Obit: Diamond, Mary E. (1866? - 1940)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Diamond, Wagner

----Sources: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 02/29/1940

Diamond, Mary E. (1866? - 25 FEB 1940)

Miss Mary E. Diamond, sister of Mrs. Wm. Wagner Sr. of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), died at Shorewood Sanitorium, Milwaukee, Wis., on Sunday morning, Feb. 25, 1940, of heart disease. She was born at Brazier Falls, New York and had reached the age of seventy-three years and had been a resident of Milwaukee for fifty years, where she followed the profession of a registered nurse.

Funeral services were held on Monday morning at St. John’s Cathedral. Burial services were held at Montello, Wis., on Tuesday morning, where interment followed in the family lot. She leaves to mourn her departure one sister as stated above and two brothers, Dr. John Diamond of Gladshore, Mich., and Daniel Diamond of McIntosh, Ontario, Canada.

(Additional Note)

Hello Stan:
I did not notice the date that you posted the obits for Frances Cotter Diamond and Mary E. Diamon, her daughter, but thought that I would say thank you for your work. My ggrandmother's sister, Emma Lieber, was married to John A. Diamond, son of Frances Cotter Diamond and Daniel Diamond of Brasher, St. Lawrence Co., NY>Wisconsin>Michigan
It has been a stretch of the imagination to find any info on either of these families.....Finding the post of Mary E. Diamond obit helped me to find the rest of the children of Daniel and Frances and discover where they were living in New York. I have been trying to compile as much info on the Diamond family as possible. Francis Cotter was born in Ireland, so I am up against a brick wall with her.
Once again, thanks for your time and hard work in researching these obits.

Cristy Schulze-Culp
WA State
Lieber/Diamond/ Cotter/Bangs



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