|Margaret Ida Duffy Flannigan
Mrs. James R. Flannigan
Winter Solstice Brings Many Worthy Lives to a Close
|Mrs. James R. Flannigan died January 9th, 1929, at 10:10 o'clock am after a long illness at the family home in Temple Hill.
Mrs. Flannigan, whose maiden name was Margaret Ida Duffy, was a daughter of John and Margaret (Connors) Duffy, and she was born in Washington township, Jones county, March 7, 1857. She was married February 12, 1896, at St Peter's church, to James R Flannigan, who survives her with one daughter, Mrs. Grover Brown. She is also survived by one brother, William Duffy and was preceded in death by her parents and brothers, John and Hugh, and sister, Mary Ann.
Mrs Flannigan lived all her lifetime in the vicinity of her birth, and was highly respected and esteemed by her neighbors and friends. She was a devout Catholic and a member of St. Peter's congregation, of the league of the Sacred Heart and of the Rosary society.
The funeral was held at St Peter's church, Saturday, January 12,1929, at 9:30, Rev. John Hehir, Pastor officiating.
The pallbearers were Bernard Honerbaum, James McManus, Hugh Duffy, Frank Costello, Thos. Duffy, Nicholas Koppes, Lawrence Duffy and Joseph Duffy.
Submitted by: Joanne Wilken
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