Mrs. Jared Baker
Death has again entered our home taking with it our wife and mother, Mrs. Huldah Baker, nee Boggs^. who 1 was born at Sugar Creek, near El¬ more, Mar. 7th, 1844, having lived there the earlier part of her life. On j June 25th, 1868, she was united inj marriage to Jared Baker. To this union five children were born, two I sons and three daughters, one son and one daughter dying in infancy, and I one daughter having attained the I age of 26 years old. One son, Geo. I Baker and one daughter, Mrs. Got-1 tlieb Norwalk, both of Cfay Center, J and the husband, Jared Baker, and '■ one brother, Brasilia Boggs._ of Chi¬ cago, formerly of Elmore, still sur¬ vive.
Mrs. Baker lived to the age of 79 years, nine months, 16 days. She had been in failing health for a number of years but for the last five weeks had been bed ridden. Six weeks ago she was brought to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gottlieb Norwalk from whence she passed away Sunday morning at 5:50. She suffered great¬ ly but stiH expressed her faith in the Father above who knoweth and doeth ah things for the best. | The funeral was held at the home of the daughter Wednesdav at 2:00, burial at Clay Cemetery near Genoa. Those who attended the funeral from out of town were: Mrs. Jake Dibert, Mrs. Geo. Hacker, Charles Norwalk and son EmTl, Helen Herach, Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Bankey, two daughters and son Geo. Bankey, all of Rocky Ridge. ^jp-r^jL^
Mrs. Jared Baker, died Sunday, at her home in Clay Center and was buried in the Clay Center cemetery, Wednesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Baker were for years residents of Rocky Ridge, Those attending the funeral from this place were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Banky and George, Mr. Norwalk and Amiel, Mrs. Jake Dibert, Mrs. Geo. Hacker and Miss Helen Hersch. fX-&9-r4X. 3
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