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BOOTH, Pauline Frederika (Weston) 1869-1942


Posted By: S. Bell
Date: 2/24/2013 at 17:00:19

[Waterloo Daily Courier, Friday, August 28, 1942, Waterloo, Iowa]

Mrs. C. C. Booth
Jeweler's Widow
Dies in California

Mrs. Pauline Booth, widow of Charles O. Booth, former Waterloo jeweler, died Thursday night at her home in Los Angeles, Cal., it was learned here Friday by Mrs. Henry Meyers, 323 Walnut Court apartments, a friend of the family.

Mrs. Booth is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Belle Buckley, Milwaukee, Wis., who had been in Los Angeles caring for her mother the past few months, and a son, C. Weston Booth, Santa Monica, Cal.

Mrs. Booth had suffered a stroke in February and had been ill of heart disease since that time, it was reported.

Her husband had been partner in the Booth-Joseph jewelry store, which was located in the National Bank building. Their home here was at 112 South Barclay Street.

The following information and photo credit to Janicet:
Burial at Fairview Cemetery, Waterloo, IA
Pauline Booth was born Jan. 19, 1869, Washington, District of Columbia. She died Aug. 26, 1942 at Los Angeles, California.
Charles Ordway Booth and Pauline Frederika Weston were married January 19, 1891 in Washington, D.C..
Photograph was taken by Pauline’s son, Charles Weston Booth who was a professional photographer.


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