Found: North Park Pioneer Museum
From: North Park Union
Date: Friday, February 10, 1899

Called Home


Died at Walden, Colorado Saturday February 4th Minnie McIsaac, wife of Daniel A. McIsaac of Spicer, Colorado.  Mr. and Mrs. McIsaac came over from their home of Spicer last Friday.  Mrs. McIsaac was happy in the anticipation of motherhood.  The little stranger came into the world early Saturday morning.  With the dawn of one life the mother's soul was ferried across the great river into the sunshine of everlasting light.  Mrs. McIsaac was a woman of many esteemable qualities, loved and respected by all who knew her and will be sincerely mourned by a large circle of friends.  The sympathy of the whole community is extended to Mr. McIsaac in this, the greatest bereavement that falls to man.  The interment took place at the Walden Cemetery Monday February 6th.  A number of friends were over from the Spicer district to pay the last tribute of respect to their dead friend.  The little baby is under the matronly charge of Mrs. Carnes and is doing nicely.



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