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Anna D. Alsap (Murray)

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Daughter of William Pickney Murray and Margaret Elizabeth Murray
Wife of John Taber Alsap
Mother of John Alsap; Genevieve Alsap; Margaret B. Alsap; Florence Anna Mckee and Guy Alsap
Sister of Mirilla White Osborn; Mary Martha Chenowth; Matilda Buck; Flora Rosson and Ethelinda Osborn
Half sister of Thomas Pinckney Murray and Elizabeth June Murray

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Anna ( MURRAY ) Alsap's obit

Arizona Republican-Dec 21, 1902

ANNA ALSAP

December 21, 1902

Mrs. Anna D. Alsap died at 4 o'clock yesterday morning

at her home, corner of Third Avneue and Monroe Street.

Mrs. Alsap had not been in robust health for a long time

yet she had not been so ill until last Wednesday as to

require the services of a physician. Her illness grew

steadily until she died. The funeral will take place at

2 o'clock this afternoon from the family residence.

Mrs. Alsap was forty seven years of age. She was Miss

Anna D. Murray and was a native of Texas but had resided

in the Salt River Valley for more than thirty years.

Twenty six years ago she was married to Judge John T.

Alsap who died in 1887. He was one of the foremost

citizens of the territory. He had been territorial

treasurer, district attorney and was the first probate

judge of Maricopa County.

Mrs. Alsap was connected with the Methodist Episcopal

church South since its organization in 1872 and was

always an active member. For the last twenty years

she had been at the head of the Sunday school work

of the church. There as not in all the territory a

woman more widely loved and more deeply respected.

of this

city. She also leaves four sisters, Mrs. Neri Osborn,

Mrs. W.L. Osborn, Mrs. R.L. Rosson of Los Angeles and

Mrs. Chenoweth of Lordsburg New Mexico.