Obit: Howe, Maude
M. ( 1876 - 1930)
Contact: Lani Bartelt
Surnames: Howe, Wilbur, Farnsworth, Merrill, Harris, Peterson, Hamilton, Beede, Weaver
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) October 18,1930
Howe, Maude M. (23 April 1876 –10 Oct. 1930)
Mrs. Maude M. Howe, nee Miss Maude Wilbur, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stanley Wilbur, was born at Antigo, Wis. April 23,1876.
At the age of twenty one years she was united in marriage with Lawrence Edwin Howe of Humbird, Wis. To this union was born one daughter, Geneva, now Mrs. C. Bernard Peterson of North Evans, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Howe and daughter made their home in Minneapolis for many years. On account of Mrs. Howe’s failing health she and her husband went last spring to New York, where their daughter and family resides. Returning to Minneapolis two weeks ago she was taken to Deaconess hospital where she passed away on Friday evening Oct. 10,1930 aged 54 years 5 months and 11 days.
News of her death was a great shock to her many old friends here as they were not aware of her serious illness. She was a kind, loving wife, mother and sister and was dearly loved by her many friends and relatives.
She leaves to mourn her departure her husband, daughter, four grandchildren, three sisters; Mrs. Ada Farnsworth of Humbird; Mrs. Mabel Merrill of Minneapolis; and Mrs. Hazel Harris of Altoona, and two brothers, Carl A. Wilbur and Layton O. Wilbur both of Humbird.
The funeral services at the M. E. church Tuesday afternoon was attended by many old friend and neighbors of the deceased. Relatives and friends from away were her husband, and daughter, Mrs. C. B. Peterson and four grandchildren from North Evans, N. Y.; Arthur Howe of Prescott; Henry Harris and family of Altoona; R. H. Hamilton and Homer Beede and wife of Merrilan.
The burial sermon was preached by Rev. E. A. Weaver and interment was in the family lot in Houghtonburg cemetery beside her parents,(with) her brothers, brothers in law and cousins acting as pallbearers.
Card of Thanks
Again in our great sorrow we wish to thank the many friends who so kindly assisted us in so many ways at the time of the burial of our dear sister, wife, and mother.
Mr. L. E. Howe
Mrs. C. B. Peterson
Mrs. Ada Farnsworth
Mrs Mabel Merrill
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