Obit: Hardison, Mary B. (? - 1942)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Hardison, Grantz, Gustavson, Neverman, Rorvik, Moore, Hunt

----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Aug. 1942

Hardison, Mary B. (? - 24 July 1942)

In a letter to Mr. and Mrs. George Frantz last Thursday morning from his cousin, Mrs. Henry Gustavson, Blanchard, Idaho, she announced the death of her sister, Mrs. Mary B. Hardison, in a hospital at Bellingham, Wash., July 24, 1942.

Mrs. Hardison, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Neverman, was born in Neillsville, Wis. She taught school in the rural districts in this community. Being the eldest of a family of seven, she assumed many of the responsibilities in the home, her mother having died in 1888. Aside from her household duties, she managed to procure a liberal education. She walked long distances from the home to her school work. The brick house at the corner of East Ninth and Emery Streets on the north side of the Neverman homestead.

She was married to George Hardison of this city, the couple later moving to the west. She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Rorvik, and Mrs. Theo Moore of Yakima, Wash., and by the following sisters and a brother: Dora, Mrs. Henry Gutsavson, Blanchard, Idaho; Alma, Mrs. William Hannah, Mineral Point; Eda, Mrs. Clair Hunt, Minneapolis, and Rudolph Neverman, Fresno, California. Two brothers, Carl and Otto preceded her in death.

Funeral services were conducted on Monday, July 27, at Bellingham, interment being made in the Woodlawn Cemetery there.



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