Newspaper June 19 1907
Mrs. J. B. Brewer
The remains of Mrs. J. B. Brewer who was drowned in the Meduxankeag Monday night June 10th were found at the landing at Temple about four miles below Meductic on Saturday.
The body was well preserved and there was no bruises on it. The funeral was held on Sunday from her late residence on Water Street. The services were conducted by Rev. A. H. Kearney, assisted by the Rev. S. A. Baker and the Rev. G. D. Ireland.
The deceased leaves besides a husband, two daughters Mrs. E. N. Case of Chicago and Mrs.(Dr.) McLean of Woodstock and three sons J. Ham of Cambridge and Frank B. and William of Boston. All the children got home for the funeral except Mrs. Case who arrived a day too late.
Mrs. Brewer was a Miss Yerxa. She was highly esteemed by all who knew her.