Fannie Good Next

1881 Jun 15: Born to Joel Good and Susanna Huber. (1)

1904 Dec 21: John P. Brenneman marries Fannie Good. (1,2)

  No children.

John P. and Fannie spend several years near Peabody, KS and then five years in La Junta, CO and about a year in Ohio. (2)

1910 Apr 19: The US Census shows John and Fannie in La Junta, CO. Fannie's sister Minnie Alice and her husband Samuel G. Winey appear just above them on the census. (10)

1913 Jul 4: John's mother dies; buried at Salem Mennonite Church near Elida, OH. (7,8)

1918 ca.: They move to Hesston, KS and remain there until John dies. (2)

1920: Floyd Good lives with John and Fannie while attending school in Hesston for a time including 1920. (9)

1933 Jul 9: John P. Brenneman dies in Hesston, KS; buried Eastlawn Cemetery. (2)

Fannie spends the last 2 1/2 years of her life at the Mennonite Sanitarium (La Junta) in La Junta, CO where her brother John runs the laundry. (3,4)

1936 Apr 19: Fannie Good Brenneman dies in La Junta; buried Eastlawn Cemetery near Hesston, KS. (1,3)

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