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Mary Lucretia New Maynard Ferguson Matteson
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Birth: Jul. 1, 1827
Addison County
Vermont, USA
Death: Dec. 13, 1888
Walworth County
Wisconsin, USA

Mary Lucretia New married Norman Alanson Maynard on March 27, 1849 in Hampton, Washington, New York. They had 7 children, Mary, Cora Delphine, Adell Clara, Robert Schuyler, Champe Daton, Charles Sperry and Alice Elmira. After the death of Norman Alanson Maynard, Mary married 2nd husband Andrew Ferguson on September 4, 1873 in Walworth County, Wisconsin. After the death of Andrew, Mary married 3rd husband Edward C. Matteson on April 26, 1885 in Walworth County, Wisconsin. The inscription of Mary L. New - Matteson's headstone reads; W/O E.C. A Sunbeam From The World Has Vanished. OBITUARY; "Died, Dec 13th, 1888, of lung fever after a brief illness Mrs. E. C. Matteson, of this city. Mary L. New was born July 1st 1827 in Cornwall, Addison County, Vermont. In 1849 she married Norman A. Maynard, emigrating to Wisconsin the following year, locating in the farming country of Bloomfield, experiencing in common with other settlers the trials incident to the pioneer until 1861, when her husband died leaving her with four little children. She then moved to Lake Geneva, where her children were reared to manhood and womanhood. In 1873 she became the wife of Mr. Andrew Ferguson and tenderly cared for him in his declining health until his death, which occured in 1882. In 1885 she was united in marriage to Mr. E. C. Matteson, who survives her. She lived to see her children in homes of their own. They are, Mrs. Robert Gifford, Broadgate, Iowa; Mrs.John Hoffman, Bloomfield; Chas. Maynard, Chicago; Mrs. Chas. Walters, of this city. For many years she has been a follower of our Divine Master. The funeral services were held at the Episcopal Church, Rev. W. W. Raymond, officiating. A faithful wife and a devoted mother, a kind friend has gone to her reward." 
Family links: 
  John R. New (1788 - 1883)
  Lydia Sperry New (1793 - 1833)
  Norman Alanson Maynard (1819 - 1861)*
  Cora Delphine Maynard Gifford (1851 - 1891)*
  Adill Clara Maynard Hoffman (1852 - 1922)*
  Robert Schuyler Maynard (1854 - 1855)*
  Champe Daton Maynard (1856 - 1858)*
  Charles Sperry Maynard (1857 - 1932)*
  John Russell New (1815 - 1907)*
  Alonzo R. New (1817 - 1888)*
  Levi Sperry New (1820 - 1887)*
  Charles Jackson New (1822 - 1904)*
  Almina Brewer New Merritt (1825 - 1883)*
  Mary Lucretia New Maynard Ferguson Matteson (1827 - 1888)
  Lydia Sperry New Shaw (1829 - 1856)*
  Nelson Henry New (1831 - 1910)*
  Lucy A. New Clark (1835 - 1858)**
  Varanus Williams New (1839 - 1862)**
*Calculated relationship
Pioneer Cemetery
Lake Geneva
Walworth County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: R16-17, Section 8.
Created by: Debbie
Record added: Jan 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63982615
Mary Lucretia <i>New</i> Maynard Ferguson Matteson
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Mary Lucretia <i>New</i> Maynard Ferguson Matteson
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- Ken DeCamp
 Added: May. 24, 2013

- Ken DeCamp
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