- Harrell, Lizzie Julia Baker 70089888
b. Oct. 2, 1870 d. Aug. 17, 1921 Clarinda Cemetery
married Charles L. "Dick" Harrell Oct 6, 1890
Mrs C. L. Harrell died at her home in this city about 4 o'clock Wednesday morning, Aug. 17, 1921. Mrs. Harrell had been an invalid for a number of years. For about eleven years she has been unable to get around except with the aid of an invalid's chair, and since about the time of the death of her daughter, Mrs. Rae Harrell Trawver, in January of 1920, she has been confined to her bed. She has been a patient sufferer, never uttering a word of complaint, and until a few hours before her death, at which time she
became unconscious, maintained the cheerful spirit and clear judgment that were hers naturally. Mrs. Harrell's maiden name was Lizzie Julia Baker.
She was born east of Clarinda on the farm now owned by Dr. E. T. Farrens, Oct. 2, 1870. She was married to C. L. Harrell Oct. 6, 1890. One child, Rae Harrell Trawver, was born to Aug. 1, 1891, and passed away Jan. 26, 1920. Mrs. Harrell is survived by her husband; one grandchild, Claire Trawver; one sister, Laura A. Baker; three half brothers, Perry Farrens, of Clearmont, Mo.; and Will Farrens and Dr. E. T. Farrens, both of Clarinda; and one half sister, Mrs. John Thompson of Cameron. Mo. The funeral is to be held this afternoon, at the Dr. E. T. Farrens home in this city. The service will be conducted by Dr. A. B. Marshall, pastor of the Presbyterian church of which church Mrs. Harrell was a member. Interment is to be in the Cla rinda cemetery. CLARINDA JOURNAL, Clarinda, Iowa, Aug 18, 1921
C L Harrell (____ - 1936)
Rae Harrell Trawver (1891 - 1920)