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Mary M. MeyerAge: 64 years18461911

Name
Mary M. Meyer
Given names
Mary M.
Surname
Meyer
Birth August 1, 1846
MarriageMonroe W. HainesView this family
September 24, 1864 (Age 18 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Caroline Haines
about 1875 (Age 28 years)
Death of a husbandMonroe W. Haines
February 24, 1910 (Age 63 years)
Death January 13, 1911 (Age 64 years)
Obituary
Marion Star
January 21, 1911 (8 days after death)
Note: "Mrs Mary M. Haines, child of Frank J. and Caroline Meyer, was born in Canton, Stark County, Aug 1, 1846. She was the last surviving member of a family of five children.... Sep 24, 1864 she was married to Monroe W. Haines, who died Feb 24, 1910. The greater part of their married life was spent in Marion, but about eight years ago, they removed to Washington, DC, where the family has since made their home. Mrs Haines was devoted to her family and her home. She was fond of music and all the fine accomplishments which count for so much in the making of perfect womanhood. She was a member of the Episcopal Church, and whenever her health permitted, she was a regular attendant. In an accident six years ago she sustained a fracture of the hip. Being naturally delicate, she never recovered from the effects of this injury. Although she had failed steadily since that time, her death came unexpectedly. She fell asleep on the morning on Jan 13, 1911. Her only daughter Miss Carolyn E., is left to mourn, as well as numerous friends in this city, Washington, and her girlhood home of Canton." Marion Star, 21 Jan 1911
Family with Monroe W. Haines - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: September 24, 1864Marion Co, Ohio
11 years
daughter

Obituary

"Mrs Mary M. Haines, child of Frank J. and Caroline Meyer, was born in Canton, Stark County, Aug 1, 1846. She was the last surviving member of a family of five children.... Sep 24, 1864 she was married to Monroe W. Haines, who died Feb 24, 1910. The greater part of their married life was spent in Marion, but about eight years ago, they removed to Washington, DC, where the family has since made their home. Mrs Haines was devoted to her family and her home. She was fond of music and all the fine accomplishments which count for so much in the making of perfect womanhood. She was a member of the Episcopal Church, and whenever her health permitted, she was a regular attendant. In an accident six years ago she sustained a fracture of the hip. Being naturally delicate, she never recovered from the effects of this injury. Although she had failed steadily since that time, her death came unexpectedly. She fell asleep on the morning on Jan 13, 1911. Her only daughter Miss Carolyn E., is left to mourn, as well as numerous friends in this city, Washington, and her girlhood home of Canton." Marion Star, 21 Jan 1911