Morning Herald, Saturday, August 29, 1925
MRS. M’GRATH OF
THIS CITY DEAD
FUNERAL PROMINENT RESIDENT
COULD NOT BE ANNOUNCED
Mrs. J. T. McGrath, aged 73 years, died suddenly yesterday evening at 6:30
o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. K. Windom,
Funeral arrangements had not been announced at a late hour last night awaiting word of arrival of relatives from a distance.
Mrs. McGrath was converted at an early age and at her death was a member of the Christian church at Weiland. Throughout her active years she took a leading part in church affairs of all kinds, and daily emulated the life and character of her master. She was widely known and loved by her numerous acquaintances who recognized in her a friend of all. She was kind and considerate and attentive to those in need.
Deceased was stricken ill some four months ago and had been confined to her bed about four weeks. Her condition was improving, however, and her death came as a shock to members of the family and numerous friends.
Mrs. McGrath is survived by her husband, J. T. McGrath, and the following children; Mrs. Nat Conger and Mrs. G. K. Windom, Greenville; Mrs. John Edwards, South Sulpher; Mrs. Will Wood, Tidwell; M. L. McGrath, Groesbeck; Robert McGrath, Coleraine, Minn.; Mrs. Joe Miercort, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Ruth Ellen VanGorder, Evans, Colo.; and Mrs. R. N. Parker, Bennington, Okla.
Two brothers Dr. P. A. Peak and
(Transcribed by Marc Coker, 28 November 2004)