Annie Elizabeth Tyler passed away Thursday, Dec. 18, 1941, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank J. Hambelton, where she had made her home during winter months for the past six years.
Two and one half years ago Mrs. Tyler suffered a paralytic stroke, which resulted in her death.
Her funeral was held in the Booth chapel Saturday morning, with Rev. O. M. Adams of the community church officiating.
Annie Elizabeth Conley was born in Warrensburg, Mo., Feb. 10, 1862. On September 30, 1877, she was married to Henry Francis Tyler at West point, Mo. They came to Wallowa County in 1889, with their three small daughters and settled in Joseph, Oregon, where they lived several years. They celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary Sept. 30, 1940.
Mr. Tyler passed away April 24, 1941. Mrs. Tyler is survived by her three daughters, Mrs. Frank Hambelton of Enterprise, Mrs. Ed Litsey, who has been here the past two and a half years helping care for her mother, and Mrs. Weldon Mitchell of Boise, Idaho, and by eight great grandchildren.
One brother, G. F. Conley, of Eugene, Oreg., and two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Austin of Dayton, Wash., and Mrs. Sophia Mahon of Joseph, Oregon.
Mrs. Tyler was a life-long member of the Methodist Church.
Contributed by: Sue Wells