To this union was born one daughter, Mrs. W.I. Pearce of Chicago, with whom she has made her home since the death of her husband, Clark D. Farwell in 1900.*
In early life she became a member of the Christian church, of which church she has ever retained her membership. She leaves to look forward to the day of glad reunion her loving daughter, Mrs. W. I. Pearce, of Chicago, two stepsons, Willard Farwell, of Chicago, and Walter Farwell, of Syracuse, N.Y.; two brothers, Charles Belshaw, of Crown Point, and William Belshaw, of Shelby; three sisters, Mrs. Ed Dinwiddle, of Hammond, Mrs. Mary Sanger, of Lowell, and Mrs. Annie M. Beebe, of Chicago; and a host of relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held Thursday, January 15, 1920, at the Christian church, Rev. E.F. Winkler officiating. Interment in the Lowell cemetery.
* NOTE -- Although this article says that Clark D. Farwell died in 1900, his obituary has the date as Jan. 23, 1899.
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