Mary Jane Chapin

Born: Feb 25, 1862
Loc: Bloomfied Twp. Crawford Co. PA
Died: June 27, 1944
Loc: Smethport, Kane Co. PA
Bur: Evergreen Cemetery,
Union City, Erie Co. PA
Gravestone Photo

Father: Oliver Artemus Chapin
Mother: Sarah Blair Range

Married: Sept 25, 1880 at Shreves Ridge,
Bloomfield Twp. Crawford Co. PA
Spouse: Herbert Ambrose Sill,
son of Henry Sill and Emmeline Nourse

Children:  Lila Mable/Lulu Jane/Henry Lytle/Infant Son

1860 Census:  LeBoeuf Twp, Erie Co, PA
1870 Census:  Bloomfield Twp, Crawford Co, PA
1880 Census:  Bloomfield Twp, Crawford Co, PA
1900 Census:  Bradford, McKean Co, PA
1910 Census:  Bradford, McKean Co, PA
1930 Census:  Des Moines, Polk Co, Iowa

Funeral Today For Smethport Woman
Funeral services for Mrs. H. A. Sill, 84, mother of Mrs. Charles G. Hubbard, who died Tuesday morning, were held at 10;00 o’clock this Thursday, morning at the home of Judge and Mrs. Hubbard on Rose Hill avenue, where the deceased resided. The Rev. John A. Taylor, pastor of the Smethport Baptist Church, officiated. The Rev. Mr. Taylor was assisted by the Rev. E. J. Burton, minister of the Methodist Church.
Interment will be made today in the family plot in the Union City, Pa. Cemetery. The pallbearers were: Merle Dickinson, Francis Duffy, Fred Hallstrom, C. W. Lillibridge, Orvel S. Scott and E. Zook. Mrs. Sill had been in poor health for a number of years. She failed rapidly during the past two weeks and her condition had been critical since Saturday when she suffered a heart attack. Deceased was born in Crawford County, near Union City. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Artemus Chapin, pioneer residents of that area. As a child she went to Lincolnville to hear an address by President Abraham Lincoln. On Sept. 28, 1880, she was married to H. A. Sill. The couple lived in Union City until 1900, when they moved to Bradford, where they resided for 12 years. After a residence of many years in Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. Sill returned to Union City were she lived until 1937, when she came to Smethport to make her home with her daughter. She was a member of the Smethport Baptist Church. Survivors besides Mrs. Hubbard, include another daughter, Mrs. H. H. Hughes of Des Moines; one sister, Mrs. James Whipple, of Union City; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A son H. L. Sill, died about ten years ago.