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MD-Stier_Obit - incires Surahs colors DAY Pennsylvania and...
incires Surahs colors DAY Pennsylvania and Funeral of Miss Stier. The funeral of Miss Mary Stier, died on bunday last, as so published THE .NEWS, took place Wednesday at o clock, p. m., at the old family m .NewMarket, the home of her the late Hamilton Stier. Interment was' at new cemetery, near the village Owing Owing to the popularity of the highly esteemed joung lady, a large concourse the people from near and far assembled at the house to render their last tribute of respect to her memory. Shortly after her death the body was embalmed by Messrs. H. 2a. Etchison Son, of this Trinity Sabbath school, M. E. church * ·** --··»**** wwuvrvsjj -LiA, _KJ. tXIUjTCU I " -|"T South, and the Kew Market Literarv n ciety, of both of which o-"anizations was a member, showed their apprecia- s tion of the high esteem in which she thl , D held by attending the funeral in a nd . mort- Oliver road London other - -mg the funeral in a bodv. ihe floral contributions were choice m beautiful designs and almost hid view the handsome cloth covered casket which held the remains. Rev. M G i^' of Triait J M- E. chnrch, South' and Dr. James Stephens, rector of I - -b. chnrch, were the oflSciating clergymen. clergymen. Relatives were present from Baltimore Baltimore Washington, D. O, Harford and Carroll counties. The pall-bearers were, -tranfc A. Hammond, Wm. Hopkins Joseph Wood and P. H. Griffith Jr The' undertaker was I. S.Russell. After the services were over the grave presented the appearance of a solid mound of lovely roses and other spring flowers. of \a I

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  1. The News,
  2. 01 May 1890, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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