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Anne Carlisle (Studebaker)

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Birthplace: South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA
Death: January 03, 1931 (62)
South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA
Place of Burial: Riverview Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Clement Studebaker and Ann Studebaker
Wife of Charles Arthur Carlisle
Mother of Anna Porter; Charles Arthur Carlisle, Jr.; Kathryn Weinrichter; Woodson Studebaker Carlisle; Lt. Colonel Richard Marvin Carlisle and 1 other
Sister of George Milburn Studebaker and Clement Studebaker, Jr.

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About Anne Carlisle

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/20691353/anne-carlisle

MRS. CARLISLE, SOUTH BEND, DIES

Blood Clot Fatal to Woman Long Active in Society and Political Affairs.

South Bend, Ind. Jan 3 - Mrs. Charles Arthur Carlisle Sr., of Carlisle Manor, daughter of the late Clem Studebaker, one of the five brothers who founded the Studebaker Brothers Company, now the Studebaker Corporation, and a prominent social and political leader, died at her home tonight.

Mrs. Carlisle had been ill a week. A blood clot on the heart was responsible for her death. She was 62 years old.

She gained national prominence in her staunch support of the Republican party. She was a delegate to the national G.O.P. convention in Cleveland, O., in 1921, when Calvin Cooledge was nominated. She also was active in state political affairs, serving as vice president of the League of Women Voters.

Mrs. Carlisle was chairman of the women's division of the State Council of Defense during the world war. Under her leadership, 560,000 women were organized for active home service.

Mrs. Carlisle was educated in the South Bend schools, and in Miss Judkin's school for girls in Philadelphia, Pa. She was married to Col. Carlisle Sept. 17, 1891.

Besides the husband, survivors are three sons, Charles Arthur Carlisle Jr. and Woodson S. Carlisle of South Bend, and Richard Carlisle of Glen Ridge, N.J.; two daughters, Miss Eleanor Carlisle [later Mrs. Paul Andrew CAMPBELL] of South Bend and Mrs. LaFayette Levan Porter of Greencastle; two brothers, Col. George M. Studebaker and Clement Studebaker II of South Bend, and nine grandchildren. All the immediate relatives except the son in New Jersey were at her bedside at the time of her death. Another daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Weinrichter, died in October, 1929.

Funeral services, to be held at her home Tuesday, will be in charge of Dr. James L. Gardiner, pastor of the St. James M.E. Church of Chicago and a former South Bend minister. He will be assisted by the Rev. Paul L. Benedict, pastor of the St. Paul Memorial Church in South Bend. Burial will be in the city cemetery.

SOURCE: The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana) Sunday, January 4, 1931. Page 1. Transcription (partial) by S.A.Studebaker 9/15/17 MRS. CARLISLE, SOUTH BEND, DIESBlood Clot Fatal to Woman Long Active in Society and Political Affairs.South Bend, Ind. Jan 3 - Mrs. Charles Arthur Carlisle Sr., of Carlisle Manor, daughter of the late Clem Studebaker, one of the five brothers who founded the Studebaker Brothers Company, now the Studebaker Corporation, and a prominent social and political leader, died at her home tonight.Mrs. Carlisle had been ill a week. A blood clot on the heart was responsible for her death. She was 62 years old.She gained national prominence in her staunch support of the Republican party. She was a delegate to the national G.O.P. convention in Cleveland, O., in 1921, when Calvin Cooledge was nominated. She also was active in state political affairs, serving as vice president of the League of Women Voters.Mrs. Carlisle was chairman of the women's division of the State Council of Defense during the world war. Under her leadership, 560,000 women were organized for active home service.Mrs. Carlisle was educated in the South Bend schools, and in Miss Judkin's school for girls in Philadelphia, Pa. She was married to Col. Carlisle Sept. 17, 1891.Besides the husband, survivors are three sons, Charles Arthur Carlisle Jr. and Woodson S. Carlisle of South Bend, and Richard Carlisle of Glen Ridge, N.J.; two daughters, Miss Eleanor Carlisle [later Mrs. Paul Andrew CAMPBELL] of South Bend and Mrs. LaFayette Levan Porter of Greencastle; two brothers, Col. George M. Studebaker and Clement Studebaker II of South Bend, and nine grandchildren. All the immediate relatives except the son in New Jersey were at her bedside at the time of her death. Another daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Weinrichter, died in October, 1929.Funeral services, to be held at her home Tuesday, will be in charge of Dr. James L. Gardiner, pastor of the St. James M.E. Church of Chicago and a former South Bend minister. He will be assisted by the Rev. Paul L. Benedict, pastor of the St. Paul Memorial Church in South Bend. Burial will be in the city cemetery.SOURCE: The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana) Sunday, January 4, 1931. Page 1. Transcription (partial) by S.A.Studebaker 9/15/17* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Jan 17 2020, 19:31:04 UTC

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Anne Carlisle's Timeline

1868
June 20, 1868
South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA
1892
September 30, 1892
Age 24
1894
February 14, 1894
Age 25
1895
March 20, 1895
Age 26
1897
June 18, 1897
Age 28
1905
January 29, 1905
Age 36
1911
June 15, 1911
Age 42
1931
January 3, 1931
Age 62
South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA
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Riverview Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana, USA