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Nancy Ann Wiltse (Fleming)

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Death: August 19, 1929 (77)
Asbury Cemetery Elkport Clayton County Iowa, USA
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Wife of Henry Oscar Wiltse

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About Nancy Ann Fleming Wiltse

Birth: Mar. 15, 1852 Death: Aug. 19, 1929

Dau. of William Fleming and Eliza Gordon. Wife of Henry Oscar Wiltse, married 1879.

Funeral of Mrs. H.O. Wiltse of Manchester to be on Thursday

Manchester, Ia, Aug 21 - Mrs. H.O. Wiltse, 77, a resident of Iowa and this community for 75 years, died at her home on East Prospect street Monday at 2:30 p.m. She had been in uncertain health 11 years. She broke her hip three years ago, fell at her home May 25 last and broke the member again, was taken to an Iowa City hospital May 31, and remained there until one month ago.

Services will be at her home Thursday at 1 p.m., later services to be at the church at Wood, Ia., at 2:30, in charge of Rev. E.D. Wells of Dubuque, formerly of Manchester. Burial will be in Asbury cemetery near Wood. The pallbearers will be her four nephews and two sons, as follows: Spencer Fleming, Spencer, Ia.; Perry Fleming, Edgewood; Walter Rizer, Randalia; James Rizer, Robinson; James Leonard Wiltse, Strawberry Point, and Luther O. Wiltse, Manchester.

Nancy A. Fleming was born in Pennsylvania, March 15, 1852. She came to Iowa with her parents when 2 years of age and settled near Colesburg. A few years later her parents bought a farm eight miles northeast of Edgewood. She taught in the rural schools for seven years, did dressmaking for two years, and was married to H.O. Wiltse Sept. 14, 1879, at the home of her brother, James Fleming, eight miles northeast of Edgewood. Had she lived until Sept 14, she would have celebrated her golden wedding anniversary. She joined the Methodist church at the age of 11 and was a member of the Rebekah order. She is survived by her husband and the two sons named.

~Waterloo Evening Courier, August 21, 1929


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Spouse:
 Henry Oscar Wiltse (1854 - 1942)*
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Burial: Asbury Cemetery Elkport Clayton County Iowa, USA


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Nancy Ann Fleming Wiltse's Timeline

1852
March 15, 1852
1929
August 19, 1929
Age 77
Asbury Cemetery Elkport Clayton County Iowa, USA

Birth: Mar. 15, 1852
Death: Aug. 19, 1929

Dau. of William Fleming and Eliza Gordon.
Wife of Henry Oscar Wiltse, married 1879.

Funeral of Mrs. H.O. Wiltse of Manchester to be on Thursday

Manchester, Ia, Aug 21 - Mrs. H.O. Wiltse, 77, a resident of Iowa and this community for 75 years, died at her home on East Prospect street Monday at 2:30 p.m. She had been in uncertain health 11 years. She broke her hip three years ago, fell at her home May 25 last and broke the member again, was taken to an Iowa City hospital May 31, and remained there until one month ago.

Services will be at her home Thursday at 1 p.m., later services to be at the church at Wood, Ia., at 2:30, in charge of Rev. E.D. Wells of Dubuque, formerly of Manchester. Burial will be in Asbury cemetery near Wood. The pallbearers will be her four nephews and two sons, as follows: Spencer Fleming, Spencer, Ia.; Perry Fleming, Edgewood; Walter Rizer, Randalia; James Rizer, Robinson; James Leonard Wiltse, Strawberry Point, and Luther O. Wiltse, Manchester.

Nancy A. Fleming was born in Pennsylvania, March 15, 1852. She came to Iowa with her parents when 2 years of age and settled near Colesburg. A few years later her parents bought a farm eight miles northeast of Edgewood. She taught in the rural schools for seven years, did dressmaking for two years, and was married to H.O. Wiltse Sept. 14, 1879, at the home of her brother, James Fleming, eight miles northeast of Edgewood. Had she lived until Sept 14, she would have celebrated her golden wedding anniversary. She joined the Methodist church at the age of 11 and was a member of the Rebekah order. She is survived by her husband and the two sons named.

~Waterloo Evening Courier, August 21, 1929


Family links:
Spouse:
Henry Oscar Wiltse (1854 - 1942)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Asbury Cemetery
Elkport
Clayton County
Iowa, USA

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Created by: P2-ABQ
Record added: May 15, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10966475

August 19, 1929
Age 77
1942
April 11, 1942
Age 77
Asbury Cemetery Elkport Clayton County Iowa, USA

Birth: Jun. 30, 1854
Death: Apr. 11, 1942

Son of Leonard Wiltse & Louisa Jane Smith.
Husband of Nancy Ann Fleming, married 1879.

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Parents:
Leonard Wiltse (1822 - 1893)
Louisa Jane Smith Wiltse (1825 - 1913)

Spouse:
Nancy Ann Fleming Wiltse (1852 - 1929)

Sibling:
John William Wiltse (1851 - 1934)*
Henry Oscar Wiltse (1854 - 1942)

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Burial:
Asbury Cemetery
Elkport
Clayton County
Iowa, USA

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Created by: P2-ABQ
Record added: May 15, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10966478