Hinman, Estelle Hewitt 1851-1932 Mt. Vision Obituary
Mrs. Estella Hinman Dies At Her Home in Mt. Vision
Mrs. Estelle Hewitt Hinman died at her home in Mt. Vision Saturday morning, March 19, of heart disease, from which she had suffered for the past four years. Mrs. Hinman was born in Moravia, Cayuga county, August 12, 1851.
She was married to Jason Hinman in 1868. Two children were born to them, Lela M. and Arthur, both of whom resided with her. Mrs. Hinman was a devoted mother and greatly loved her home. She will be sadly missed there and in the community, where she resided. Her funeral will be held from her late home Tuesday, March 22, at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. J. Hurlbutt of the Baptist church in Mt. Vision, officiating.
The family request that there be no flowers.
Funeral of Mrs. Hinman is Largely Attended
Mr. Vision, March 22---A large number of people, including many relatives and friends from distant points, attended the funeral of Mrs. Estella Hinman, held in her home yesterday afternoon. Among those from out of town were a niece, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Wakefield, of Locke; two nephews, Raymond Wheeler and Ward Austin of Ithaca, Mr. Wheeler having his wife and son with him. There were also a number of people present who were related to the deceased through her husband, who died some years ago. Among these were Mr. and Mrs. Eber Packer and Lyke Packer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Packer and Mrs. Minnie Packer of Portlandville, Eber Hinmen of New Lisbon; George Mansfield and Mrs. Stephen Trimlet of Morris; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hinman of Middlefield; Mr. and Mrs. David Thorn and Francis Thorn of Milford; Kent Kilkenney and Mrs. Clifford Eldred of Oneonta. There were also many friends from West Oneonta, Laurens, New Lisbon and Mt. Vision.
C. J. Hurlbutt, pastor of the Baptist church in Mt. Vision, officiated, giving an appropriate message, fitting to the life of the deceased. His topic was: “Meditations on Life and Eath.” Among other things, he spoke kindly of the life of the deceased, and her relationships with her friends and other loved one.
Burial was made in the family plot in the Mt. Vision cemetery. Bearers were Harry Sargent, John Bishop, Bert Fields, Charles Miller, Harry Bunn and William Marks, all of Mt. Vision.