From the Chatsworth Plaindealer Chatsworth,Livingston,Illinois
MRS. JOSEPH GRAHAM OCTOBER 7, 1910
The many friends of Mrs. Joseph Graham, of Wolcott, Ind., for many years a resident of Chatsworth vicinity, were greatly shocked on Sunday when word was received announcing her death. On Saturday afternoon while preparing to go to town she was stricken with apoplexy, and her death occurred on Sunday afternoon at about four forty-five o'clock. Margaret Fay was born in Grundy county, Illinois, November 7, 1858. she was united in marriage with Joseph Graham in Chatsworth in 1876, and they continued to reside here until seven years ago, when they moved to a farm near Wolcott, Ind. Mrs. Graham is survived by her bereaved husband, eight children, Patsy; Mrs. Arthur Avery, of Wolcott; Mrs. Urban Nimbler and Mrs. Nicholas Nimbler, of Chatsworth; Estelle, Joe, Jesse and Ollie, who are at the parents home. She also has five grandchildren, two sisters and one brother. The funeral services were conducted on Tuesday morning at ten o'clock at Sacred Heart church at Remington, and the remains were laid to rest in the Sacred Heart cemetery. A large gathering of relatives and friend were present to pay their last respects to a woman who was a good wife and mother, and who was loved by all who knew her, as she possessed a willing heart and hand ever ready to assist those who needed it. Among those from away who attended the funeral were the following; Mr. and Mrs. Urban Nimbler and children; Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Nimbler and children, Thomas Kerrins, Thomas Lahey, Miss Mary Cronoin, Mr. and Mrs. John Graham, all of Chatsworth; Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Mooney and son, Patsy, Mike and Alice Fay all of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Middleton, of Arrowsmith.