Obit: Mabie, Lovina (1851 - 1914)

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Surnames: MABIE COOK BARRETT BERRET COOLEDGE COOLRIDGE

----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 04/02/1914

Mabie, Lovina (5 DEC 1851 - 26 MAR 1914)

To all who knew her, the death of Mrs. Lovina Mabie will come to them as a shock, as she passed so quickly away, after the death of her mother only six weeks before. Miss Lovina Cook was born in Sheboygan, Wis., Dec. 5, 1851, where she lived until 1881, when she, with her people moved to Loyal, Clark County, Wis., where she married George Mabie, who preceded her three years.

In March 1912 she, with her aged mother, and the remaining members of the family, moved to Oakland, Oregon, where she lived until during the winter, when she went to her daughter's, Mrs. Barrett, at Cottage Grove, Oregon. There she had better medical treatment, as her health at this time was very poor. She rode to the Dr's., a distance of two mile on Sunday. She was out on the street Monday morning walking and in the afternoon rode out with the doctor's wife. At night she ate her supper as usual, sat in a chair talking with them, at about seven p.m. March 26th, when all a once she stopped breathing without a struggle or word, like blowing out a candle. She leaves to mourn her loss a daughter, Mrs. Myrtia Berrett, two brothers, W. M. cook of Oakland, Oregon, and H. B. Cook of Junction City, Oregon, a half sister, Alice Cooledge, in Chicago, besides many friends. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Aldrich, pastor of the M. E. Church, and the remains laid in the Cottage Grove Cemetery.

 

 


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