Person:Fannie Tanner (2)

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Fannie Tanner
b.1810
  • F.  William Tanner (add)
  • M.  Elizabeth Palmer (add)
  1. Fannie Tanner1810 - 1886
  • HJohn Larkin1813 - 1899
  • WFannie Tanner1810 - 1886
m. 24 Sep 1836
Facts and Events
Name Fannie Tanner
Gender Female
Birth? 1810
Marriage 24 Sep 1836 Rhode Island, United Statesto John Larkin
Death[1] 22 Mar 1886 North Loup, Valley, Nebraska, United States
References
  1. The Sabbath Recorder
    42:14:5, April 8, 1886.

    Near North Loup, Neb., March 22, 1886, Fanny Tanner Larkin, daughter of Captain Wm. Tanner, deceased, and wife of John Larkin, in the 76th year of her age. Sister Larkin was born in Rhode Island in 1810, and in early life became a subject of the Redeemer's kingdom, and united with the First Hopkinton Seventh-day Baptist Church. She was married to Bro. Larkin, the 26th of September, 1835, and they lived happily together fifty years last September. They transferred their church membership, he, from Rockville, R. I., she, from First Hopkinton, R. I., to Milton Wis., thence to Berlin, Wis., thence to Brookfield, Mo., thence to North Loup, Neb. Her life has been one of earnest Christian service, and she departed in the triumphs of the Christian's faith. 'Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.' G. J. C.