Mary Ann (Inman) Warner
born January 15, 1839, in Pennsylvania
died January 20, 1918, in Ottawa, Illinois
MRS. WARNER, 79 YEARS OLD, DIES
Mrs. J. F. Warner, 79 years old, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Wolfe, on Marquette street, at 10 o’clock Sunday morning. Her demise is attributed to paralysis. She had been an invalid for the past five years.
The deceased resided most of her life in Dayton. She moved to this city to live with her daughter several years ago.
Surviving she leaves four children – Mrs. George Wolfe, William Warner and Mrs. E. Luce, of this city, and Mrs. Albert Tanner, of Dayton.
The funeral service will be held at the home of William Warner, on Champlain street, to-morrow, Rev. Charles A. Briggs, officiating.1
MRS. MARY WARNER IS CLAIMED BY DEATH
Mrs. Mary A. Warner, aged 79, widow of the late J. F. Warner, died yesterday morning at 10 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Wolf, on East Marquette street. Mrs. Warner was born in Michigan and lived there until about 35 years ago when she moved to Illinois, settling in Dayton. She resided in Dayton from that time up to about two years ago when she came to this city to make her home with her daughter.
Her marriage to J. F. Warner took place in Michigan over sixty-one years ago. Mr. Warner passed away at the home in Dayton in 1911.
Surviving she leaves four children, William Warner, Mrs. George Wolf, and Mrs. Edith Luce, all of this city, and Mrs. Al Tanner of Dayton.
Funeral services for Mrs. Warner will be held from the residence of her son, William Warner, 1509 Champlain street, tomorrow afternoon at 1 o’clock and burial will be made from the Dayton cemetery.2
1. [Ottawa, Illinois] Daily Republican-Times, January 21, 1918
2. [Ottawa, Illinois] Free Trader-Journal, January 21, 1918