The Record of The Times, Wilkes-Barre, PA Friday, February 1, 1901

Mrs. Julia E. Miner, widow of Samuel Miner, died on Tuesday in Brooklyn at the residence of her sister, Mrs. James B. Hodgskin.

Deceased had been in the habit of spending the winters with her sister and left last fall for Brooklyn. She was taken seriously ill about two weeks ago, her ailment being due to a general breakdown of the system.

Mrs. Miner was a native of Trenton, N.J., and most of her life she spent in Wilkes-Barre, over half a century. Her husband died fifty years ago and her three children are also dead. Her maiden name was Titus. Her mother was killed by accident about forty years ago. Deceased was a member of St. Stephen's Church and in her life she exemplified the principles of the Christian faith.

In her death a good woman had been called from earth. She was an aunt of Hon. Charles A. Miner. Her nephews and nieces who frequently visit here are: Ellett, James B., Dr. Edwin, Adolph H., Henry T., Helen C., and Julien M. Hodgskin. The funeral will take place from her late residence, 187 South Franklin street, on Thursday at 3 P.M.

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