Hattie Haggerty


Hattie Rose (Brown) Haggerty, was born February 13, 1872 on a farm four miles east of Adair and passed away at her home in Adair at 9:30 a.m. March 1, 1938 at the age of 67 years and 16 days.

She was the daughter of H. C. and Martha Brown, who with four brothers and sisters, L.A., Minnie, Charles and an infant sister, have preceded her in death. A sister, Mrs. Daisy France of Hedrick, Iowa survives.

On October 22, 1896, she was united in marriage to James Haggerty of Walnut Grove, Ill. To this union were born five children Leo Willis who died in infancy, L. Marie Lansdown of Adair; Myrtle C Hoffman of Lewistown, Ralph C and Clarence E at home, who, with her husband mourn her loss. She leaves three grandchildren, Gerald Lansdown, Jimmy and Charlene Hoffma; besides a host of relatives and friends who are saddened by her passing.

Mrs. Haggerty spent her entire life in Adair and vicinity except for eight years after her marriage which she spent near Walnut Grove, Ill. She was a member of the Adair United Brethren church to which she was a very loyal and faithful member as long as her healthy would permit.

Funeral services were held from the U. B. church in Adair at 2:00 p.m. Friday, Rev. L. B. Henderich officiating. Interment in Bushnell cemetery.


(Unknown newspaper and date, submitted by Diane Herd)



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