84. George Allison4 Linn (Joseph A.3, Thomas2, Andrew1)(788) was born in Beech Creek, PA December 11, 1854.(789) George died February 6, 1937 in Glendale, Maricopa Co., Arizona, at 82 years of age.(790)

He married three times. He married Thressa L. Bradley. Thressa was born November 21, 1855.(791) (Additional notes for Thressa L. Bradley(792)) He married Pernetter Emmalaine Lilly in Olathe, Johnson Co., Kansas, August 19, 1885.(793) Pernetter was born in Flattop, Raleigh Co., West Virginia February 23, 1856. Pernetter(794) was the daughter of Anderson Lilly and Nancy Thompson. Pernetter died March 26, 1901 in Cimarron, Gray Co., Kansas, at 45 years of age.(795) Her body was interred March 1901 in Ingalls, Gray Co., KS, Ingalls Cemetery.(796) He married Malinda J. ___ April 28, 1904. The service was conducted by the Reverend John Morrison.(797) Malinda was born February 15, 1864.(798) (Additional notes for Malinda J. ___(799)) Malinda died February 15, 1907 at 43 years of age.(800) Her body was interred in Ingalls, Gray Co., KS, Ingalls Cemetery.(801) She resided in Kingman, Kingman Co., Kansas April 28, 1904.(802)

He resided in Casleton Twp., Reno Co., KS 1895.(803) He resided in Cimarron, Gray Co., Kansas est 1904.(804) George and Pernetter were married by F. E. Hendereson, probate judge (1204:8). Source 1206 pages 5 and 6 contain a list of births, deaths and marriages occurring within the Lilly family. However, because the records do not state clearly that these are the siblings of Pernetter, they cannot be included in this work as such. These records indicate that Pernetter was the seventh of ten children born to Anderson and Nancy Lilly and that two of her younger siblings did not survive childhood. __________________Various Obituaries for George Allison Linn George Allison Linn was born in Beech Creek, Pennsylvania, December 11, 1854 and departed this life February 6, 1937 at the age of 82 years, 1 month and 27 days at Glendale, Arizona where he had been a resident a little over a year. The funeral service was conducted at the J.S. Brazill Chapel Monday afternoon by Rev. Kelso, a duet "Hold My Hand Dear Father" and a solo "the Beautiful City of Gold" were song by Miss Dorothy Wells and Mrs. H.M. Burgett. Interment made in the Glendale Memorial Park. Mr. Linn was one of Kansas earliest pioneers, spending the early part of his life as a boy in Illinois. He moved to Olathe and lived until 1886 when he moved with his family to a homestead north of Ingalls spending the remainder of his life in or about Cimarron and Ingalls, until Sept. 1935 when he moved to Arizona with his daughter. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Cecil A. Moore, Hawthorne, California, Mrs. Maude Cuffles, Hutchinson, Kansas; Mrs. Clara Jackson, Broken Bow, Nebraska and Mrs. Marie Odgers, Glendale, Arizona, two sons Lester L. Linn of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado and Burrel G. Lynn of Cimarron, three brothers, three sisters, twenty grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Prenitta E. Linn, two daughers, Beulah and Lilly and a son Naoman S. Linn. He leaves to grieve his departure a host of other relatives, step-children and many old time friends and neighbors. George Allison Linn, age 82 years, who reside at 539 east D avenue, died Sunday. He has been a resident of Glendale a little over a year. The funeral service was conducted at the J.S. Brazill chapel Monday afternoon by Rev. Kelso of the Nazarine church. Interment was made in Glendale Cemetery. Mr. Linn is survived by four daughters Mrs. Cecil Moore of Hawthorne, California, Mrs. Maud Capplea of Kansas, Mrs. Clara of Nebraska, and Mrs Marie Odgers of Glendale; and tow sons, Burl G. of Kansas and Lester L. of Colorado. He also has three sisters and two brothers, non of whom reside here. The death of George A. Linn, 82 years old, occurred Saturday in his home here. The funeral was held Monday afternoon in the J.S. Brazill chapel with the Rev. W.F. Kelso officiating. Burial was in the Glendale cemetery. Mr. Linn moved here about a year ago from Pennsylvania. Survivors, aside from his daughter, Mrs. Marie Odger of Glendale, are three daughters, two sons, three brothers, three sisters, 20 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, all living in the east. [A note by editor Brian Linn -- this particular obituary is inconsistent in several matters with other sources and should be considered accordingly.] Funeral services for George A. Linn, 82 years old, who died Saturday in his home here, were held yesterday afternoon with the Rev. W.F. Kelso officiating. Burial was in Glendale cemetery. He had resided here only one year, coming from Pennsylvania. The only survivor living here is Mrs. Marie Odgers, a daughter. There also are three other daughters, two sons, three brothers, three sisters, 20 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. [Editor's note - - it is likely incorrect that he resided in Pennsylvania as this is inconsistent with other sources.] The above obituaries contain some significant spelling errors and are from source 1208:1. ___________________________Card of Thanks (1208:1) We wish to thank all those who aided us in the illness and death of our beloved father, G.A. Linn, and for the beautiful floral offerings. H.W. Odgers and family. _____________________Untitled Newspaper Clipping (1208:1) Mr. and Mrs. Troy Linn and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Linn of Superior, Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Westfall of Cimarron, Kansas, who have been guests of Mrs. Harold Odgers, East D avenue, have returned to their homes. ___________________________Further Research Required Source 1207:4 indicates that three children were born years prior to the marriage of George and Pernetter: Clara, Viola, and Cecile. The first obituary above refers to step-children. It should also be noted that the birth date for these three entries in 1207:4 are in different hand writing than the other birth date entries. Source 1208:1 in the newspaper clipping (see above) lists Troy Linn and Glen Linn. It must be determined if these men are descendants of Andrew Linn Sr. In addition, source 1280:1 indicates that he had three brothers and three sisters. The names of these people must be ascertained along with birth dates, spouses, children and so on. Source 01896 has the following: "I figured that Thressa must have died and George married Pernetter, he also married a woman named Malinda J. somebody he married her after Pernetter died."

George Allison Linn and Thressa L. Bradley had the following children:

child + 267 i. Clara May5 Linn was born September 19, 1880.

child 268 ii. Viola Maude Linn(805) was born in Humphrey, Platte Co., NE October 25, 1881. Viola died May 1, 1937 at 55 years of age.

child + 269 iii. Cecil Amelia Linn was born November 5, 1883.

George Allison Linn and Pernetter Emmalaine Lilly had the following children:

child + 270 iv. Lester Lenn Linn was born April 15, 1886.

child + 271 v. Burrl Garnette Linn was born July 13, 1888.

child + 272 vi. Naaman Simeon Linn was born July 15, 1892.

child 273 vii. Bulah Edith Linn(806) was born April 8, 1895. Bulah died May 27, 1895 at less than one year of age. She was sealed to her parents in Oakland, September 7, 1994. Temple Code: temple code unknown.(807)

child + 274 viii. Mabel Marie Linn was born July 20, 1898.

child 275 ix. Lilly Linn(808) was born January 13, 1901. Lilly died January 18, 1901 at less than one year of age.

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