Jennie's sister Katharine (Benjamin) Clark died January 19, 1950 eight years after her husband died and three years after her only child, a son, died. Four months later Jennie died at the home of her nephew, Fred Houck, April 18,1950 after several months of ill health. All are buried in the Stamford Cemetery.
Minnie Hoagland was born in Fergusonville April 4, 1872, the daughter of James and Candace (Perry) Hoagland. She was the oldest of five children living with her family in the 1875 and 1880 Gilboa census then in Stamford in 1892. At some point after the 1892 census (enumerators usually went around in the summer) she married Frederick G. Hartwell, a printer. They had one child, Lena, in 1893 and were living in Manhattan for the 1900 and 1910 census. Lena married Louis C. Beers of Prattsville in 1912. In 1915 Minnie is living (minus Fred) with her mother in Stamford one house away from her daughter on River St. Later she had a home on East Main St.
At the age of 49 Minnie, now divorced, marries Merton Maynard, a merchant age 53, (his first wife had died) on October 21, 1921 in Stamford. The next year Merton sold his residence on Prospect street in Stamford, known as the “Cotton House ". Merton died in 1932 and left his estate of $5,500 to Minnie. In 1940 she is living with her daughter and son-in-law, the caretaker of Mt. Utsayantha observation tower, in Stamford. Minnie died April 14, 1947 after a 12 year illness at home in Stamford. She was a member of the Grace Episcopal Church. Burial in Stamford Cemetery with Merton.
So, the girls came together again in the end, section E & F in the cemetery.