"Mr. and Mrs. Clinton, Gerlach and son Glenn, of the Fremont road, left Tuesday morning for Cleveland, to at¬ tend the funeral of Mrs. Carrie Bald-
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died in that, city Friday.
Mrs. Baldwin was 76 years of age, and had been in ill health for some¬ time. Her condition was not thought serious, but Friday a stroke set in and she died shortly afterward. She was a widow, her husband having died many years ago. Mrs. Baldwin was one of Cleveland's wealthy and prom¬ inent women, and her funeral Tues¬ day was largely attended. -She was also well known in Port Clinton where she Visited er niece on many occa¬ sions. <?-/?'/f3#
Funeral services were held from the home in Cli vel'and Tuesday afternoon, with interment in the cemetery there.
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