Obit: Pearson (Peterson) , Jessie (1872? - 1909)

Contact: Marsha Hosfeld
Surnames: Muir, Peterson
----Source: Marshfield News 30 Sept. 1909 P. 8 C. 3
Pearson (Peterson) , Jessie (1872? - 25 SEP 1909)
(The family says the name was Pearson, even though the following articles say Peterson)  
Town of Rock
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Muir received the sad intelligence of the death of their daughter, better known to us as Jessie Muir, at her home near Elroy last week. She is survived by her husband and little ones. It is indeed sad and heartfelt sympathy of all go out to the bereaved.
(Marshfield News Thursday 30 Sept. 1909 P. 8 C. 4)  
Town of Lincoln News
Your correspondent was informed that Mrs. Jessie Peterson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Muir died last Saturday at her home near Elroy and was buried there last Monday, her parents and brothers here attending.
(Marshfield News Thursday 30 Sept. 1909 P. 8 C. 4)  
Lindsey News
Last Saturday evening a telegram was received from Warrens, Monroe county announcing the death of Mrs. Jessie Peterson, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Muir of Nasonville. The day before her mother and her sister, Mrs. Porter started to see her. Last Sunday, Thomas Muir, his four boys and daughter took the 11 o'clock train at Chili for Warrens in order to be there for the funeral which took place Monday. Mrs. Peterson was 37 years old and had been married 12 years. She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her death. The children are 8, 4 and 2 years old. The neighbors and friends sympathize with the bereaved family.



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