Stillwater Valley News
Mrs. Emma Chamberlain, daughter of Fredrick and Elizabeth Haley, was born near Portland, Ind., November 15, 1861. The family removed to Bradford, Ohio, in 1876 where she attended school and joined the Presbyterian Church. Married to Thos. B. Beverly in 1881, one son Earl B. Beverly was born to this union. The father dying in 1890, the son passing some ten years since was laid to rest beside his father in Highland Cemetery, Covington. She was again married in 1893 to Lewis F. Chamberlain, who was killed by the explosion of his locomotive at Urbana, August 1, 1908. Some 35 years since the family moved to Columbus, where she was actively interested in fraternal circles, Degree of Pocahontas, Pythian Sisters, and Columbus Past Chief's Association. She was the last of the family of 8, except Mrs. A. F. Little and an adopted son, Alfred Chamberlain, a wide circle of relatives and friends. She sustained a stroke of paralysis, May 7, at her home in Columbus, was brought to Covington hospital a few days later. Medical skill was unable to avert the end, which came at 4 P.M. Saturday, June 8. Funeral services were held at the funeral parlors of Geo. W. Miller. Interment in Highland Cemetery.
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