Della A (Hollenbeck) Baldwin

(July 10, 1885 - January 27, 1920)


Wyoming Newspaper Project
January 29, 1920



Mrs. H. Baldwin who underwent an operation in Deadwood, died on Tuesday a.m., according to a message received here.

Mrs. F. O. McNabb, a sister and neighbor of the dead woman from southwest of town, went to Deadwood last (Wed.) night to take the remains to the old home in northwest Missouri for burial.

The unmarried sister, Miss Ethel Hollenbeck who was injured from a fall from a horse while teaching school in her 2 sisters neighborhood here, is recovering at the Deadwood hospital. It was while nursing her sister Miss Ethel, that Mrs. Baldwin found it necessary to undergo an operation for appendicitis which cost her life.

Published originally in the Van Tassell Booster, January 29, 1920


OBITUARY

Mrs. Harry Baldwin

The community was shocked Wednesday morning when the sad news came that Mrs. Harry Baldwin has passed from this life into the world beyond, Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at Deadwood S.D. on January 27, 1920.

Della A. Hollenbeck was born at Odebolt, Ia. July 10, 1885. She came to Wyoming in the spring of 1915 and took up a homestead where she lived until the following spring when she was married to Harry Baldwin March 11, 1916. After a short wedding tour they returned and took up their residence on the Groom farm, where she resided until just a few days before her death.

She was 34 years, 6 months and 17 days old at the time of her death.

The body was shipped to Knob Noster, Mo. to be buried beside her mother and brother who have preceded her.

She leaves to mourn her death her husband, father, stepmother, six sisters and one brother.

As a sheaf which is ripe for the harvest
Is carefully garnered in
So she was plucked by the Master,
From this world of pain and sin.
She no doubt is waiting
Among the blood-washed throng,
With those who've gone before her
Singing redemption's song.
With those who have borne tribulation
Been washed in Jesus' blood
Our sister today is dwelling
In the beautiful City of God.

In one of those heavenly mansions
Which Jesus went to prepare,
She probably rests from her labors
Oh! Can't you just see her there?
No lines of care or sorrow
To be seen in her clear calm brow
No tears or moans of suffering
Do we hear her mutter now.
Van Tassell Booster, February 5, 1920


Burial:
Knob Noster Cemetery
Knob Noster
Johnson County
Missouri, USA (From findagrave.com)

MARRIED
BALDWIN-HOLLENBECK

Harry L. Baldwin was married to Della A. Hollenbeck on March 11th,(1916) at Chadron, Nebr.

The Pioneer extends congratulations, as also a host of Van Tassell friends.

Van Tassell Pioneer, March 17,1916






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