Person:Usteena Burgan (1)

Usteena M. Burgan
  1. Usteena M. Burgan1855 - 1913
  2. Charles Douglas Burgan1862 - 1915
m. 6 Jun 1876
  1. Clarence Cotter Keplinger1877 - 1952
  2. Edna Belle Keplinger1880 - 1949
  3. Clifford Reynolds Keplinger1886 - 1925
  4. Agnes E. Keplinger1895 -
Facts and Events
Name Usteena M. Burgan
Gender Female
Birth? 22 Jul 1855 Indiana, United States
Marriage 6 Jun 1876 Osakis, Douglas, Minnesota, United Statesto Edward Reynolds Keplinger
Death? 31 Mar 1913 Bellingham, Whatcom, Washington, United States
Obituary? Bellingham, Whatcom, Washington, United States
  1.   The Bellingham Herald.

    Usteena M. Keplinger, aged 58 years, beloved wife of Edward R. Keplinger, passed into rest Monday evening, March 31, at 5 o'clock, after a brief illness. Mrs. Keplinger came to this city with her family from Deer Creek, Minn., ten years ago. She is survived by her husband, four sons -- Clarence C. and Charles A. Keplinger, of this city; Clifford R. Keplinger, of Seattle, Wash., and William P. Keplinger, of Colorado Springs, Colo., also two daughters, Mrs. Bette E Smith, of Hartford, Wash., and Miss Agnes Keplinger, who reside at the family home in this city. Mrs. Keplinger is also survived by two brothers, J. L. Burgan, of Alexander, Minn., who was at the bedside of his sister when the end came, and C. D. Burgan, of Talent, Ore., and one sister, Mrs. G. J. Strang, of Alexander, Minn. Mrs. Keplinger was a member of J. B. Steedman Woman's Relief corps No. 31, and also belonged to Whatcom Homestead No. 195, Brotherhood of American Yeomen. Funeral services will be held from the new chapel of Mock & Harlow, 1051-1055 Elk street, Wednesday afternoon, April 2, at 2:30 o'clock, under the auspices of the fraternities to which Mrs. Keplinger belonged. The Rev. Edwin S. Secrest, pastor of Knox Presbyterian church, will deliver the funeral address, at the close of which the service of the Women's Relief corps will be conducted by J. B. Steedman corps No. 31. The active pall bearers will be veterans of the Civil war, member of J. B. Steeman post No. 24, G. A. R., and the honorary pallbearers will be chosen from the membership of of J. b. Steedman Woman's Relief corps No. 31. Interment in Bay View cemetery. The private funeral car will leave from the residence Wednesday at 2 p.m., conveying the body of Mrs. Keplinger and the funeral part to the chapel. All veterans of the Civil war and members of the W. R. C. and Yeomen have been requested to attend the funeral.