Mary Elizabeth Causten Meyer

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About Mary Elizabeth Causten Meyer

Thursday, April 03, 1851 Newport, Rhode Island

The funeral of Madame Carvallo, the wife of the Minister of the Republic of Chili, took place on Monday. The ceremonies at St. Patrick's church, F Street, were attended by an immense crowd of persons, among whom we observed The President of the United States, heads of several Departments, with their families, the Mayor of Washington, the diplomatic corps, in full court dress. Major General Scott, and other distinguished persons. The high mass was sung by the Reverend Mr. Slauery. The doleful chants of the organ, and the drapery of mourning with which the church was decorated, imparted a general feeling of solemnity . The coffin was laid in the front of the altar. It was covered with black cloth, trimmed with silver fringe and lace, and decorated with bouquets of rich flowers. A silver plate bore the inscription of the name of the deceased.

The funeral sermon was pronounced by the Rev. Dr. Moriarty, of Baltimore. A long train of private and public carriages proceeded to the Congressional cemetery, where the remains were deposited in the family vault of J. H. Causten Esq., the father of the deceased

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Mary Elizabeth Causten Meyer's Timeline

December 5, 1815
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
November 5, 1834
Age 18
June 1, 1836
Age 20
Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
June 6, 1838
Age 22
October 28, 1839
Age 23
August 23, 1842
Age 26
April 7, 1844
Age 28
Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
September 2, 1846
Age 30
Washington, District of Columbia, DC, USA
March 10, 1851
Age 35
Washington, District of Columbia, DC, USA
March 20, 1851
Age 35