Lewiston Morning Tribune|
Sunday, September 2, 1917
Mrs. Mary McLaughlin Dead.
Had Resided in Lewiston for Thirteen Years - Funeral Tomorrow.
Mrs. Mary McLaughlin died yesterday morning at 5 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. J. Kaupp, from complications incident to old age. The funeral will be conducted Monday forenoon at 9:30 o'clock from the Catholic church.
Mrs. McLaughlin was born in Ireland on Feb. 5, 1824, and she came to Lewiston a little over 13 years ago, her husband, Owen, passing away here shortly after the arrival of the family. Three sons, J. B. McLaughlin, of Lewiston; J. E. McLaughlin, of Winchester, and J. C. McLaughlin, of Blue Earth, Minn., and five daughters, Mrs. Kaupp and Mrs. Frank Cole, of Lewiston; Mrs. S. V. Van Dewater, of St. Paul; Mrs. Thomas Bohen, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. H. A. King, of Lokota, North Dakota, survive her. She is also survived by 28 grand-children, 20 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.
Mrs. McLaughlin was a lady of a most lovable disposition and during her residence in the city endeared herself to a wide circle of friends.