Thursday, July 28, 2016
Mrs. Martha A. Houpt
Mrs. Martha A. Houpt (spelled Haupt in her obituary) passed away on July 28, 1903, and she was buried at Oakland Cemetery. An obituary for Martha Houpt appeared in the July 31, 1903 issue of the Sandusky Register. It read:
Mrs. Martha A. Haupt
Mrs. Martha A. Haupt, wife of Geo. W. Haupt, died at her late home at Hull's Corners, Tuesday morning, after a long illness. The funeral services were held at the home Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W. H. Oswalt. Mrs. J.D. Parker and Mrs. W. H. Oswalt sang "Nearer, My God, to Thee" and "Asleep in Jesus." The burial was in Oakland Cemetery.
Martha A. Turner, daughter of Rev. James Turner and Mary Turner, was born in Kenninghall Heath, Norfolk, England, Aug. 13, 1842. Died at Hull's Corners, Perkins Township, Erie County, Ohio, July 28, 1903, aged 60 years, 11 months and 15 days.
When 16 years of age, with her parents, she emigrated to America, and settled in Williams County, Ohio. On Nov. 18, 1866, she was married to Geo. W. Haupt. to them was born one child, a daughter, now Mrs. Clara I. Seitter, of New Washington, Ohio.
With the exception of a short time spent in Williams County, Mr. and Mrs. Haupt lived in Crawford County until about four years ago, since when they have lived in Erie County. Mrs. Haupt won the esteem of all who knew her by her pure, noble womanhood. In every relation as wife, mother, friend, and neighbor, she was good and faithful. On march 18, 1866, she united with the Methodist Episcopal Church in New Washington, Ohio and throughout her long illness she was wonderfully sustained by her Christian faith, and hope of immortal life. She expressed herself as prepared for the change, and peacefully fell asleep in her Lord.