|Hulda Myrtle Smithson Barker
April 3, 1882–June 12, 1944
|MRS. BARKER FUNERAL HELD
Riverside Burial Anamosa Woman
Funeral service for Mrs. Charles Barker was held this Wednesday from Smykil home for funerals. Burial was made in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Barker died early Monday morning after suffering a stroke at her home in Anamosa last Friday.
Hulda Myrtle Smithson, only daughter in a family of seven children, was born to Thomas and Sarah Smithson April 3, 1882 in Jackson county, Iowa. Her mother passed away when she was only seven years old.
She is survived by eight children: John and Thomas Barker, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Etta Hughes, Clinton; Mrs. Ethel Cook and Mrs. Wilma Miehl, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Helen Lui and Clarence Barker, Anamosa. . Two brothers, George Smithson, Sabula, and Albert Smithson, Perry, and 13 grandchildren also survive.
Source: Anamosa Eureka, June 15, 1944
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