Mrs. Abraham Bell.
The body of Mrs. Anna G. Bell, widow of the late Abraham Bell who died in Georgetown hospital, Virginia. January 12th, was brought here for burial and the funeral held from the residence of her son, Glenn Bell, on Fifth street, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Bell made her home with her daugh¬ ter , and when she became seriously ill was taken to the hospital by order of the attending physician.
Mrs. Bell was of old pioneer stock. She was married to Abraham Bell and moved to Rocky Ridge when that place was a. thriving lumber town. Mr. Bell was engaged in the general mer¬ cantile business. He also dealt in timber and bought a farm, which he platted into lots. This venture prov¬ ed unprofitable, and this misfortune together with the credits he extended to his patrons caused him to fail. The family then moved to Port Clinton and here they lived unti line death of Mr. Bell, many years ago.
After her husband's d.eath Mrs. Bell made her home with her daugh¬ ter, Mrs. Nellie Reynolds and still later with another daughter, Mrs. Madge Beach, Washington. She was SIS years of age at the time of her death. t-fv-ff^
She is survived by three sons, Bert of Genoa, Clinton of Bellevue and Glen of this city, and two daughters, Mrs. Madge Beach of "Washington and. Mrs. Nellie Reynolds of LeRoy, O.
The funeral services were conduct¬ ed by Rev. Mr. Crosby, pastor of the tl. B. church. The body was laid rest in Lake-view cemetery.
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