|Mary Ann Harding Post
Mrs. James Post
|Funeral services for Mrs. James H. Post were held in the M. E. church in Monmouth Monday afternoon, the Rev. F. E. Mastin officiating. Songs were sung by Marie Allen and Mrs. R. C. Best with Mrs. S. A. Orris at the piano. Burial was in the Monmouth cemetery.
Mary Ann Harding, the third of a family of five daughters of Edward and Samantha Harding, was born in Jackson county, Iowa, August 19, 1864. Here she grew to womanhood. On Sept. 20, 1886 she was united in marriage to James Post. After their marriage, with the exception of 11 years, during which time Mr. Post was a partner with H. R. Dye in buying stock, they farmed for forty years in Jones and Jackson counties, 15 years of this time on the farm northeast of Monmouth where Mrs. Post died early Saturday morning after suffering several paralytic strokes. For over 38 years she had been a member of the R.N.A.
Submitted by: Janet A. Brandt
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