Rose Mayer Williamson
This picture was taken around 1914 by her son-in-law John Dorsey Brown

Born: 06 Jun 1879 - Goff, Nemaha Co., Kansas
Died: 09 Jun 1944 - Patagonia, Arizona
Father: Franklin Mayer
Mother: Margaret V. Cobb

Newspaper Obituary - June 1944
Rancher's Wife Is Laid To Rest
Mrs. Rose Williamson Is Buried In Canille; Funeral In Patagonia

Funeral services were held this afternoon in Patagonia for
Mrs. Rose Williamson, 65, who passed away Friday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. John McClung. Rev. Louis Pickett of Tucson officiated.
Internment was made in the Black Oak cemetery in Canille.
Mrs. Williamson died Friday following a long illness.
Death was caused by a complication of diseases.

She was a native of Goff, Kansas and came to Arizona with
her husband Jack Williamson in 1906. The family homesteaded in the
San Rafael Valley in 1915.

She is survived by her husband J.W. Williamson prominent rancher,
and by three daughters, Mrs. John McClung and Mrs. Merna Brown,
of Patagonia and Mrs. Rose Buchanan of Seattle, Washington.
Also surviving are three brothers and a sister, Herbert Mayer and
Roy Mayer of Kansas, and Edmund Mayer of Colorado, and
Mrs. D.P. Bontrager of Cement, Oklahoma.
Four grandchildren survive including Lt. John Dorsey Brown, Jr.
who is somewhere in the South Pacific.

Mrs. Williamson was widely known in the rural section of the county.
She had been ill for some time. The Carroon Mortuary was in charge.

Rose Mayer Williamson with her husband Jack. Picture Circa 1930's,

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