Badger, Ada E. 1889-1946 Obituary
Mrs. Ada Badger, Ill Weeks, Dies
Otego---Mrs. Ada Badger, Brooklyn, died Saturday at Fox hospital where she had been a patient for several weeks.
Funeral services will be held in Episcopal church, Guilford, today at 2 p.m. Burial will be at Gilbertsville.
She was born in Gilbertsville, March, 1899, daughter of Sprague and Christie (Fawcett) Badger. Her early years were spent in Gilbertsville and Guilford. For the past 16 years she had acted as housekeeper to Dr. and Mrs. John Evans, Brooklyn, during which time she visited her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Porter, Otego, while on vacation.
Because of failing health, she was given an extended leave of absence in July and stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw, Otego, until early fall when she went to Sidney to be with her cousin, Miss Nina Palmer. There she was cared for until admitted to Fox hospital.
Surviving are Mrs. Thomas Porter, Mount Upton, cousins; a half -brother, Raymond Badger, Mendon, Ohio; a half-sister, Mrs. Maurice Joslyn, and an uncle, A. D. Fawcett, Winchester, Can.
Ada E. Badger's Funeral Today
Sidney---The funeral of Mrs. Ada E. Badger, 57, was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Christ Episcopal Church, Guilford, with the Rev. Phillip Pearson officating. Burial was in the Gilbertsville Cemetery.
Mrs. Badger died at the Fox Memorial Hospital, Oneonta, Saturday morning after being confined there for 17 days. She was born March 6, 1889, at Gilbertsville, the daughter of Sprague and Christianna (Fawcett) Badger. Her home was in Brooklyn, but she had been a frequent visitor in Sidney.
She is survived by a brother, Raymond Badger of Mendon, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Maurice Joslyn of Whitesboro, a cousin, Miss Nina Palmer of Sidney; an aunt, Mrs. Thomas Porter of Otego; other cousins and two nephews.