From the Flint Journal, printed 10 April 1928:
McCrea--Mary McCrea, 39 years old, died yesterday at 674 Neff-rd, Grosse Pointe, of tuberculosis, following an illness of three years. She was born in Roscommon-co, Mich., the daughter of James B. and Isabelle [Cameron] McCrea. She was a member of the Presbyterian church in Superior, Wis. She leaves her father, of Flint; two brothers, James E. McCrea, of Johnson City, Pa., and Duncan C. McCrea, of Detroit; four sisters, Adelia and Jessie, of Grosse Pointe; Mrs. Beltz, of Chicago, and Mrs. L. A. Monroe, of Superior, Wis.
She (Mary McCrea) was buried in Gracelawn Cemetery, Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan, with my great-grandmother, Anna Cameron (who was Mary's aunt). Anna did not want to return to rural Arenac County, MI, where she was born and where she married Donald Cameron, even to be buried there with him (Donald). Actually Anna was buried with Mary, since Mary died first.
Mary McCrea's obituary provided several clues to me. I didn't know that her sister Ellen was married to a Mr. Beltz and that she lived in Chicago before she married a Mr. Audley. Nor did I know that Adelia & Jessie lived in Grosse Pointe (although I knew that they had lived in nearby Detroit). I also did not know that James E. McCrea lived in Pennsylvania, before he moved out west.