Mrs. A. A. McMichael Dead

Asotin, Aug. 12 – Mrs. Addie Ann McMichael, 71, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy D. Williams, this afternoon about 2 o’clock, after an illness of three months.  She had made her home with her daughter since the death of Mr. McMichael, October, 1926.

Mrs. McMichael is survived by three daughters, Mrs. C.L. Farnsworth f Everson, Wash.; Mrs. Roy D. Williams, Asotin; Mrs. W.L. Coombs of Lewiston; a brother, Walter B. Morris of Lewiston and seven grand children.

Addie Ann Morris was born in Union county, Ill., April 9, 1850.  At the age of 10 years she moved with her parents to Tarrant County, Texas, where they resided for two years.   They then moved to Oswego, Kan., where she was married to Edwin W. McMichael.  In 1902 Mr. and Mrs. McMichael and family moved to Keuterville, Idaho, where the husband filed on a homestead.  In 1913 they moved to Kamiah where they resided until the husband’s death in October, 1920. 

The funeral of the deceased was held at Kamiah Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock, the remains begin laid to rest by the side of the deceased husband.

This was the third funeral to occur in the Williams family within a few weeks, the mother and grandmother of Mr. Williams having recently passed away within a few day of each other.



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