Person:Ruth Zinn (2)

m. 9 May 1878
  1. Edna Easton Zinn1880 - 1943
  2. Flora Zinn1885 - 1975
  3. Ruth Zinn1889 - 1972
  4. Zia Zinn1893 - 1969
  • H.  Leman Stringer (add)
  • WRuth Zinn1889 - 1972
m. Jun 1911
Facts and Events
Name Ruth Zinn
Gender Female
Birth[1] 15 Oct 1889 Farina, Fayette, Illinois, United States
Marriage Jun 1911 to Leman Stringer (add)
Death[1] 12 Oct 1972 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Milton Courier
    p. 3, October 19, 1972.

    Mrs. Leman H. (Ruth) Stringer, 82, of Phoenix, Arizona, died Thursday, Oct. 12 in St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, following a three-day illness.
    Funeral services were held Wednesday, Oct. 18 from the Milton seventh Day Baptist Church, with Rev. Earl Cruzan officiating. Burial was in Milton cemetery with Paul Green, Ralph Green, Herbert Crouch, Forrest Branch, Walter Kugler and Bernhardt Westlund as pallbearers.
    The former Ruth Zinn was born Oct. 15, 1889 in Farina, Ill. and attended Milton College. She was married in June, 1911 to Leman H. Stringer, who was head of the music department at Milton College from 1912 to 1949. He died April 13, 1964.
    While in Milton Mrs. Stringer was active in the Milton Seventh Day Baptist Church and it's Woman's Circle and was a member and past president of the Milton Woman's Club. She moved to Arizona in 1965.
    Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Boyden (Mary) Crouch of Phoenix; one grandson, Robert Crouch, a student at Milton College; a sister, Miss Flora Zinn, Milton; a nephew, General Robert M. Stillman, San Antonio, Texas; and a niece, Mrs. Lenore McKelvy, Denver, Colorado. She was predeceased by a son, William, at age 11, and a sister, Miss Zea Zinn.