Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Flora E. Potter

MRS. E. H. QUICK Died on Monday

Winterset Madisonian
June 7, 1967

Mrs. Everett H. Quick, a well known resident of the Patterson community most of her life, died Monday, June 5,1967, at her home in Winterset. She was 69 years of age.

Mrs. Quick was the former Flora E. Potter, daughter of George and Hattie Gowin Potter. She was born at Patterson May 28,1898, and spent her life there until moving to Winterset in 1961.

She was married Feb. 14, 1915, to Everett H. Quick, who survives her.

She was active in the Patterson Methodist church for many years, and later in the Winterset church. She was a member of the Womens Society of Christian Service.

Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Speer of Patterson; three grandchildren; a brother, E. C. Potter of West Des Moines; and two sisters, Mrs. Mina Norman of West Des Moines and Mrs. Letitia Don Carlos of Perry.

Funeral services will be held this Thursday at 1:30 p.m. from the Patterson Methodist church, conducted by the Rev. James Louk. Burial will be made in Montpelier Cemetery at Patterson.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Search This Blog

My Mom

My Mom

Sisters

Sisters

Dad and his brothers

Dad and his brothers

Grandma Carrie Ely

Grandma Carrie Ely
lived to be 94 years old

Jeanetta Koons and sister Margaret

Jeanetta Koons and sister Margaret

Lana, Amber and Brandon Jenkins

Lana, Amber and Brandon Jenkins

"Bethie and Kevin"

"Bethie and Kevin"

Redone for "Bridges of Madison County"

Redone for "Bridges of Madison County"

Madison County Courthouse

Madison County Courthouse

Clarks Tower, Winterset, Iowa

Clarks Tower, Winterset, Iowa
In honor of Caleb Clark

Winterset, Iowa

Winterset, Iowa
"The Bridges of Madison County"

Spencer, Iowa

Spencer, Iowa
Home of some of the Callery's

Brownsville, Jefferson co, New York

Brownsville, Jefferson co, New York
Main street, 1909

Forefathers

Forefathers
An old Quaker Cemetery

Madison county, Iowa

Madison county, Iowa

Our Family Homes--Then and Now

Our Homes, some were lived in for generation, some for just a short time.

Musgrove and Abi Brown Evans Home

Musgrove and Abi Brown Evans Home
Musgrove Evans home

Musgrove Evans

Musgrove Evans

The Ely Home est. 1880

The Ely Home est. 1880
919 Second St., Webster City, Iowa

Home of Jacob J. and Pamela Brown

Home of Jacob J. and Pamela Brown
Brownsville, Jefferson co, NY

Home of Pheobe Walton and Caleb Ball

Home of Pheobe Walton and Caleb Ball
, , PA

Villages, Towns and Cities of my family.

Some of the homes and places my family and extended family have lived.

See photos below the posts.

About Me

My photo
I am a very busy grandma and mom to a passel of kids! I love crafts and enjoy sharing with others. I am involved in several groups that have shared interests. I have been involved with lots of home make-overs and enjoy decorating for myself and friends.

Sword of the Border

Sword of the Border
Book on the life of Jacob Jennings Brown

Followers