Mrs. Mary Lingg, Woman Farm Operator, is Dead
Assisted Husband in Running Turkey and Produce Establishment Near City.
Mrs. Mary E. Lingg, 55, who assisted her husband, Rudolph I. Lingg, in operating a large turkey and produce farm in Battle Creek township, died at 5:30 p.m. Saturday in a local hospital after a several months' illness. She had been a patient in the hospital for the last two weeks.
Mrs. Lingg often came to the farmers' market here to sell produce and was well-known in Battle Creek. She came to Battle Creek township 15 years ago from Indiana with her husband. Their turkey farm, one of the largest in this section of Michigan, supplied many Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys for Battle Creek residents.
She was born Nov. 20, 1884 in Howard County, Indiana, the daughter of John and Ida May (McCoy) Larrison.
Surviving besides the husband are her mother of Amboy, Ind.; four daughter, Mrs. Opal Martin of 112 Karl avenue, Mrs. Bernice Kilgore of Pennfield township, and Mrs Edith Sims and Miss Virginia Lingg, both at home; three sons, Cleo of 20 Ridge, Russell of Battle Creek township, and Louis, at home; two sisters, Mrs. Artella Lingg of Litchfield and Mrs. Jennie Powell of Amboy, Ind.; two brothers, Everett Larrison of Amboy, Ind., and Carl Larrison of Logansport, Ind., and 10 grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Hebbie chapel with the Rev. J.W. Hill Pastor of the First Evangelical church in charge. Burial will be in Memorial Park.
Mrs. Mary E. Lingg is Taken by Death
Mrs. Mary E. Lingg, 55, wife of Rudolph J. Lingg, of Battle Creek township, died at 5:30 Saturday afternoon at a local hospital. She has been in failing health since September and underwent an operation two weeks ago.
Mrs. Lingg was born in Howard county Ind., Nov 20, 1884. the daughter of John and Ida May (McCoy) Larrison. She has lived in this vicinity for 15 years, she and her husband operating a turkey farm west of DuBois Corners.
Surviving, besides the husband, are four daughters, Mrs. Opal Martin, 112 Karl avenue; Mrs. Edith Sims, at home; Mrs. Bernice Kilgore, Pennfield township: and Miss Virginia Lingg, at home; three songs, Cleo of 20 Ridge street; Russell of Battle Creek township; and Louis at home; also her mother Mrs. Ida Mae Larrison, of Amboy, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Artella Lingg of Litchfield, and Mrs. Jennie Powell, of Amboy Ind.; and two brothers Everett Larrison of Amboy, Ind. and Carl Larrison of Logansport, Ind. also 10 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at Hebbie's chapel, the Rev. John W. Hill of the First Evangelical church officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery.
Mrs. Mary E. Lingg
The funeral for Mrs. Mary E. Lingg, 55, of Battle Creek township, who died late Saturday afternoon in a local hospital where she had been a patient for about two weeks, was held at 2 p.m. today from the Hebbie chapel with the Rev. J. W. Hill, pastor of the First Evangelical church, in charge. Burial was in Memorial park, Mrs. Lingg came to Battle Creek township 15 years ago with her husband, Rudolph I. Lingg, and together they operated a turkey farm, which they developed into one of the largest in this section of the state. She has been ill for several months.
Monday, February 20, 2017
Rudolph John Lingg is the first of many who's information I will post.
Newspaper Clippings, Funeral Cards, etc:
Lingg, Rudolph J. Friends are being received at Hebbie's where funeral services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel, Rev. Robert T. Brizendine of the Glad Tidings Assembly Pentecostal Church officiating. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends who desire may make memorial contributions to the Bedford or Emmett Rescue Squads. Envelopes available at funeral home.
Rudolph L. Lingg (type in newspaper, should read J not L)
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Hebble Chapel for Rudolph L. Lingg, 88 of 67 Bradley St. who died Thursday at the Springhill Manor Nursing Home where he had been a patient for one week.
Mr. Lingg, born in Logansport, Ind., was a retired farmer and had operated farms in the Tekonsha, Homer and Sonoma Road areas for many years. He was a former member of the Battle Creek Farm Bureau and the Michigan Livestock Association. He was the husband of the late Mary E. (Larrison) Lingg.
Surviving are sons, Cleo J. Lingg of 151 Saratoga St., Russell H. of 12427 Sonoma Road, Louis C. of 230 S. 23rd St.; daughters, Mrs. Ed O. (Opal) Martin of Route 2, Delton, Mrs. Edith M. Stevens of the Bradley Street address, Mrs. John W. (Berneice), Kilgore of 8078 Calvin Road, Mrs. Robert (Virginia) Askew of S. Minges Road; a sister Mrs. Josephine Karns of La Porte, Ind., 20 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
I never knew my grandfather. But I am told that I am at lot like him and sometimes I think that maybe reincarnation exists in some way shape or form. My grandfather passed away when my mother was pregnant with me. Sometime while in high school I got a bug for genealogy and used to write LOTS of letter (the WWW was just at it's infant stages in the late 80's early 90's). So that is what you did.. you called or wrote letter by hand....and actually put a stamp on it. Somehow over the course of time I ended up with all of these books that my grandfather used to clip newspaper articles, funeral cards, family information, etc. 25 years later I am working on making all of this electronic so someone out there can also have. The next posts will be of information I have gathered for the post title name at hand, along with any images I have been able to match up as well. All of this information will also be listed within my ancestry.com account as well.
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