The Kokomo Tribune
18 December 1939 › Page 9
"THE KOKOMO TRIBUNE MONDAY DECEMBER 18, 1939.
Rites for Mrs. Armstrong To Be Held Monday; Harness (???) to Speak Wednesday
Frankfort, Ind., Dec. 17--(Tribune Special)--Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes Armstrong, 82, widow of Samuel Armstrong, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Goodwin Brothers chapel, with Dr. Charles C. Ford, officiating. Burial wlll be in Bunnell cemetery.
Mrs. Armstrong died at her home, 602 Washlngton Avenue, Saturday afternoon after a prolonged illness. For the past three weeks she had been bedfast and three weeks ago suffered a stroke of paralysis.
The daughter of John H, and Harriett (Scott) Merrittt, she was born in Johnson township, Clinton county, Jan. 21, 1857. She attended school at Burget's Corner, north of Scircleville; and on Feb. 7, 1877, she was married to Mr. Armstrong who, died 11 years ago. Mrs. Armstrong was a member of the First Christian church of this city.
Surviving are three daughters, Miss Otie Armstrong, Mrs. Frank Shay and Mrs. Bert Rogers, and one son, Gorman Armstrong, all of this city. One sister, Mrs. W. N. Berryman, and a brother, Scott Merritt, both of Scircleville, and four grandchildren, also survive."
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