Obit: Haskins, Celia A. (1869 - 1925)
Surnames: HASKINS WHITE ROSCOE
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 04/16/1925
Haskins, Celia A. (JUN 1869 - 25 MAR 1925)
(The Wibaux Pioneer Gazette, Wibaux, Mont.)
The community suffered a sad heart throb when it learned of the silent passing away of Mrs. Celia Ann Haskins, the wife of the deceased William H. Haskins, in this city Wednesday evening. For many years she has been a silent and patient sufferer, a mother, who had a hard struggle, and has gone to the reward of one who did her task well, who fought a good fight and kept the faith to the end.
Everything had been done for her during her years of invalidism. But there was no apparent cure for her ailments. On Wednesday afternoon between the hours of four and five o'clock March 25th, she quietly crept away, with her children at her bedside patiently watching the silent and uncomplaining sufferer.
Mrs. Haskins was born in Fond du Lac Co., Wis. June 1869 and was 55 years and nine months old when the end came. She moved later into Clark County, Wis., where she was married in June 1895. She moved with her husband and children later to the State of Washington, where they resided for some time, coming to Montana where her husband William H. Haskins died seven years ago last December. To this union there were born five children, Miss Gladys Haskins, Mrs. T. J. white, formerly Miss Fay Haskins, who recently arrived from Washington to be at her mothers bedside, Ted, Harold and Thelma.
She leaves her children as mourners, her father, Bob Roscoe and a brother, James Roscoe, who now resides in Idaho.
The burial services were held at the Congregational Church Sunday afternoon March 29th at two o'clock, Rev. Charles M. Donaldson of the Methodist Church of Glendive officiating. Burial took place in the Wibaux Cemetery.
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