Submitted by: Susan Langheld
Death Notices from Newspaper in Cleveland, TN
1909-1911(from microfilm)


Answers Summons of the Death Angle and Goes to Her Reward

Mrs. Rose Ann Rymer, widow of the late James Rymer, died Saturday at her home in East Cleveland after a long and painful illness. Deceased was born in Polk County, near Benton on May 18, 1841 and was therefore 68 years at the time of her death. Before her marriage Miss Rose Ann Kerr. She was married to James Rymer in 1860. Her husband, it will be recalled , died about a year ago. She is survived by five children, two boys and three daughters. The daughters are Mrs. Serepta Howard, of Benton; Miss Niva Rymer, of this city; and Mrs. Rodha Bowens of Ala. The sons are Fate and Robert Rymer, both of this city. The funeral was held at Hopewell Sunday afternoon, being conducted by Rev. L.B.Stivers, after which interment at Hopewell cemetery. (June 29, 1909 Cleveland Journal & Banner)