Mrs. Narcissa Brower Herron, 100, who died in Globe, Ariz., were conducted at the grave Sunday Sunday in the Oakwood cemetery by the Rev. J. H. Thaden. Mrs. Hen on, born Aug. 23, 1847, in southeastern Ohio, and came to Ackley with her parents as a young girl making their home on a farm just south of Ackley. "While living here she was very active in the First Presbyterian church and its societies, having been a'charter member of the Missionary Missionary society, and alio wa.s iho first Sunday school teacher of W. T. S. Rath and the late Will Francis. Francis. Her husband, the Rev. Andrew Herron, who was at one time a minister here, died Jan. 26, 1905. and was buried here in Oakwood cemetery, as were also her parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Brower. A brother, Dr. E. Brower, was at .one time OH the Iowa State f Tlcvv* *• r\ t l-mmi.-I IT*: 41-. ( f- ,-. I „ * _ T^» . - T71 Dental board, with the late Dr. F. H. Rule, father of Otis Rule. Mrs. Herron was the mother of Ralph E. Herron, editor and manager ot the Arizona Record at Globe. Ariz., and a daughter, Mrs. A. L. Wells, lives at Brewstcr, Minn. Mrs. Herron, while in Arizona, was the organizer of the World Day of Prayer, and of 2 Presby- I.erials, one in Iowa and one in Texas. She was a graduate of Adrian Adrian college, Adrian, Mich., and received her bachelor of science degree in 1870 and 5 years later, her master of science degree.