Person:Edna Zinn (1)

m. 9 May 1878
  1. Edna Easton Zinn1880 - 1943
  2. Flora Zinn1885 - 1975
  3. Ruth Zinn1889 - 1972
  4. Zia Zinn1893 - 1969
m. 3 Sep 1907
  1. Maj. Gen. Robert Morris Stillman
Facts and Events
Name Edna Easton Zinn
Gender Female
Birth[1] 9 Jul 1880 Farina, Fayette, Illinois, United States
Marriage 3 Sep 1907 to Harold Clifton Stillman
Death[1] 3 Oct 1943 Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Milton Junction Telephone
    p. 4, October 14, 1943.

    Burial services for Mrs. Harold C. Stillman, who died Oct. 3rd in her home in Pueblo, Colo., were held in the Milton cemetery, Saturday, the Rev. Carroll L. Hill officiating. A quartet composed of Prof. L. H. Stringer, Prof. William D. Burdick, Bernhardt Westlund and K. A. Babcock sang two selections. Pallbearers were Elam Coon, D. N. Inglis, J. N. Daland, and L. C. Shaw.
    Edna Easton Zinn was born at Farina, Ill., July 9, 1880, the eldest daughter of Thomas and Mary Langworthy Zinn. Early in the 1900's she came to Milton college where she met Harold C. Stillman, also a student. They were married in September, 1907, and lived in Milton until his graduation in 1909.
    Surviving are the husband; three sons, Thomas of Pueblo; Lt. Col. Robert M. Stillman, now a prisoner of war in Germany, and Ensign Harold C. Stillman Jr., Tucson, Ariz.; one daughter, Mrs. John R. McKeloy, Denver, Colo.; three grandsons and two granddaughters; also her sisters, Miss Flora Zinn, Milwaukee, Miss Zea Zinn, Manitowoc, and Mrs. L. H. Stringer; her mother-in-law, Mrs. M. G. Stillman; a sister-in-law, Miss Lelia Stillman, and a cousin, Mrs. H. B. Crandall, all of Milton.