Name: Mabel Mary (Easton) Wiley
From: The Palo Alto Tribune,
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 1905
Mrs. E. P. Wiley Dead
After a very painful illness of three weeks duration Mrs. E. P. Wiley of Curlew died at her home on Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock. The funeral services were held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon and the body laid to rest in the cemetery west of town.
Mabel Easton was born in Brockville [sic], New York, on January 30, 1878. The following year she came with her parents to Rolfe, Iowa, and a year later they moved to Curlew where she grew to young womanhood. She taught school for several years. On September 26, 1898, she was united in marriage to Mr. E. P. Wiley of Curlew and they moved to Missouri and remained for four years. When they return to Curlew three years ago Mr. Wiley entered the employment of the Teiderman Elevator Co., which position he still holds.
Mrs. Wiley leaves three little daughters, which are six years, four years and two years old respectively. Besides these children, her husband, mother, four sisters and four brothers survive her and to them we extend sincere sympathy. Their loss is a great one, for Mrs. Wiley was a beautiful and loving mother, a true and faithful wife, and a kind and devoted daughter and sister.