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Lizzie A. Wakefield Weed

Birth
Death
26 Apr 1943 (aged 72)
Burial
Freedom, Waldo County, Maine, USA
Memorial ID
24689773 View Source

Although she had been ill for several weeks, relatives and friends of Mrs. Lizzie A. Weed of Unity were saddened to learn of her passing on April 27, 1943. Mrs. Weed was born in Etna, Maine on January 17, 1870, the daughter of James and Cordelia (Smith) Wakefield.

She had been a resident of Unity for 43 years. Always a staunch Spiritualist, she was an active supporter and member of many Spiritualist societies in Maine, belonging to both the Camp Etna Association and the Maine State Association for many years. She faithfully lived her religion, giving of her time and means to the success of the movement, especially by her advice and encouragement to young mediums and workers. She was an industrious home maker, devoted to her family, friends and neighbors.

She is survived by her husband, Percy A. Weed of Unity; a son by a former marriage, Frederick A. Hall of Burlington, Vermont; a granddaughter, Goldie E. Hall of Norway, Maine and by several cousins.

Funeral services were held at her home on April 30, with the Rev. Converse E. Nickerson of Boston and Bayside officiating. Interment was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Freedom.
(Published in the Republican Journal)

Although she had been ill for several weeks, relatives and friends of Mrs. Lizzie A. Weed of Unity were saddened to learn of her passing on April 27, 1943. Mrs. Weed was born in Etna, Maine on January 17, 1870, the daughter of James and Cordelia (Smith) Wakefield.

She had been a resident of Unity for 43 years. Always a staunch Spiritualist, she was an active supporter and member of many Spiritualist societies in Maine, belonging to both the Camp Etna Association and the Maine State Association for many years. She faithfully lived her religion, giving of her time and means to the success of the movement, especially by her advice and encouragement to young mediums and workers. She was an industrious home maker, devoted to her family, friends and neighbors.

She is survived by her husband, Percy A. Weed of Unity; a son by a former marriage, Frederick A. Hall of Burlington, Vermont; a granddaughter, Goldie E. Hall of Norway, Maine and by several cousins.

Funeral services were held at her home on April 30, with the Rev. Converse E. Nickerson of Boston and Bayside officiating. Interment was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Freedom.
(Published in the Republican Journal)

Gravesite Details

Dau of Cordelia ( Smith ) Wakefield ; Wife of 1st husband Fred Hall : 2nd Husband Percy Weed

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