Anna Elizabeth McKinney

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Anna Elizabeth McKinney (Rannabargar)

Birthplace: Fulton, Callaway County, Missouri, United States
Death: August 04, 1919 (78)
Houston, Texas County, Missouri, United States (Heart Failure)
Place of Burial: Bucyrus, Texas County, Missouri, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Otho Rannabargar and Mary "Catherine" Rannabargar
Wife of Sgt. George Absalom McKinney, (USA)
Mother of Ulysses Grant McKinney; Mary C. Jackson Grose; William Caswell McKinney; Francis Marion McKinney and Rose Anna Harris
Sister of Stephen Thomas Rannabargar; William Stokes Rannabargar; Louisa Jane Gatliff; Catherine Workover and Sarah Henrietta Allen

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About Anna Elizabeth McKinney

Source: Findagrave The subject of this sketch, Anna Elizabeth McKinney, maiden name Anna Rannabargar, was born in Fulton, Callway county, Missouri, April 18, 1841. Died at her home near Bucyrus, a few miles west of Houston, very suddenly as a result of heart failure, Monday, August 4, 1919, making her age at death 78 years, 3 months and 16 days. She moved from Callaway county to Cole county in 1844. Was married in 1859 to Absalom McKinney. To this union eight children were born, three dying in infancy. Five are still living, three sons and two daughters: U.G. McKinney, W.C. McKinney, F.M. McKinney, Mrs. Mary Grose, Mrs. Annie Harris. Besides these children she is survived by 27 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Her father's name was Othel Rannabargar and her mother's maiden name was Mary C. Benson. Her husband preceded her to the great beyond several years ago. Mother McKinney professed her faith and united with the Church of Christ in 1915 and was faithful to the end. Evangelist J.L. Davis conducted the baptism. Other relatives of the deceased was one brother, William Rannabargar, of Jefferson City, and one sister, Katie Wor___er, of California, Mo.

Mother McKinney was one of the old settlers and was greatly beloved by a large circle of acquaintances and friends. She will be greatly missed in the community in which she lived and deep regret is expressed at her death. The children can be consoled in their sorrow that another Mother in Israel has passed on to her reward. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of all.

Yes, we all live to God! Father, thy chastening rod, So help us, thine afflicted ones, to bear, That in the spirit land, Meeting at Thy right hand, 'Twill be our Heaven to find that She is there.

Source: Houston Herald, 4/14/1919 p.1

  • I believe that Annie's mother is Mary CATHERINE Benson Rannabargar. She went mostly by Catherine. Catherine "Rineberger", 36, b. MD, is on the 1850 census in Cole Co., MO, with Stephen, 18, Sarah H., 16, William, 14, Ann E., 8, Jane, 6, and Catharine, 3. Laborer William Rustin, 41, is also shown to be living with the family at that time.
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Anna Elizabeth McKinney's Timeline

April 15, 1841
Fulton, Callaway County, Missouri, United States
July 31, 1863
Houston, Texas County, Missouri, United States
March 29, 1870
Texas County, Missouri, United States
April 6, 1873
Texas County, Missouri, United States
August 4, 1919
Age 78
Houston, Texas County, Missouri, United States
Emery Chapel Cemetery, Bucyrus, Texas County, Missouri, United States