Person:Sarah Norman (25)

Sarah Frances Larue Norman
m. 13 Mar 1862
  1. Elvira Jane Reynolds1859 - 1932
  2. Mary Susan Reynolds1862 - 1926
  3. Samuel E. Reynolds1864 - 1890
  4. Ida Mae Reynolds1866 - 1933
  5. Emma Reynolds1866 - 1934
  6. Louisa Reynolds1866 - 1948
  7. Jasper Reynolds1868 - 1868
  8. Sarah Ann Reynolds1870 - 1884
  9. William Reynolds1874 - 1901
  10. Hettie Reynolds1876 - 1912
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Frances Larue Norman
Alt Name Fannie
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 21 Jan 1836 Schuyler County, Missouri
Marriage 13 Mar 1862 Schuyler County, Missouri(numerous official sources say that Richard & Sarah were married in 1862 -- but also that their daughter, Elvira, was born in 1859)
to Richard Reynolds, Jr.
Death[1][2] 26 Feb 1914 Unionville, Putnam County, Missouri(of chronic dysentery)
Burial[1] Darby Cemetery, Schuyler County, Missouri
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Find A Grave.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Missouri, United States. Death Certificates. (Missouri State Archives)
    No. 5772.
  3.   Missouri, United States. Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002. (Online database: Operations, Inc., 2007).
  4.   Schuyler Conty (MO) Republican
    6 Mar 1914.

    CALLED HOME---Sarah Francis Norman was born in Schuyler Co., Missouri Jan. 21, 1836. Here she met and loved Richard Reynolds and March 17, 1862 they were united in marriage. To them were born ten children, three sons and seven daughters. Five of them remained to mourn the loss of a dear good mother. March 8, 1911 she waas bereft of her companion by death and on Feb. 26, 1914, the silent messenger came for her and she followed him. She was buried at Darby Church March 28, the funeral services being conducted by Rev. C. N. Wood in the presence of a large and sympathetic congregation of former neighbors, old friends and relatives. In her early life our sister was an earnest and devoted member of the Baptist Church, in later years she joined thet Disciples at Darby where her membership was at her death. The surviving children are Mrs. Elvira Maize of Unionville, Mrs. Emma Moore of Doniphan, Mo., Mrs. Louisa Payton of Mendota, Mo., Mrs. Mary Rockhold and Mrs. Ida Casteel of Schuyler Co. They express their thanks for the kindness shown them and they have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their great loss.

    Aunt Fannie Reynolds was buried Saturday, Feb. 28, 1914 at Darby. Quite a large congregation of people assembled at the Darby Church to pay their tribute of love and respect to Aunt Fanny. A touching funeral sermon was delivered by Rev. C. N. Wood of Lancaster.


    Lancaster (MO) Excelsior, 6 Mar 1914:

    LIVING LIFE OVER AGAIN---Sarah Frances Norman was born in Schuyler County, Missouri January 21, 1836 and passed away February 26, 1914. She wasa united in marriage to Richard Reynolds and to this union 10 children were born, 5 of whom survive, Mrs. Elvina Maize, Unionville, Mrs. Emma Moore, Doniphan, Missouri, Mrs. Louise Payton, Mendota, Mrs. Mary Rockhold and Mrs. Ida Casteel, Lancaster.