Memorials to Annie C. Funk

Memorial Postcard

A memorial postcard from 1912 showing her home and the school in India where she taught.

Memorial Plaque

Memorial Plaques

Plaque originally in the Sage Chapel, Northfield Campus, now at Mount Hermon Campus Chapel

Memorial Plaque

A plaque that was returned from India and is now in Bally in the Butter Valley Community Church

In memory of miss Annie C funk missionary who arrived in Janjgir December 1905 and left in March 1912. She perished with the ill-fated Titanic, April 15, 1912. God says my spirit the main death among you, fear ye not. Haggai 2:5

Funk Plot

Funk Plot

Cenotaph for Annie at her parents grave at Hereford Mennonite Church Cemetery, Pennsylvania

ERECTED BY
THE EASTERN DISTRICT CONFERENCE
OF THE MENNONITE CHURCH
IN MEMORY OF
ANNIE C. FUNK
MISSIONARY IN INDIA 1906-1912
DAUGHTER OF
JAMES B. AND SUSAN FUNK
BORN APRIL 12, 1874. DIED APRIL 15, 1912
AGED 38 YEARS AND 3 DAYS.

SHE WAS COMING HOME ON HER FIRST FUR-
LOUGH, WHEN DEATH OVERTOOK HER IN THE
WRECK OF THE STEAMSHIP TITANIC OFF THE
COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND.- HER LIFE WAS ONE OF SERVICE IN THE
SPIRIT OF THE MASTER-"NOT TO BE MINISTERED
UNTO BUT TO MINISTER.

Related Biographies:

Annie Clemmer Funk

Acknowledgements

Photos courtesy of Gunter Babler

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