Camden Advance Journal: February 24, 1921

Native of Camden Who Passed Away at His Home in Hartford, Conn.

News comes that Henry E. Wetmore, wellknown in this town where he was born fifty-seven years ago,
died at his home in Hartford, Conn., February 10th after a long period of poor health. His
funeral was held with Masonic honors on the 13th and burial was in Hartford.

Deceased was a son of the late Wolcott and Lucy Piney Wetmore, and his birth occurred on the
farm which is now occupied by Stewart Loevenguth, about two miles west of the village. About
forty years ago he married Lois Wilson, and they resided in the Hillsboro district until going
to Hartford, Conn. They left here about forty years ago. Besides farming, Mr. Wetmore was a
carpenter and cabinet maker by trade and he followed this latter work in the East until obliged
to retire on account of his failing health. He was a valued member of the Masonic order and
had been a member of the lodge for many years. Mr. Wetmore was a fine type of man and
universally respected by all who knew him. Although away from here for a quarter of a century
he had kept Camden close to his heart and had been back from time to time. Old friends extend
deepest sympathy to Mrs. Wetmore in her sad bereavement. Two sisters also survive - Mrs. John
Wafer of Hartford Conn., Mrs. Burr S. Howd of Chittenango, N.Y.

WETMORE -- In Hartford, Conn., February 10, 1921, Henry E. Wetmore, formerly of Camden, aged
57 years.

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