Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Hickling, Elizabeth Ann Jackson 1881-1940 New Lisbon Obituary

Hickling, Elizabeth Ann Jackson 1881-1940

Mrs. Clarence Hickling Dies Near New Lisbon
28 Jul 1940
New Lisbon—Mrs. Clarence Hickling, 58, died suddenly Sunday morning at her home near Stevens Corners. She had suffered recently from high blood pressure. The funeral will be held from the residence Tuesday at 3. Rev. L. L. MacClain of the Hartwick Baptist church will officiate, and burial will be at Lena.
The deceased, who was Miss Elizabeth Ann Jackson, was a lifelong resident of the town of New Lisbon, where she was born Oct. 10, 1881, daughter of Amasa and Isabelle (Van Waring) Jackson. Her marriage to Mr. Hickling, also of New Lisbon, took place Dec. 24, 1902. A former member of the Methodist church, she had attended the Baptist church at Welcome in recent years.
Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Harriet Bunn, and a son, Clessen, both of New Lisbon; a sister Mrs. Ivah Garlock, Richfield Springs; a brother, Willis Jackson, New Lisbon; four grandsons, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

PS.  I'm unsure if Isabelle's maiden name is Van Waring or Man Waring.  I've found it both ways.  Van Waring
seems to make more sense to me.

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