Jun. 15, 1924 Grand Island Hall County Nebraska, USA
Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent Monday, June 16, 1924 The death of Mrs. John Maynard occurred at the Soldier's Home Sunday, the result of senility. Mrs. Maynard was over ninety years of age, having been born August 21, 1833 in Chautauqua county, N. Y. She was admitted to the Home in August, 1904, since which time she has remained a member. For the past four years, she has been continually bedfast.
Mr. Maynard had served thirty-six months with Co. F. 34th Iowa Volunteer Infantry.
Seven of eleven children born to the union remain to mourn the loss of their mother. They are George, of Minneapolis; Charles, of Clyde, Canada; Mrs. O. L. Perry, of Puchlo, Ida.; Mrs. T. P. Thomas, of Muskoggee, Okla.; B. M. Muir, of Denver; Mrs. G. G. Harris, of Burkett; Jay A. Maynard, of this city.
Funeral services were to be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. from the Home chapel, the Rev. C. E. Knapp of this city officiating. Burial was to take place at the Grand Island cemetery. ------- Grand Island (Nebraska) Daily Independent Tuesday, June 17 The funeral of Mrs. John Maynard, whose demise occurred at the Soldiers Home on Sunday, took place from the Home chapel at 2:30 p.m. Monday and was well attended. Burial took place in the Grand Island cemetery.