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Obits > 1937 - Fannie Agnes (Warner) Schryver

Submitted by Melva Taylor

The Sterling Daily Gazette, Sterling, Illinois
August 25, 1937 - pg 8, col. 7
AGED RESIDENT DIES WEDNESDAY - Mrs. Fannie A. Schryver Ill Since Saturday
Mrs. Fannie A. Schryver, 75, died at 12:10 Wednesday morning at her home in Prophetstown.  She had been ill for a number of years and was confined to her bed since last Saturday. The body was removed to the F. L. Dudley mortuary.  Funeral arrangements have not been made pending the arrival of a son, Charles Schryver of Prophetstown, who with his family, are expected home Wednesday from a trip to Colorado.
Fannie Agnes Warner was born August 29, 1861, at Morrison, the daughter of Pleasant and Katherine Dennison Warner. She was married to W. I. Schryver of Morrison in 1881 at Morrison. They lived in Morrison two years and moved to Prophetstown in 1883.  Mr. Schryver preceded her in death September 7, 1929. She was also preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Eva Staffard and Mrs. Ethel Cabot.
Mrs. Schryver is survived by two sons, Ray Schryver and Charles Schryver of Prophetstown and two granddaughters, Helen Schryver and Jane Schryver of Prophetstown.

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