was married to George W Straw.
Laura married James Ewing, October 31, 1922. James died in 1932. Laura married again to Frank Newberry.
MRS FRANK NEWBERRY Laura Estella Stauffer, daughter of Benjamin and Amanda Beulah Stauffer was born in Greenwood, Kansas, February 14, 1873. Death came very suddenly on July 6th 1948 at the age of 75 years. At the age of nine, her mother died and two years later her father was obliged to find homes for part of his family. Through the sympathy and kindness of Ben Straw and wife, they took her in their home and cared for her and gave her an education. Mrs. Straw was at that time her Sunday school teacher. She was converted at the age of twelve and later joined the Methodist Church at Melvern Kansas, later transferring to the M. E. Church at Fremont. She has also been a member of the W.C.T.U for more than thirty-five years. She has lived a devoted Christian life, devoted to her home, family and many friends. In 1891, at the age of eighteen, she came to Fremont, with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Straw and daughter, Lilian. The following year she was united in marriage with George W. Straw of Fremont. To this union was born two daughters, Beulah Mae and Rosa Lucile. George Straw departed this life on November 7th, 1915. On October 31, 1922, she was united in marriage to James F Ewing of Fremont, who died on January 6th, 1932. Six years later, on October 22, 1938, she was married to Frank Newberry of Quincy, Michigan, who survives; also the daughters Mrs. Beulah Boor, of Fremont, and Lucile Koon of Bronson and two grandchildren, Victor Fulton and May Ellen Bryant. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Rosie LeDroux of Los Angeles, California and one brother, Weldon Stauffer of Wild Lake, Kansas, also six step children, who loved her as their own. Her life will live on as a guiding light to all who were blessed by having known her sweet personality. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon at the Beams Funeral Home with the Rev. David Conway officiating. Burial was in the Fremont cemetery. Card Of Thanks Words cannot express our deepest thanks for the beautiful flowers and for the kindness and sympathy shown us in our sorrow and bereavement, by all who knew our wife, mother, and grandmother and share our loss. FRANK NEWBERRY and CHILDREN MR. AND MRS. HOWARD KOON MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR BOOR MR. AND MRS. VICTOR FULTON MR. AND MRS. ROBERT BRYANT source
Laura is buried in Fremont Cemetery
Fremont, Steuben County, Indiana, USA
Plot: Lot 148