W, SEPTEMBER 27, tQI7 F
JMOTHER OF MRS. f
at fremont \ .
Aii:-'.. Gins. S. Beelman, mother 1 ;nl Mrs. Fred VuTTeTTlr.. died at'>;- ]her lat'i home in Fremont last N Frida> evening a I 7~ o'clock. ['
case ami followed a lingering ill- ■ n-ess ol nine months during the hist three months of which she was beVfest.
She was a faithful member of j the MetftatHst church, where ib^: funeral • services, which were largely -litcnded, were held Mon- | day afternoon, Rev. ]. C. Roberts:, officiating. The Rebekab lodge, to J which the deceased belonged, took i, part in the services^.. "J he flur-'jl
The interment took place at the
The deceased was the da1""-' of Samu.:! and V>Jlo+fi? S __ ..,'. was torn at ErHn, <)., May 26,; 1863. At two years of age her j parents moved to Frtnio.pt, where
ib- '.'-..n-],' ^i ei to B d&ille Lad I it wh.s while living there, that she was married to Chas. j£ce<l Octo-! her 3, IS'Sl. They went to house¬ keeping on a i arm near Lmdsey and lived there until Mr. Reed's death n 1904. After thai she
cv, in iMiiiore, out was employed most of the time-as a .trained nursv.- April 5. 1916, she was united, in frfarrrage !:o Chas. S. l-lee'tm.-iii of Fremont, and theiu- ■■;!;;; she njade her home-mi FSe-j
one ■' i! ght'er. Mrs. Fred Vultee,',
jr.. of tills place; a gramKlatigli- '
fer. Anna Vcll-ettie Vultee, and ;
other relatives. I
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