A death notice and notice of funeral services were published in the Portland Press Herald for Miss Mary Bain, daughter of Capt. James and stepdaughter of Harriet (Rounds) Bain:
BAIN - In Portland, Aug. 26, at her residence, 281 Spring St., Miss Mary Bain. Funeral Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the Greenough Chapel of the Immanuel Baptist Church. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
SOURCE: Mary Bain death notice, Portlad Press Herald, Portland, Maine, 27 Aug 1943, page 2, column 4.
Bain Services Saturday
Funeral services for Miss Mary Bain, 87, one of the oldest members of the Immanuel Baptist Church, who died Thursday in her home, 281 Spring Street, after an illness of five years, will be held at 2.30 p.m. Saturday in the Byron Greenough Chapel of the Immanuel Baptist Church. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery.
Miss Bain was born Oct. 29, 1855, in Portland, daughter of the late Capt. James and Mary Skillings Bain. She attended the local schools, and accompanied her father on several trips to the West Indies as a young girl. She also had visited Alaska and Europe. She was a summer resident of Peaks Island many years.
She was active in organizations of the Immanuel Baptist Church, a former member of the Free Baptist Church, and interested in missionary work. She passed a Summer at the Baptist Orphanage, Kodiak, Alaska. Miss Bain was a charter member of the Portland Fresh Air Society and a member of the Women's Literary Union and other smaller clubs.
Surviving are several cousins.
SOURCE: Mary Bain funeral services notice, Portland Press Herald, Portland, Maine, 27 Aug 1943, page 2, column 5.