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Submitted by Eldon

(Probably from a Tampico Tornado Newspaper)

Mrs. Kate Brady Laid at Rest

1949

Funeral services for Mrs. Kate BRADY were held at Parent's Chapel Monday afternoon with a large number of relatives and friends present.

Mrs. A. A. YARDE, Sr., accompanied by Mrs. Myrtle YOUNG, sang "At the End of the Road" and "When I shall Fall Asleep." Mrs. G. A. STEVENS and Mrs. Glenn CARLSON were in charge of the many beautiful flowers.

A graveside committal was held in the Tampico Memorial Cemetery with Richard and John ESHELMAN of Rock Island, Ariel BRADY of East Gary, Ind., Edwin and Maynard PETERSON, grandsons, and Donald PETERSON, serving as pallbearers.

Mrs. Kate Ann BRADY passed away in the presence of her Savior whom she received about a year ago, on Sept. 23, 1949, in the home of a grandchild, Mrs. Donald PETERSON near Deer Grove, at the age of 83 years and 20 days.

Mrs. BRADY had a stroke in July, 1947, which left her a partial invalid. The last illniess was short for she went to bed on Saturday afternoon and passed away on the folloing Friday afternoon.

Mrs. Brady was preceded in death by her parents; her husband on Nov. 26, 1933; a daughter, Nellie DRONENBERG on Oct. 24, 1947; a brother, Elba MYERS; a sister, Lillie WRIGHT; and one grandchild. She leaves to mourn over her departure three daughters, May PETERSON and Bessie REINAGLE of Tampico and Minnie ESHELMAN of Rock Island; a sister, Ella WRIGHT; grandchildren, great grandchildren; other relatives; and a host of friends. End of Obit****

Notes from Funeral Log:

Kate Ann Brady

Date of Funeral: Sept. 26, 1949
Place of Death: Deer Grove (IL)
Services at Parent Chapel, Tampico, IL, 2 p.m.
Rev. Frank Pederson
COD: (available - please contact Denise McLoughlin for more information)
Date of Death: Sept. 3, 1949
Occupation: Housewife
Widow/Protestant
Age: 85yr, 20 days
Birth Place: Fairfield Twp.
Date of birth: Sept 23, 1864
Father: John Myers, born: New Jersey
Mother: Sarah Marshall, born: Iowa
Informant: May Peterson

Tampico Memorial Cemetery Index lists Edmond Elmer Brady. Funeral Log for Edmond lists spouse as Kate Ann Myers

ANOTHER OBITUARY FROM TAMPICO TORNADO 

1949 - Kate Myers Brady


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Thursday, September 29, 1949, 1;3

MRS. KATE BRADY LAID AT REST

Funeral services for Mrs. Kate Brady were held at Parent’s chapel Monday afternoon with a large number of relatives and friends present. Rev. Frank Pedersen, pastor of the Baptist church, officiated.

Mrs. A. A. Yarde Sr., accompanied by Mrs. Myrtle Young, sang “At the End of the Road” and “When I Shall Fall Asleep.” Mrs. G. A. Stevens and Mrs. Glenn Carlson were in charge of the many beautiful flowers.

A graveside committal was held in the Tampico Memorial cemetery with Richard and John Eshelman of Rock Island, Ariel Brady of East Gary, Ind., Edwin and Maynard Peterson, grandsons, and Donald Peterson, serving as pallbearers.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eshelman and family of Rock Island, Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Brady of East Gary, Ind. And Mrs. Ella Wright of Sheffield were among the relatives attending the services.

Mrs. Kate Ann Brady passed away into the presence of her Savior whom she received about a year ago, on Sept 23, 1949, in the home of a grandchild, Mrs. Donald Peterson near Deer Grove, at the age of 85 years and 20 days.

Mrs. Brady was born to John and Sarah Myers on September 3rd, 1864 in Fairfield Township, Bureau County, where she spent nearly all her life. She was married to Edwin E Brady on September 20, 1887, and to this union were born four daughters.

Mrs. Brady had a stroke in July, 1947, which left her a partial invalid. The last illness was short for she went to bed on Saturday afternoon and passed away on the following Friday afternoon.

Mrs. Brady was preceded in death by her parents; her husband on Nov. 26, 1933; a daughter, Nellie Dronenberg, on Oct. 24, 1947; a brother, Elba Myers; a sister, Lillie Wright; and one grandchild. She leaves to mourn over her departure three daughters, May Peterson and Bessie Reinagle of Tampico and Minnie Eshelman of “Rock Island; a sister, Ella Wright; grandchildren, great grandchildren; other relatives; and a host of friends.

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