|Birth: ||Mar. 20, 1811|
|Death: ||Feb. 4, 1883|
Deceased Mrs. Mary D Cady died from pneumonia of the lungs after a short illness. She was 71 years, 10 months and 15 days. She was born and married in the State of Vermont, and emigrated to Jefferson Co., Wisconsin, in 1844.
She was the mother of five children, four of whom are left to mourn her loss: Mr. Jas M. Cady, Jackson Co., Wis; Mrs Mary Leffingwell, LaGrange; Mrs. A.J. Herring, Tomah; and Mrs. E.L. Bolton, LaGrange. Her home has been with her daughter, Mrs. Herring, most of the time since the death of her husband, who died about fourteen years ago.
She was a member of rhe M.E. Church since about her eighteenth year. She died in the Lord and has gone to meet her beloved husband in the realms above. She was a kind and affectionate mother, and much respected by her family and friends.
Her remains were interred in the cemeteat Tomah on the 7th inst. Funeral services conducted by Rev. E,H. McKenzie, Rev. Barnes and Rev. McMillan; funeral in charge of the Hon. Geo. Graham, of Tomah.
From: Monroe County Local History Room & Museum
(From a personal side:
I'm your great, great, great grandaughter. Your daughter Mary Olive married to Benjamin S Blowers adopted a little Lacota Indian girl and named her Henrietta Myrtle who married a man called Prescott Dorr and they had a daughter Mamie who married Harry Walter Hansen. They had a daughter and named her Mildred Iva and she married my dad, Merton R Cowley.
Wish I could have met you. Nancy(Cowley) Weise.)
James D Cady (1810 - 1868)*
Mary Olive Cady Blowers, Leffingwell (1836 - 1908)*
Rosetta J Cady Herring (1841 - 1906)*
Oak Grove Cemetery
Plot: Section OP Block 5 Lot 70
Created by: Nancy (Cowley) Weise
Record added: Jan 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47153128
Quotation at end of Obituary: "Peaceful be thy silent slumber. Peaceful in thy grave so Thou low. Thou no more will join our numbers. Thou no more our songs shall know."|
Nancy (Cowley) Weise
Added: Mar. 12, 2012
Nancy (Cowley) Weise
Added: Jan. 26, 2010