|Death: ||Nov. 14, 1944|
daughter of Edgar & Lollie V. Day
The Remington Press
Fri., 17 Nov 1944, pg. 1, col. 5
Dies As Result Of Monoxide Gas
Mrs Mabel Gertrude Baxter, 28, wife of Ray Baxter, was found overcome by monoxide gas in her home, three miles east and two miles north about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday by her uncle, Joseph Sharkey. Coroner Paul Thompason of White County, investigated and the body was removed to the Howard Undertaking Parlors in Remington. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Day of Rensselaer, and was married on June 5, 1935 to Ray Baxter of Remington, at Rensselaer.
Besides her husband and parents, she is survived by three sons, James, 8 Wayne, 5; and Frederick 4; one sister, Mrs. Reuben Starkey of Rensselaer; one brother, Kenneth at home.
The exact time and place of the funeral services had not been completed at the time of this paper going to press, however plans for burial in the Weston cemtery, Rensselaer, with Rev. Mount Moore of Rensselaer as officiating minister had been decided upon at this time.
The family lived for several years on a farm south of town in Gilboa Township, where they were well known and had many friends.
Edgar Hiram Day (1895 - 1973)
Created by: Alana Knochel Bauman
Record added: May 23, 2012
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