Person:Lucy Warren (1)

Lucy Jane Warren
b.18 JUL 1842 Maine
d.20 OCT 1890 Camden, Knox, ME
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Name Lucy Jane Warren
Gender Female
Birth[1] 18 JUL 1842 Maine
Marriage 1 SEP 1864 Bangor, Penobscot, MEto Virgil Paris Wardwell
Death[2] 20 OCT 1890 Camden, Knox, ME
Burial[3] 23 OCT 1890

"Obituary - Brief notice was made in the American last week of the death of Mrs. LUCY J., wife of Rev. V. P. WARDWELL, which occurred at the Methodist parsonage in Camden on Monday night, Oct. 20. Mrs. Wardwell was the daughter of Asa Warren, Esq. of Bangor and was married to Mr. Wardwell 26 years ago at Bucksport, where for much of the first 12 years of their married life he was a teacher. During Mr. Wardwell's connection with the M. E. Conference, they have been located at Machias, Orrington, Newport, Dover, Castine, Ellsworth and Camden. She had been district secretary of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society, president of the W.C.T.U. of Knox County, president of the local W.C.T.U., and department inspector of W.R.C. She had been a sufferer from heart trouble for some time but had been critically ill for only a comparatively short period. Beside her husband, she leaves 3 daughters grown to young womanhood. Her remains were taken to Bangor Wednesday, and on Thursday forenoon the obsequies were held at the residence of her father on Palm Street. Her remains were carried to Mt. Hope where she peacefully rests. Mrs. Wardwell was, with her husband and family, a resident of Ellsworth for 3 years." -Ellsworth Maine American

  1. Ellsworth Herald (Maine) Obituaries (
  2. Ellsworth American (Maine) Obituaries (
  3. Bangor Whig & Courier 23 October 1890.