Edna Dougherty, 1891

Edna /Dougherty/
Given names
about 1891 41 33
Birth of a brother
about 1894 (aged 3 years)
Death of a maternal grandmother
Cause: Stroke
Citation details: 21 Dec 1897

MRS WATHEY DEAD Alliance Mourns the Loss of a True Christian Woman
Mrs Mary J. Wathey, wife of Henry Wathey, died peacefully at 6 o'clock this morning at the family residence on Columbia street. Seven years ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and since that time had been an invalid. She recently became very ill, and the end had been expected for several days. Services will be held at the residence at 7:30 Thursday evening. At 8 o'clock Friday morning the remains will be removed to Augusta. The obsequies at Augusta will be private. Deceased was born November 1, 1830, at Augusta. She came with her husband and family to Alliance ten years ago. She was a member of the Christian Church and bore her long suffering with the patience and fortitude which characterized her Christian life. In her death the community loses a pure and noble woman and the sympathy of all go to the bereaved family. She leaves besides her sorrowing husband, four daughters and one son. The daughtersare Mrs Jessie Westfall, wife of Jesse Westfall of Butte, Mont; Miss Harriet Wathey of this city; Mrs J Matilda Dougherty, wife of John Dougherty of Emlington, Pa; Mrf [sic] Nettie Carrouthers, wife of John Carrouthers of Grove City, Pa. The only son is Christopher Wathey, of Alliance. Deceased is survived by two sisters, Mrs I.C. Milbourn and Mrs T.B. Culp, both of this city, and a brother, C.C. Manfull, of Boston, Pa.

Burial of a maternal grandmother
Source: Obituary
Death of a maternal grandfather
Family with parents
Marriage Marriage
4 years
younger brother
Mother’s family with John Dougherty
mother’s partner