Minnie May Redpath Duguid

Transcribed by Linda K. Lewis, Jan, 2015.

Source: Olathe Mirror, Olathe, KS, Thurs. 26 Mar 1908, pg. 1.

Mrs. John C. Duguid.

The death of Mrs. Minie May Redpath Duguid occured at her home at Pleasant Ridge March 19. She was the wife of John Duguid and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Redpath. She was born December 5, 1879. With the exception of a year's residence at Winchester her home had always been at Pleasant Ridge.

She was married to John C. Duguid February 12, 1902. She leaves three children, the youngest a baby a few days old.
She made a profession of her faith in Christ at the age of thirteen and to the time of her death was an earnest and devoted member of the Reformed Presbyterian church. She was graduated from Washburn college June 12, 1899, thus adding a 
liberal education to her natural graces. By her many graces she greatly endear herself to her friends. The funeral services were held at the R. P. Church on Saturday at 11 p.m. in charge of Rev. G. M. Robb and Rev. Jas. McCune. A large 
company of friends accompanied the remains to the last resting place at the Pleasant Ridge cemetery.
Parties from a distance who were present at the funeral exercises were: Jas. Redpath of Pittsburg, Pa.; L. M. Patterson and R. C. Redpath of Baldwin, Ill.

She was married to John C. Duguid February 12, 1902. She leaves three children, the youngest a baby a few days old.

She made a profession of her faith in Christ at the age of thirteen and to the time of her death was an earnest and devoted member of the Reformed Presbyterian church. She was graduated from Washburn college June 12, 1899, thus adding a liberal education to her natural graces. By her many graces she greatly endear herself to her friends. The funeral services were held at the R. P. Church on Saturday at 11 p.m. in charge of Rev. G. M. Robb and Rev. Jas. McCune. A large company of friends accompanied the remains to the last resting place at the Pleasant Ridge cemetery.

Parties from a distance who were present at the funeral exercises were: Jas. Redpath of Pittsburg, Pa.; L. M. Patterson and R. C. Redpath of Baldwin, Ill.

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