Thursday, March 02, 1922
WORTHY WOMAN IS CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. Fannie Johnson, Departed
Mrs. Fannie Johnson, a most worthy and lovable woman passed away at her home near New Plymouth last Sunday, February 26 at the age of 67 years.
The deceased was born at Richland, Keokuk County, Iowa, February 2, 1855, where she received her education. She was married in 1871 to William Johnson, who after fifty years of useful and happy married life is left to mourn the loss of wife and helpmate. They were blessed with a family of seven children, all surviving. They are: Mrs. V. Mercer and Lorenzo Johnson, of Payette, Lot and Curtis Johnson, of Ontario, Levi Johnson and Mrs. J. E. Brassfield, of New Plymouth, and Earnest Johnson, of Camden, Washington. She is also survived by two brothers, Perry and Albert Tally, who live in the East.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson came to Idaho 18 years ago and have made a host of friends in this vicinity. The deceased joined the Methodist church when 13 years of age and all through her long and useful life has been a faithful member of the church and maintained a most worthy christian character.
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon by Rev. C. L. Walker at the Lauer Undertaking Parlors and were attended by the family and many friends and acquaintances.