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THE TILLER AND TOILER, 3 February 1905
Obituary of MARY SUTHERLAND
Mrs. Mary Sutherland, mother of Mrs. I. K. Monger of this city, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elvie Rowland at Bucklin, Ford Co., last Thursday, Jan. 26th. The remains were brought here and the funeral was held from the Monger home last Sunday afternoon, Rev. B. E. Parker officiating, and the remains were laid to rest in the Larned cemetary. The deceased's maiden name was Ingrum. She was married to James B. Sutherland in 1853, who died in 1863 from lockjaw resulting from wounds received in the Civil War. She is survived by 5 children:
Mrs. Ira Monger
Willis Sutherland of Larned
Orson Sutherland of Holton, Kansas
Mrs. Elvie Rowland of Bucklin
Mrs. Naomi Baxter of Port Arthur, Texas

She spent her declining years with her children, living at Larned with her daughter at various times since 1880. She was a member of the Christian Church for many years.

Kansas Historical Society newspaper files 

Note: She was married in Coles Co., IL. She was married for a few years to William Alexander Raper who was the father of her children, Mrs. (Grace) Ira Monger and Mrs. Naomi Baxter. She obtained a divorce in order to receive her C.W. widows pension after Mr. Raper left her.
Transcribed and Contributed by Lois Bayer


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