Person:Ida Collier (3)

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Ida Hannah Collier
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Name Ida Hannah Collier
Gender Female
Birth? 11 Nov 1870 Jasper, Missouri, United States
Marriage 20 Jun 1895 Dade, Missouri, United Statesto William Bernard Fitzpatrick
Census? 1900 Green, Lawrence, Missouri, United States
Census? 1910 Greenfield, Dade, Missouri, United States1 Ward
Census[3] 1920 Center, Dade, Missouri, United States
Death[1] 25 May 1946 Missouri, United States
Obituary[2]
Burial? 27 May 1946 Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Dade County, Missouri

TODO: Description: Where Ida Hannah Collier in 1880? Category: Census Date: 11 Dec 2006 Status: Open Type: 0 Priority: 8 Repository:


TODO: Description: Where Ida Hannah Collier-Fitzpatrick in 1930? Category: Census Date: 11 Dec 2006 Status: Open Type: 0 Priority: 8 Repository:


IDA HANNA COLLIER was born on November 11, 1870 in Jasper County, Missouri.

Ida later moved with her parents to a farm on Conners Prairie, Dade County, Missouri.

Ida was a member of the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. She taught a Sunday School class for boys.

Ida was a graduate of Ozark Wesleyan College. She also attended Park College at Parkville, Missouri.

Ida was a teacher in the rural school of Dade County, Missouri for several years.

The 1900 census shows Ida living with her family in Green Township, Lawrence County, Missouri.

The 1910 census shows Ida living with her family in 1 Ward, Greenfield Township, Dade County, Missouri.

The 1920 census shows Ida living with her family in Center Township, Dade County, Missouri.

Ida died on May 25, 1946 in Missouri. She is buried in Greenfield Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri.

References
  1. Missouri, United States. Death Certificates. (Missouri State Archives)
    16143, 20 Nov 2007.

    Quality: 4



  2. Mrs. Will Fitzpatrick

    Ida Hannah Collier was born November 11, 1870, in Jasper County, near Sarcoxie, Missouri, the oldest child of Tom and Martha Collier.

    She spent her early childhood in Jasper County, later moving with her parents to a farm on Conners Prairie in Dade County where she spent her girlhood days. She was a graduate of Ozark Wesleyan College and also attended Park College at Parkville, Missouri. She was a teacher in the rural school of the country for several years.

    On June 20, 1895, she was united in marriage to Will Fitzpatrick. They made their home near Lockwood, Missouri, later moving to Greenfield, and celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary here last June 20«sup»th«/sup».

    She took a great interest in the church and was a member of the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. For many years she taught a large class of boys in the Sunday School. She took great pride in her group of boys, until ill health forced her retirement. She never missed church and was a daily Bible reader.

    Her love of her home and her children will always stand out in their memory.

    Her faithful companion, Will, and three sons, Lack of Greenfield; Tom of Long Beach, California; and Laverne of Springfield, Missouri, survive her.

    She also leaves two brothers: L.A. and C. C. Collier of Greenfield, two sisters, Mrs. Rosa Scroggs of Greenfield and Miss. Carrier Collier of Springfield, one grandson Lack Allen Fitzpatrick also a host of nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.

    Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Arthur B. Smith at Ebenezer Church on Monday afternoon, May 27, and interment was made in Greenfield cemetery.
  3. 1920 United States Federal Census, Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2005. Indexed by Ancestry.com from microfilmed schedules of the 1920 U.S. Federal Decennial Census. Data imaged from National Archives and Records Administration.1920 Federal Population Census. T625, 2,076 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. Center, Dade, Missouri, ED , roll , page , image 625.