Princeton Clarion-News dated 3/15/1913:


Mrs. Margaret Keimer


Months of weary suffering for Mrs. Margaret Kelly Keimer, ended with her death at 11:30 o'clock this morning, at her home at Chestnut and Seminary street. She had been in very poor health since last May, and for the past two weeks had been confined to her bed.


Mrs. Keimer was one of Princeton's most esteemed women, loved and respected by all who knew her.


The funeral will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's church, of which she was a faithful member, and interment will be in St. Joseph cemetery.   (No marker found in either the “old” or “new” cemetery.)


Mrs. Keimer was born in Washington, Ind., and at death was in her 72nd year.


For some time she resided in Mt. Carmel, and sixteen years ago came to Princeton.


Five daughters and one son survive, the children being: Mrs. Walter Vail, San Francisco; Mrs. Anna Hill, Washington; Mrs. Lizzie Drury, Washington; Mrs. Margaret Wheells, Chico, Cal.; Miss Rose Kelly, of this city, and Walter Kelly, of Mt. Carmel, and to these sorrow-stricken ones in the loss of this tender and loving mother the heartfelt sympathy of all goes out.


GCHS, Georgia McEllhiney