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Mrs. Martha (Eustis) Stephenson, mother of George E. Stephenson, president and assistant treasurer of the Boston Transcript, died suddenly this morning at her son's home at Marblehead Neck. She had come here on Saturday from her home in Haverford, Pa., to spend the holidays with her son.
   The funeral will be held at 1020 Beacon Street, Brookline, Thursday morning at eleven o'clock.
   Mrs. Stephenson was in her seventy-fifth year and the daughter of William Tracy and Martha Gilbert (Dutton) Eustis and the granddaughter of Henry W. Dutton, the founder of the Transcript. Her husband, who has been dead a number of years, was Walter Briant Stephenson. In her hometown, just outside of Philadelphia, Mrs. Stephenson was active in many ways and the Women's Hospital in Philadelphia was a philanthropy in which she was especially interested. She was a member of the Unitarian Church.
   Besides her son, George E. Stephenson, Mrs. Stephenson is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Helen S. LeBoutillier of Gladwin, Pa., and Mrs. Martha S. Cookman of Englewood, N.J. Two sisters are Miss Mary St. B. Eustis and Miss Elizabeth M. Eustis, and a brother is Henry D. Eustis, all three residing in Brookline.
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Encyclopedia Titanica (2003) MARTHA E. STEPHENSON DIES AT MARBLEHEAD (Boston Evening Transcript, Monday 24th December 1934, ref: #316, published 28 August 2003, generated 2nd August 2021 03:28:37 PM); URL :