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Algonquin Historic
Commission

Mary A. Stewalt

Was born in Scotland, October 4th, 1844, and came to America in 1868. She laws married June 23rd, 1871, to John Johnston, of Chicago, where they resided several years moving from there to Algonquin. Seven children were born to them, four of whom have died and were buried in Graceland cemetery where their mother’s remains were taken. Mrs. Johnston was beloved by all who knew her, she had so endeared herself to her neighbors that in her loss they all feel as though they had indeed lost a relative. She died August 7, 1898. The husband, father, brother and children have the heart-felt sympathy of the entire community.

P. N. Forn
Henry Keyes
Wm A. Nason

Signed Committee

 

ALGONQUN CAMP No. 400, M. W. A.

WHEREAS, It has pleased the Supreme Being to remove from earthly life the wife of our esteemed neighbor John Johnston, and

WHEREAS, Our esteemed neighbor has by the loss of his beloved and faithful wife, and his children have by the loss of an irreparable early privation.

WHEREAS, The Algonquin Camp, No. 100, M. W. A. extend to our esteemed and be------ neighbor John Johnston and his family, their ----- and --- sympathy in this their hour of sorrow, and

-------------, Their copy of these resolutions and be ---- upon the records of this camp, and a copy be sent to neighbor of Johnston and their family.

 

The Nunda Herald
August 21, 1891, Page 6

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