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|Karine Osborne||Jane Dunlop Simpson|
I think we you a typo on the death year. It is 2009 not 1912.
Also, her husband's name is William Dyet Lang
Are you related to the Klecha' you've posted? I believe they are related to me through My great grandfather's sister Julianna Gaffka who married John Klecha
Added by Sharon on Jan 17, 2010 10:46 PM
|Brenda Ozog||Could you add to Mary Jane Warmington?|
Publication Name: Mining Gazette
Date: 16 Jun 1920?
Decedent's Name: Mary Jane WARMINGTON
Headline: Copper Country Pioneer is called in Detroit
Mrs. Mary Jane Warmington died Thursday night in Detroit at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Nancarrow. Mrs Warmington, an old Copper Country resident,
for the past 15 years a resident of Houghton, went to Detroit last March to
make her home with her daughter.
Her death had been looked for for some time. Miss Charity and Edward Warmington
went to Detroit two weeks ago to be near her. They are bringing the body to
Houghton for interment, arriving tonight.
Mrs. Warmington, born Jeffery, was a native of England. She was 73 years of
age at the time of her death. She and her husband, the late Capt. Edward
Warmington, left England 48 years ago and located at the Cliff mine. Later
they arrived at Osceola and about 1888 moved to Isle Royale, where he had
been appointed head mining captain. He continued in this position until his
death 16 years ago.
Shortly after her husbands death, Mrs. Warmington moved to Houghton. Here
she enjoyed numerous warm friendships and by her gentle character made the
declining years of her life and influence that will be felt by a wide circle.
She is survived by the following sons and daughters: Edward, Mrs. Annia Moyle,
John, Mrs. Jane Heather, Miss Charity, all of Houghton; Mrs. Lottie Marchon
of Bay City, George of Beverly, Mass.; Mrs. Nancarrow of Detroit and Thomas
of Saginaw. Other surviving relatives are a brother, William Jeffery of
Tamarack, and two sisters, Mrs. Gilbert in England, and Mrs. Renowden of
The time of the funeral will be made known after the arrival of the body.
The remains will be brought to the Warmington home at 329 Edwards street,
West Houghton, from where the funeral will be held.
Transcribed by: Rick Parsons, Bristol, England, 27 Jan 1999