Anna Good, 18261897 (aged 70 years)

Name
Anna /Good/
Given names
Anna
Surname
Good
Birth October 23, 1826 42 41
Birth of a brotherJacob Good
1828 (aged 1 year)

Death of a sisterEsther Good
1841 (aged 14 years)

Death of a fatherJoseph Good
August 25, 1849 (aged 22 years)
MarriageJohann Jakob HorningView this family
October 3, 1850 (aged 23 years)
Birth of a daughterKatherina Horning
July 9, 1851 (aged 24 years)

Death of a daughterKatherina Horning
about 1851 (aged 24 years)

Birth of a sonJohn H. Horning
July 29, 1852 (aged 25 years)

Birth of a sonAbraham A. Horning
November 23, 1853 (aged 27 years)

Birth of a daughterLydia J. Horning
April 30, 1855 (aged 28 years)

Birth of a sonSamuel Horning
December 19, 1856 (aged 30 years)
Birth of a sonJacob G. Horning
September 13, 1858 (aged 31 years)

Birth of a daughterAnna E. Horning
April 25, 1860 (aged 33 years)

Birth of a sonIsaac Horning
January 13, 1862 (aged 35 years)

Birth of a daughterLeah Horning
January 13, 1862 (aged 35 years)

Death of a motherMagdalena Campbell
November 19, 1862 (aged 36 years)
Birth of a sonJoseph Horning
May 1, 1864 (aged 37 years)

Death of a brotherHenry Good
1864 (aged 37 years)

Death of a brotherJoseph C. Good
1865 (aged 38 years)

Birth of a sonHenry Horning
November 24, 1866 (aged 40 years)

Death of a brotherDavid Good
1868 (aged 41 years)

Birth of a daughterSarah Elisabeth Horning
December 28, 1870 (aged 44 years)

Death of a husbandJohann Jakob Horning
March 25, 1873 (aged 46 years)
Marriage of a childSamuel HorningFrances G. (Fannie) GehmanView this family
October 31, 1878 (aged 52 years)
Death of a sisterSophia Good
February 27, 1883 (aged 56 years)
Death of a brotherJohn S. Good
1889 (aged 62 years)

Death of a brotherDaniel Good
March 21, 1891 (aged 64 years)
Death of a sisterElizabeth Good
1892 (aged 65 years)

Alt. Death
Alt. Death
January 17, 1897 (aged 70 years)

Death January 17, 1897 (aged 70 years)
Burial
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage
Marriage:
herself
Anna_Good_Headstone.jpg
18261897
Birth: October 23, 1826 42 41Fairfield Co., Ohio, USA
Death: January 17, 1897Shambaugh, Iowa, USA
-19 years
elder sister
3 years
elder brother
18 months
elder brother
18 months
elder brother
3 years
elder sister
2 years
elder sister
18151883
Birth: March 23, 1815 31 30Virginia, USA
Death: February 27, 1883Ohio, USA
5 years
elder brother
18191891
Birth: September 19, 1819 35 34Fairfield Co., Ohio, USA
Death: March 21, 1891Licking Co., Ohio, USA
16 months
elder brother
3 years
elder brother
2 years
elder brother
Samuel_S_Good.jpg
18241907
Birth: May 27, 1824 40 39Hocking Co., Ohio, USA
Death: January 20, 1907Rittman, Ohio, USA
5 years
younger brother
-12 years
elder brother
Family with Johann Jakob Horning
husband
18211873
Birth: February 16, 1821 28 30Spachbrücken, Hessen, Germany
Death: March 25, 1873Shambaugh, Iowa, USA
herself
Anna_Good_Headstone.jpg
18261897
Birth: October 23, 1826 42 41Fairfield Co., Ohio, USA
Death: January 17, 1897Shambaugh, Iowa, USA
Marriage
Marriage: October 3, 1850Hocking Co., Ohio, USA
9 months
daughter
13 months
son
16 months
son
17 months
daughter
18551901
Birth: April 30, 1855 34 28
Death: March 4, 1901
20 months
son
Samuel_Horning.jpg
18561925
Birth: December 19, 1856 35 30Frederick Co., Virginia, USA
Death: July 6, 1925Nampa, Idaho, USA
21 months
son
18581932
Birth: September 13, 1858 37 31
Death: January 16, 1932
20 months
daughter
21 months
son
0 months
daughter
2 years
son
18641938
Birth: May 1, 1864 43 37
Death: December 16, 1938
3 years
son
18661938
Birth: November 24, 1866 45 40
Death: December 13, 1938
4 years
daughter
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(Research):http://www.angelfire.com/pa5/raven/goodmisc001.html

Obituary of Annie (Good) Horning Another old settler gone to her eternal rest. Annie Good was born in Fairfield County, Ohio, in 1826. She was married to Jacob Horning, of Fairfield county, in 1850, they lived in holy wedlock for a little more than twenty-two years, each sharing the others sorrows. The fruits of this union were twelve children, eleven of them are living. Nine of the children were with their mother during her last hours of suffering. Samuel, of Colorado, and Jacob of Ohio could not be present. The sickness of the deceased was of short duration and during her sickness she was delirious the greater part of the time. On Saturday morning two daughters, Lydia Herner and Annie Ferguson, of Illinois, arrived and during the day she was conscious, just long enough to call their names and imprint upon them a mother's kiss and Sabbath morning, January 17, at 9 o'clock the spirit returned to the God who gave it. Mr. Shoemaker, a minister of her choice, was telegraphed and arrived Tuesday morning. The friends and neighbors gathered at ten o'clock the lonely company wended their way to the brick church in Shambaugh, where Rev. Shoemaker preached an instructive and able sermon from a text selected by the deceased in Rev. 14:12-13 verses. The deceased was a kind and loving mother and a good neighbor. The church was filled to and overflowing to pay their respects to the one they loved. The ministers of Shambaugh assisted with the services. Some of the songs were also selected by our dear sister, "Oh how happy are they who their Savior obey", "Asleep in Jesus", and "Oh those beautiful hands". The family have the sympathy of all of their friends in their dark hour of sorrow; but as we mourn, we mourn not as those who have no hope for if we are faithful we will meet her again for she was a faithful Christian. For forty-five years she has lived a consistent Christian life and has been a faithful member of the Mennonite Church. She was seventy years, 2 months and a few days old at her death. 1897.

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