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  1. Ida Leah Elizabeth Hoops1866 - 1929
m. 2 Nov 1892
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Name Ida Leah Elizabeth Hoops
Gender Female
Birth[1] 27 Nov 1866 Vienna, Maries, Missouri, United States
Marriage 2 Nov 1892 to Abraham Lincoln Crandall
Death[1] 8 Feb 1929 Farina, Fayette, Illinois, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder
    106:8:255, February 25, 1929.

    Ida Leah Elizabeth Hoops Crandall, the second of five children of the family of David and Frances Elizabeth Mahon Hoops, was born at Vienna, Maries County, Mo., November 27, 1866, and died at her home in Farina, Ill., Friday, February 8, 1929, at the age of 62 years, 2 months and 11 days.
    Her father and mother, her brother John, and sister Anna, preceded her in death; Mrs. T. F. Stewart of Akron, Ohio, and Mrs. L. E. Kehr of Villisca, Iowa, survive. Her father and mother died when she was quite young, and after their death, she and her uncle came to her grandfather's home near Loogootee, Ill, where she resided until the time of her marriage. She received her education at the Pleasant Grove school, and also became a member of the Pleasant Grove United Brethren Church.
    November 2, 1892, she was united in marriage to Lincoln Crandall, and came with him to the farm home near Farina, which vicinity has since been her home. Two sons were born to this union, Roy and Raymond, the latter departing this life, June 10, 1907. After her marriage and removal to Farina, she united with the Seventh Day Baptist Church, and has been a faithful attendant at all the services, and a loyal worker in all departments.
    She leaves to mourn her loss, her sorrowing companion, her son Roy, his wife and their four children, her two sisters, and an exceptionally large circle of relatives and friends. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the sorrowing family.
    Funeral services were conducted at the church Sunday afternoon, by her pastor, Rev. C. L. Hill, and she was laid to rest beside her son Raymond, in the Farina cemetery. C. L. H.