Mason County Michigan
McMAHON, Judge James B.
Ludington, Mich.,March 15. – Judge James B. McMahon, who has been lingering at the point of death three or four days, died at noon, with his brothers and sisters and family around his bedside.
Source: Kalamazoo Gazette (Saturday, 16 Mar. 1901) transcribed by Marla Zwakman
McMASTER, Jennie (Nunn)
On Saturday night last, Mrs. Jennie McMaster died ager a most severe and protracted sickness of nearly six months duration, at the age of 24. The deceased lady was born in La Grange county, Indiana, and has lived in Mason county since 1864. She leaves a little family of two children. While in health she was active in the discharge of her duties as a wife and mother; was a member of the Presbyterian church, and as a member of the Good Templars organization she hath done what she could for the perpetuation of good moral principles in her own offspring and for the elevation of those around her. The last few days of her life were spent in peace and ins the Christian hope of a glorious resurrection. Funeral services were held by Rev. S. N. Hill, in the Presbyterian church. A large number of friends of the deceased attended the last sad rites and followed the remains to the grave.
Contributed by Jim Dezotell - The Ludington Record (Ludington, MI) – Thursday, November 10, 1881
Chas. Myers received a telegram last Wednesday telling of the death of his brother, Lewis Myers at the hospital at Battle Creek, Michigan. It came as a great shock as he had not heard of any illness. He was sick only a few days and passed away soon after reaching the hospital. Mr. Myers at the time of his death was Assistant Superintendent of the Stearns Lumber co., of Ludington, Mich., and had been with the company for a number of years. He was very well known among the Michigan people residing in Springfield.
Contributed by Jim Dezotell -- The Lane County News (Springfield, OR) – Thursday, February 24, 1916