Birth25 Feb 1856, Paulding County, Ohio255
Death14 Jun 1920, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas260 Age: 64
BurialStuevely Cemetery, Duchouquet Township, Auglaize County, Ohio260,261
Birth13 Feb 1845, Allen County, Ohio259,164, p. 118.
Death31 Jan 1908, Two Mile, Logan Township, Auglaize County, Ohio255,259 Age: 62
BurialStuevely Cemetery, Duchouquet Township, Auglaize County, Ohio258,171, v. 2, bk. 2, p. 301.
FatherWilliam P. MOREY (1814-1852)
MotherRebecca PATTERSON (1817-1893)
Marriage6 Jan 1876, Wapakoneta, Auglaize County, Ohio254
ChildrenJay Dewey (1898-1990)
Notes for Agnes Amanda HOOPINGARNER

1880 U.S. Census:2226 Agnes enumerated in the household of her husband S. S. Morey in Logan Township, Auglaize County, Ohio as a female, white, age 24, wife, married, keeping house, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Ohio.

1920 Obituary:260 Deaths in county during the week. Mrs. Agnes Morey. Mr. and Mrs. Madison Moore received a message Tuesday apprising them of the death of Mrs. Moore's sister, Mrs. Agnes Morey, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Tillie Burns, Independence, Kan. Her death occurred June 14th after an extended illness. The body was shipped to Cridersville where the funeral will take place from the U. B. church this afternoon, Rev. Mell, officiating. Burial in Two Mile cemetery.

Mrs. Morey was the widow of S. S. Morey, who died twelve years ago. She made her home at Two Mile for many years but after the death of her husband moved to Cridersville, where she resided until her illness about two years ago compelled her to accept the care of her daughter.

Besides Mrs. Burns, she is survived by Jay Morey, Chicago; Ernest and Arthur Morey, Oklahoma; Clarence Morey, Lima; and Mrs. Hartman Fritz, near Buckland. George Hoopingarner is a brother of the deceased.

1920 Obituary:261 Death of Mrs. S. S. Morey at Independence, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Madison Moore and other relatives in this city are in the receipt of a telegram notifying them of the death of Mrs. S. S. Morey, of Independence, Kansas, which occurred, Monday, June 14, 1920, the deceased having been paralyzed for the past two years. Mrs. Morey was formerly Miss Agnes Hoopingarner. For many years she made her home in Cridersville, prior to moving to Kansas. The remains will be brought to Lima, Wednesday p. m. and the funeral will take place from the U. B. Church at Cridersville at 10 a. m. Thursday. Burial at Two Mile cemetery.

1920 Tombstone:171, v. 2, bk. 2, p. 301. Stuevely Cemetery (also known as Two Mile Cemetery and Wheeler Cemetery), Duchouquet Township, Auglaize County, Ohio.
Agnes A. Morey
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