Source: Hennessey Clipper, November 30, 1933, page 1
Mrs. Gilbert Victim of Heart Attack
Stricken Suddenly While Attending O.E.S. Chapter Tuesday Evening,
She Passed Away Approximately a Half Hour Later
Mrs. J.E. Gilbert, 74 years of age, a pioneer resident of Kingfisher county, passed away at the family home on East Oklahoma avenue Tuesday evening approximately a half hour after she had been stricken while in attendance at a meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star in Masonic hall.
Complaining of a feeling of nausea during the early evening she was hurriedly taken home and a physician summoned. She expired a few minutes after the doctor had departed. Mrs. Gilbert had suffered of heart trouble for a number of years.
She is survived by a son and daughter, Mr. Clint Gilbert, of Three Sands, Okla., and Mrs. C.E. Jackson, of Hennessey.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Thanks to fellow researcher, Jean Whiteneck, I know have this obituary of my maternal 3rd-great grandaunt. Mary Ann BEALS was the daughter of John T. and Mary (DAVIS) BEALS, and the younger sister of my Nathan T. BEALS. Mary was born March 27, 1859 in Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana. She married on February 27, 1884 to Joseph Edwin GILBERT, son of P.M. and Emily GILBERT.