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Hattie Bernice “Maggie” <I>Frame</I> Fath

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Hattie Bernice “Maggie” Frame Fath

Birth
Hillsboro, Montgomery County, Illinois, USA
Death
9 Jan 1937 (aged 35)
St. Louis City, Missouri, USA
Burial
Hillsboro, Montgomery County, Illinois, USA Add to Map
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Mrs. Hattie Bernice Frame Fath 35, young mother, and wife of Hershel Fath, who lives south of Hillsboro, died suddenly Sunday afternoon St. Mary's Hospital in St. Louis, at 4 o'clock. She had been a patient in the hospital for only a day, having entered there Saturday.

She became seriously ill on Monday, a week ago, but remained at home until Saturday when she was taken to the St. Louis hospital. She had been ill for more than two years from tumor of the brain. Treatment was given her at the hospital, previously, which improved her condition considerably and she was able to return to her home where here she had been for several months.

Funeral Services
Funeral services will be here Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Hillsboro Methodist Episcopal church, with the Rev. J. E. Reynolds officiating. Burial will be made in Oak Grove cemetery

The decedent was born on a farm two miles southeast of Hillsboro, daughter of George and Maggie (Weller) Frame, on June 25, 1901. At her death she as 35 years months and 15 days of age. She was reared and educated in the neighborhood and she attended Hillsboro High school from where she graduated in 1921,

On September 15, 1928, she and Hershel Fath were united in marriage in Hillsboro and for two years they lived here, while her husband was employed at one of the local smelters. They later moved to a farm which adjoins the farm of Mrs. Fath's parents, where they have since resided.

Mr. and Mrs. Fath were the parents of one son,, Billy Eugene, 6 who survives with his grief-stricken father. Also surviving her are her parents and three brothers, Wayne Frame, who lives in North Dakota; Earl Frame of Detroit, Mich., and Glenn Frame of Hillsboro.

Mrs. Fath was a member of the Hillsboro Methodist Episcopal church, the Royal Neighbors lodge and the Home Comfort Club. She had a large circle of friends, who were shocked at her death, as only a few of them knew that she was critically ill She was a devoted wife and mother, and profound sympathy is expressed for her husband and son by the many friends of the family.
Mrs. Hattie Bernice Frame Fath 35, young mother, and wife of Hershel Fath, who lives south of Hillsboro, died suddenly Sunday afternoon St. Mary's Hospital in St. Louis, at 4 o'clock. She had been a patient in the hospital for only a day, having entered there Saturday.

She became seriously ill on Monday, a week ago, but remained at home until Saturday when she was taken to the St. Louis hospital. She had been ill for more than two years from tumor of the brain. Treatment was given her at the hospital, previously, which improved her condition considerably and she was able to return to her home where here she had been for several months.

Funeral Services
Funeral services will be here Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Hillsboro Methodist Episcopal church, with the Rev. J. E. Reynolds officiating. Burial will be made in Oak Grove cemetery

The decedent was born on a farm two miles southeast of Hillsboro, daughter of George and Maggie (Weller) Frame, on June 25, 1901. At her death she as 35 years months and 15 days of age. She was reared and educated in the neighborhood and she attended Hillsboro High school from where she graduated in 1921,

On September 15, 1928, she and Hershel Fath were united in marriage in Hillsboro and for two years they lived here, while her husband was employed at one of the local smelters. They later moved to a farm which adjoins the farm of Mrs. Fath's parents, where they have since resided.

Mr. and Mrs. Fath were the parents of one son,, Billy Eugene, 6 who survives with his grief-stricken father. Also surviving her are her parents and three brothers, Wayne Frame, who lives in North Dakota; Earl Frame of Detroit, Mich., and Glenn Frame of Hillsboro.

Mrs. Fath was a member of the Hillsboro Methodist Episcopal church, the Royal Neighbors lodge and the Home Comfort Club. She had a large circle of friends, who were shocked at her death, as only a few of them knew that she was critically ill She was a devoted wife and mother, and profound sympathy is expressed for her husband and son by the many friends of the family.


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  • Created by: LJF
  • Added: Aug 16, 2018
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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/192293697/hattie_bernice-fath: accessed ), memorial page for Hattie Bernice “Maggie” Frame Fath (25 Jun 1901–9 Jan 1937), Find a Grave Memorial ID 192293697, citing Oak Grove Cemetery, Hillsboro, Montgomery County, Illinois, USA; Maintained by LJF (contributor 47067449).