Mrs. Mary Hart Dead
Wheeling Sunday Register., January 15, 1893, page 4
Special Telegram to the Sunday Register
PARKERSBURG, W. VA., January 14.– Mrs. Mary Hart died suddenly last night of heart disease. She was the widow of the late Ira Hart.
She leaves five children: C. M. Hart, Mrs. Eva Goff, and Mrs. Mary Wilson.
MRS. MARY N. HART died suddenly about 12 o’clock Friday night at her home in this city. She had been complaining for several days but was not thought to be dangerously ill. Some time during the evening Doctors Morgan and Howell were called in and remained but a short time.
Near midnight she grew rapidly worse and expired before any of the near neighbors could be summoned.
The Hart family, at the time of the mother’s death, was composed of her daughter, Miss Lillie, her two sons Charles M. and John B. Hart, and their married sister Mrs. Chas. J. Goff. The father, Mr. Ira Hart, it will be remembered died from injuries received by being thrown out of a carriage on Main street in 1879. The other daughter, Mrs. Wilson, lives in Pueblo Colorado.
The Clarksburg Telegram., January 20, 1893
Capt. Guinn Minter attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Hart, at Clarksburg, on Monday.