Fannie <I>Litton</I> Mulrine

Fannie Litton Mulrine

Birth
Ohio, USA
Death 21 Jul 1916 (aged 81)
Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA
Burial Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA
Plot Block 8, Lot 14, West Center
Memorial ID 76822022 · View Source
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Arived in Brainerd in 1884.

Husband: John Mulrine, born ca. 1826 in Pennsylvania. Died 17 October 1875, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia.

•See A. J. Halsted.
•See Charlotte Grandelmeyer.
•See Sarah Louise Kingsley Sleeper Boies.

                       THE A. C. C.
           [The Amateur Cooking Club]

      A cooking club has been organized in Brainerd to be known as the A. C. C. [The Amateur Cooking Club]. The business meeting was held on Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Mulrine on Broadway north, at which Mrs. A. V. Snyder was elected president and Mrs. C. F. Kindred, secretary and treasurer. The object of this society is for social intercourse and a general good time, it being decided to meet every other week at houses of the different members, each member providing a certain dish for the dinner or supper as the case may be, which is given to her by ballot. It has been decided to hold the first meeting at Mrs. Mulrine's on Wednesday, January 7, 1885, at which time a grand dinner will be given. The following named ladies took part in the preliminary proceedings:
      Mrs. F. M. Cable, Mrs. G. S. Fernald, Mrs. A. V. Snyder, Mrs. S. Alderman, Mrs. H. H. Barber, Mrs. J. L. Smith, Miss Halstead [sic], Miss Mabel White, Mrs. J. H. Bryant, Mrs. [Dick] Howard, Miss Smith, Miss A. Mulrine, Mrs. Ed. Hazen, and Mrs. C. F. Kindred. (Brainerd Dispatch, 05 December 1884, p. 3, c. 4)

                  A Royal Dinner.

      The time set for the first dinner of the A. C. C. [The Amateur Cooking Club] was on Wednesday last, the 7th of the present month, at the residence of Mrs. Mulrine, and, from what information we can glean, it was a success in every particular, and those in attendance report a right royal repast, which was gotten up by the members of the club. The following is the bill of fare, with the names of the ladies and the particular dish that was prepared by each:
      Soup, prepared by Miss Mulrine.
      Fish, prepared by Mrs. E. Hazen.
      Turkey, prepared by Mrs. A. V. Snyder.
      Vegetables prepared by Miss Guest.
      Puddings, prepared by Mrs. S. F. Alderman and Mrs. F. M. Cable.
      Bread, prepared by Mrs. C. E. Smith and Mrs. C. F. Kindred.
      Cake, prepared by Mrs. J. H. Bryant and Mrs. J. L. Smith.
      Coffee, prepared by Mrs. G. S. Fernald.
      Tea, prepared by Miss Mabel White.
      Salad, prepared by Mrs. H. H. Barber.
      Cranberry Sauce, prepared by Mrs. J. R. Howes.
      The next meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. H. H. Barber, on Seventh street, on Wednesday, January 21. The organizations bids fair to become very popular. (Brainerd Dispatch, 09 January 1885, p. 3, c. 3)

            Will Keep Open House.

      We made timely effort to secure the names of all those who will keep open house New Year's Day, but have succeeded in obtaining only a few, most of the ladies being as yet undetermined as to what arrangements they will make for that day. We are sorry that the list is not more complete. The list we have got is as follows:
      The Misses [Charlotte,] [Rosa] Grandelmyer will receive at the residence of Mrs. C. Grandelmyer, Front Street, from 3 to 7 o'clock, assisted by Miss Kittie Marks and Miss Mamie Sherwood.
      Mrs. W. E. Seelye, assisted by Miss Hayden, Mrs. Nevers, Mrs. Webb and Miss Brockway will receive at No. 75, 3d street north, from 2 to 7 o'clock.
      Mrs. E. M. Westfall will receive informally at No. 41 Broadway, from 2 to 6 o'clock.
      Mrs. Mulrine, 114 Broadway, from 2 to 6 o'clock, assisted by Mrs. Harry Wheat of St. Paul, and Mrs. J. R. Howes and Miss Mulrine.
      Mrs. E. P. Graves will receive at No. 72 Broadway, from 3 to 6 o'clock, assisted by Mrs. A. V. Snyder, Miss Hitchcock and Miss Halstead.
      Mrs. Alderman and Mrs. Judge Douglas at their residence on Broadway, from 2 to 6 o'clock.
      Mrs. Dr. Paquin and her daughter Miss Minnie Jewett at 67 Bluff ave. from 2 to 8 o'clock, assisted by Mrs. R. K. Whiteley and daughter Katie, Miss Minnie Merritt and Miss Katie White. (Brainerd Dispatch, 25 December 1885, p. 3, c. 6)

      A large New Foundland dog belonging to Mrs. Mulrine bit a 10-year old son of A. Olson, the tailor, on Wednesday afternoon. (Brainerd Dispatch)

            DEATH OF MRS. MULRINE
                            _____

          Mrs. Fanny Mulrine Died Friday
          Night at Merriam Park St. Paul,
                  Funeral at Brainerd

      Mrs. Fanny Mulrine, a former well known resident of Brainerd, died Friday night from the infirmities of old age at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. McLean of Merriam Park, St. Paul.
      She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Aggie Mulrine Foster, Mrs. J. B. McLean and Miss Bess Mulrine. The remains will be taken to Brainerd, arriving here Sunday midnight. The funeral will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the residence of F. A. Farrar, 43 North Bluff avenue, Rev. G. P. Sheridan officiating.
      Mrs. Mulrine was a member of the Episcopal church and a lady widely known for her many charitable acts, kindly nature, and intense sympathy. Her circle of friends was large and all loved her who had the privilege of knowing her. (Brainerd Daily Dispatch, 22 July 1916, p. 3, c. 1)

Other Children:
•Ada Boone Mulrine, b. 08 May 1856, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia; married John Robert Howes on 17 December 1879 in Ohio County, West Virginia.
•Agnes R. Mulrine, b. 17 May 1858, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia; d. 29 April 1939 in Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois; buried 01 May 1939 in Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois, Lakeside Cemetery; married George Byron Foster, b. April 1838, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachsetts on 28 June 1892 in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa.
•Mollie B. Mulrine Snyder, b. September 1860, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia; married Alphonsus V. Snyder, b. 27 May 1855, Ohio County, West Virginia, d. 28 May 1934, Ramsey County, Minnesota, father's name F. D. Snyder, mother's name Elizabeth; on 29 June 1881 in Ohio County, West Virginia.
•Fannie Bryson Mulrine McLane, b. 20 October 1864, Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia; d. 26 November 1944, San Diego County, California; married John Bingham McLane, b. 16 August 1860, Ohio; d. 18 June 1946, San Diego, California.


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  • Created by: A. Nelson
  • Added: 20 Sep 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 76822022
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Fannie Litton Mulrine (May 1835–21 Jul 1916), Find A Grave Memorial no. 76822022, citing Evergreen Cemetery, Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by A. Nelson (contributor 47143984) .