Mary Elizabeth Arthur, 18541914 (aged 59 years)

Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson 1854-1914
Name
Mary Elizabeth /Arthur/
Given names
Mary Elizabeth
Surname
Arthur
Married name
Mary Elizabeth /Jr Hutchinson/
Married name
Mary Elizabeth /Hutchinson/
Birth September 12, 1854
MarriageJohn Hutchinson JrView this family
November 5, 1879 (aged 25 years)
Birth of a sonJohn Charles Hutchinson
September 8, 1884 (aged 29 years)
Birth of a daughterMary Edith Hutchinson
January 17, 1887 (aged 32 years)
Death of a sonJohn Charles Hutchinson
1891 (aged 36 years)
Birth of a daughterIvy Belle Hutchinson
March 30, 1891 (aged 36 years)
Death April 1, 1914 (aged 59 years)
Burial April 4, 1914 (3 days after death)
Address: Masonic-IOOF Cemetery
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OBITUARY
April 9, 1914 (8 days after death)
Address: The Montezuma Republican
Note: OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

Mary Elizabeth Arthur was born near Warsaw, Coshocton county, Ohio, September 12, 1854. With her parents she moved to Poweshiek county, Iowa in 1864. On November 5, 1879, she was united in marriage to Mr John Hutchinson, when they moved to a farm and in 1895 came to Montezuma. To this union three children were born, John Charles, who died when six years old, two daughters, Edith and Ivy at home.

Besides the husband and daughters she is survived by two sisters, Mrs Charles Wolford, of Deep River, Iowa; Mrs R H Hutchinson, of Oakland, Calif; three brothers, W P Arthur, Montezuma, Iowa; J S Arthur, Tyran, Canada; R N Arthur, Fielder, S Dakota, also many other relatives and friends.

Eleven years ago last October she was stricken with paralysis and tho she had been an invalid ever since, she bore the affliction with great fortitude and patience, appreciating the loving ministry of her family and friends. Only a few days before her death she spoke very tenderly of her husband and daughters, who had done so much for her, anticipating her every wish.

She had not been so well for a few days and on Wednesday morning, April 1, the wearied body gave up the struggle and she fell asleep, aged 59, years, 6 months and 12 days.

Mrs Hutchinson was converted and united with the Methodist Episcopal church in 1885 under the pastorate of J G Barton. She remained loyal to the church and faithful in Christ to the end. "He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name, before my Father and before His angels."

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at her late home in charge of Rev George Blagg, assisted by Rev J L Henning. There were present a large number of friends and relatives to pay a last tribute to one whom in life was a devoted wife, a loving mother and a devout christian.

Montezuma Republican, April 9, 1914

OBITUARY

Mrs Mary Hutchinson, of This City Passes Away.

Wednesday, April 1, at 11:30 am, Mrs Mary Hutchinson passed in to the dreamless sleep that knows no earthly awakening. About ten years ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and has been an invalid every since. Her death, however, was sudden, one of the daughters being called from the public schools, a short time before the end.

The deceased was a most excellent woman and had many friends. She is survived by the husband, John Hutchinson and two daughter, Misses Edith and Ivy, also by three brothers and two sisters; William Arthur of this county, R H Arthur of Fielder, N D; John S Arthur of Saskatchewan, Canada; Mrs Charles Wolford, of Deep River and Mrs R F Hutchinson of Oakland, Calif.

The citizens of this community will extend to the bereaved husband, children and brothers and sisters sincere sympathy in their sorrow.

No arrangements have been made for the funeral.

Family with John Hutchinson Jr
husband
18501933
Birth: March 28, 1850 25 27Bowling Township, Rock Island County, Illinois, United States of America
Death: December 27, 1933Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, United States of America
herself
Mary Elizabeth Hutchinson 1854-1914
18541914
Birth: September 12, 1854Warsaw, Coshocton County, Ohio, United States of America
Death: April 1, 1914Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage MarriageNovember 5, 1879Iowa, United States of America
5 years
son
18841891
Birth: September 8, 1884 34 29Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: 1891Scott Township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
2 years
daughter
18871978
Birth: January 17, 1887 36 32Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: March 30, 1978Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, United States of America
4 years
daughter
18911971
Birth: March 30, 1891 41 36Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: September 1971Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa, United States of America
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OBITUARY.

Mary Elizabeth Arthur was born near Warsaw, Coshocton county, Ohio, September 12, 1854. With her parents she moved to Poweshiek county, Iowa in 1864. On November 5, 1879, she was united in marriage to Mr John Hutchinson, when they moved to a farm and in 1895 came to Montezuma. To this union three children were born, John Charles, who died when six years old, two daughters, Edith and Ivy at home.

Besides the husband and daughters she is survived by two sisters, Mrs Charles Wolford, of Deep River, Iowa; Mrs R H Hutchinson, of Oakland, Calif; three brothers, W P Arthur, Montezuma, Iowa; J S Arthur, Tyran, Canada; R N Arthur, Fielder, S Dakota, also many other relatives and friends.

Eleven years ago last October she was stricken with paralysis and tho she had been an invalid ever since, she bore the affliction with great fortitude and patience, appreciating the loving ministry of her family and friends. Only a few days before her death she spoke very tenderly of her husband and daughters, who had done so much for her, anticipating her every wish.

She had not been so well for a few days and on Wednesday morning, April 1, the wearied body gave up the struggle and she fell asleep, aged 59, years, 6 months and 12 days.

Mrs Hutchinson was converted and united with the Methodist Episcopal church in 1885 under the pastorate of J G Barton. She remained loyal to the church and faithful in Christ to the end. "He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name, before my Father and before His angels."

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at her late home in charge of Rev George Blagg, assisted by Rev J L Henning. There were present a large number of friends and relatives to pay a last tribute to one whom in life was a devoted wife, a loving mother and a devout christian.

Montezuma Republican, April 9, 1914

OBITUARY

Mrs Mary Hutchinson, of This City Passes Away.

Wednesday, April 1, at 11:30 am, Mrs Mary Hutchinson passed in to the dreamless sleep that knows no earthly awakening. About ten years ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and has been an invalid every since. Her death, however, was sudden, one of the daughters being called from the public schools, a short time before the end.

The deceased was a most excellent woman and had many friends. She is survived by the husband, John Hutchinson and two daughter, Misses Edith and Ivy, also by three brothers and two sisters; William Arthur of this county, R H Arthur of Fielder, N D; John S Arthur of Saskatchewan, Canada; Mrs Charles Wolford, of Deep River and Mrs R F Hutchinson of Oakland, Calif.

The citizens of this community will extend to the bereaved husband, children and brothers and sisters sincere sympathy in their sorrow.

No arrangements have been made for the funeral.