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The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois
July 24, 1956 - Tuesday, pg 2 col 2
 
 
ADA G. (Furry) CAIN
Mrs. Ada G. Cain Of Tampico Passes Away
 
Tampico: - Mrs. Ada G. Cain 80, of Tampico, died at 7:30 p.m. Monday after suffering a heart attack. She had been in failing health for four years.
 
The body was taken to the Parent Funral Home where funeral arrangements are being completed.  The Rev. Stockton Swaney, pastor of the Methodst Church, will officiate and burial will be in the Tampico Memorial Cemetery.
 
Mrs. Cain was born March 27, 1876, in Mendon, Mo., daughter of David and Mary Furry.  She was educated in Missouri and Illinois schools.
 
She married H. E. Cain at Tampico in October, 1903, and lived in Tampico for the past 60 years.
 
Surviving are four sons, Fred, David and James, all of Tampico, and George, Boulder, Colo.;  one daughter, Dorothy Albuquerque, N.M.; a brother, William Furry, Tampico; and two sisters, Mrs. Fanny Berge, Tampico and Mrs. Daisy Hinman, Macomb.
 
She was preceded in death by her husband, who died in 1947, a sister, Emma Green, Mendota, and a brother David of San Diego, Calif.

 

TAMPICO TORNADO
Thursday, July 26, 1956
1;3

MRS. ADA G. CAIN DIED SUDENLY

Mrs. Ada G. Cain, resident of Tampico for 60 years, died suddenly at her home Monday evening of a heart attack. She was 80 years old.

Funeral services will be held in the Methodist church at 2:00 Thursday afternoon. Burial will be in the Tampico Memorial cemetery.

Ada G. Cain was born March 27, 1876 at Mendon, Mo., daughter of David and Mary Furry. She received her educatioin in the Missouri and Illinois schools.

In October of 1903 she married H. E. Cain at Tampico. He preceded her in death in 1947.

Mrs. Cain was a member of the Methodist church in Tampico and a past member of the Eastern Star.

She is survived byone daughter, Dorothy of Albuquerque, N. M.; four sons, Fred, David and James E., all of Tampico and George of Boulder, Colo.; one brother, Wm. Furry of Tampico; and two sisters, Mrs. Edward C. (Fannyu Berge of Tampico and Mrs. Daisy Hinman of Macomb.

Besides her husband she was preceded in death by her parents, three sisters, Emma Green of Mendota, Cora Furry and Lizzie Sproat, and a brother, David Furry of San Diego, Calif.

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