|Mary Louise Arnold Allamand
May 20, 1887–April 29, 1962
|Monticello: Mary Louise Allamand, 74, widow of the late Abraham Allamand died at the home of her daughter in Lost Nation April 29 (1962). Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 2, from the Evangelical and Reformed church at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. John Siegle officiating. Burial was held in Oakwood cemetery.
Mrs. Allamand was born May 20, 1887, the daughter of George and Trinke M. Schoon Arnold. She was married to Abraham Allamand Dec. 14, 1904 at Monticello. He preceded her in death Oct. 18, 1953. Two sons, Lawrence and Leonard also preceded their mother in death. Mr. and Mrs. Allamand farmed in Jones county after their marriage, with the exception of two years spent in Trenton, Mo.
Nine children survive. They are Mrs. C. L. (Ann) Scofield, Nelllsville, Wisc.; Mrs. R, E, (Lillian) Myers, Iowa City; Clarence, Stanwood; Mrs. Martin (Caroline) Neff, Lost Nation; Karl, Portland, Ore.; George, Yuba City, Calif.; Mrs. H. A. (Dorothy) Turner, Victoria, Tex.; Raymond of Monticello; and Mrs. C. R. (Mary Lou) Guthrie of Fairfield, Ohio.
Also surviving is a brother, Christ Arnold, and four sisters, Emma Arnold, Anna Allamand, Alma Black, and Mrs. Hei (Rena) Schoon all of Monticello. 25 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren survive.
Submitted by: Ruth Eckhardt Myers
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