|Death: ||Jan. 23, 1923|
Vol. 21 no. 101 Feb,1923 page 6
FORMER BRUNSWICK WOMAN FELL DEAD RETURNING FROM DANCE
Mrs. Fred A. Bubier of West Bath, while returning from a dance class at Masonic temple, Bath, Tuesday night, January 23, dropped dead on the Foster's Point Road, a short distance from her home. Accompanied by Mr. Bubier and Philip Roberts, Mrs. Bubier left the dance hall in the best of spirits and boarded the 11 o'clock trolley for Trufant's crossing where they started to walk home a distance of about two and a half miles. Their conversation was mainly upon the various new steps they had learned in the class and the pleasant time they had. Mrs. Bubier was apparently the most enthused of all. In the midst of her lively conversation she suddenly crumpled on the snow. Her two companions seemed to realize intuitively what had happened. Mr. Bubier remained by her side while Mr. Roberts rushed to the home of Vernon Lake about 100 yards away and they summoned help. Mrs. Bubier was taken to their home, and shortly after Fred Rose of Rosedale farm drove the dead woman and the two men to their home, a mile and a half away. A weakened heart was the cause of death.
Mrs. Bubier was born in Brunswick, a daughter of Emery P. Ward, and had been married to Mr. Bubier about 15 years. She was a member of the First Baptist church of Bath and at one tme was a member of Topsham grange. She leaves besides her husband, two sisters, Mrs. William Simpson and Miss Carrie S. Ward, both of Bath.
Fred A Bubier (1869 - 1958)
Oak Grove Cemetery
Plot: H West
Maintained by: JL
Originally Created by: Stone Finders
Record added: Mar 28, 2012
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