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Minnie Jane Streeter


Gender: Female

Date of Birth: August 31, 1855

Date of Death: July 13, 1930

Birth Place: Sommers, WI

Death Place: Remington, IN


Spouse: George E. Streeter

Minnie Jane Streeter

Mrs. Streeter Of Remington Passes Away

Aged Lady Succumbs Sunday Morning at Daughter’s Home; Funeral Services Tuesday.

Mrs. Minnie Jane Streeter, a well known and highly respected resident of Remington, died Sunday morning at 8:30 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Grant Culp, a few miles northeast of Remington. She had been ill for the past three weeks, and although quite sick her death came unexpectedly with a sudden heart attack.

The deceased was born in Sommers, Wis., on August 31, 1855, but came with her parents when but a child to near Goodland, Ind., where she spent her early girlhood. After her marriage to George E. Streeter she resided in and near Remington. Her husband preceded her in death on January 21, 1924. Mrs. Streeter was a member of the Methodist church at Remington, the Rose Crane Sunday school class and the Ladies’ Aid of the same church. She is survived by two sons, V.N. Streeter of Columbia, Mo., and Ray Streeter of Sturgin, Mo., and one daughter, Mrs. Grant Culp.

The funeral will be held at the Methodist church in Remington Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Services will be in charge of Rev. Bickett of Boswell. Interment will be made in the Remington cemetery.

Published in the Rensselaer Republican, Monday, July 14, 1930, pg. 1, col. 4

[Granddaughter of SGS # 2065 – Minnie Jane; Samuel Hamilton; Samuel Hamilton (# 2065); Seth (# 641); Seth; Nathan; James; Nathaniel; Nathaniel; Robert]

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