|Anna Eliza Aldrich Darrow
Born September 8, 1887
|Monticello—Mrs. Floyd (Anna E.) Darrow died Wednesday evening, October 6, at Mercy hospital in Anamosa following a long illness. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at Goettsch Funeral home with the Rev. John Benj. Wild officiation. Burial was made at Oakwood cemetery. Anna Eliza Aldrich was born September 8, 1887 near Monticello, the daughter of Leonard and Anna Topping Aldrich. She was married to Floyd Darrow March 19, 1906 at Anamosa. The couple have lived in the Monticello community since. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, two sisters and two great-grandchildren. Surviving are her husband; three children, Mrs. Willis (Theola) Rickels and Harold of Monticello, and Leonard Darrow of Wyoming; 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Miranda Fowler and Mrs. Hazel O'Conner of Cedar Rapids; four brothers, Robert Aldrich and Fred Aldrich of Monticello, Charles Aldrich of Oregon City Oregon, and Alfred Aldrich of Henry South Dakota. Pallbearers included Boyd King, George Bader, Robert Rickels, Richard Darrow, Duane Darrow and William Martin.
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