McIntyre, Mary Aggie (11 MAY 1855 - 5 DEC 1890)






----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 12/11/1890

McIntyre, Mary Aggie (11 MAY 1855 - 5 DEC 1890)

Died, at her home in Neillsville, Clark County, Dec. 5th, 1890, of Pneumonia, Mrs. Mary Aggie McIntyre, wife of James C. McIntyre, aged 35 years, 6 months and 25 days.

Her maiden name was Weaver. She was born at Morrisburgh, Dandas Co., Ontario. Her marriage to Mr. McIntyre took place at Toronto, April 27th, 1883. Soon after that she came to Neillsville, where she has since made her home.

For two or three years her health has been very delicate, so that she has frequently dispaired of life. Her last illness was quite brief.

Her daughter Edith, aged seven years, is left behind in tender childhood in care of the Good Shepherd of Israel.

As a Christian she retained her place in the Episcopal Church to the day of her death, but for several years she had come under the watchful care of the pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Consequently the old pastor of this church was called to officiate at her funeral on Monday of this week. The services were held in the church, and were deeply impressive. Sweet songs and beautiful flowers added to the occasion, and there was laid away in the resting place of the dead, The remain of one whose memory is cherished because of the nobility of her character and the purity of her life.



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