31 Oct 1914 Obituary-Olsen, Lucinda Hannah Carr

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lan- a of A Disber- Oblhierj. Lucinda Hannah Carr-OIsen Carr-OIsen Carr-OIsen died at her home at 117 West Second Street. October 25th. 1914, after an Illness of about three months. She as born April 25th. 1S51. in McHenry county. Illinois, and when eleven years of age 6he with her parents, Clark and Rhodie Carr. moved to Clarkuville. Iowa. While there she met and amr- amr- ried Peter M. Olsen. January 21st. 1ST2. and they lived there until the fall of 1S79 when they came to Junction City and have made their home during the past thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five ye.irs. Nine child ren were born to them, of which six survive. Charles O. and Walter Olsen. and Mrs. Alice Goss of Kansas City. Kan., and Mrs. Rhoda Sehonberner Mrs. Luclna Armstrong and William Olsen of this city, and Clark Carr and Mrs. Juli.i Smith, brother and sister, of Clarksville, Iowa, also survive her. Mrs. Olsen was a member of the Presbyterian church and Central Council 54 Knights and Ladies of Se curity. During her long residence In this city she had formed a large circle of friends who knew her to be a woman woman of womanly Ideal, living for those she loved with no selfish motives. The funer;! was held from the residence, conducted by Rev. A. H. Hnrshaw. D. I)., assisted by Rev. Hart at 2 o'clock p. m. The remains were Interred in Highland cemetery, thus closing the career of another Kansas pioneer who has helped to make it a good placo to live in. my I eil

Clipped from The Junction City Daily Union31 Oct 1914, SatPage 3

The Junction City Daily Union (Junction City, Kansas)31 Oct 1914, SatPage 3
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