JvTaniio-n Below, son of Fred ami Uosii- i^i-low, w;is born \pril 21, 1S-1S in Prussia, and died Friday morning' at 5 o'clock at the borne of his do.ugh- ter, Mrs. August PQjjka, Port Clinton. Pneumonia was the cause of death. He was nearly 82 years of age.
He came to this country in 1872 and settled in Carroll township, where he lived until the death of -his wife in 1918 when he made his home with his children. ^~/'$'-/<? 3^
On November 25, 1875, he was unit¬ ed in marriage to Margaret _Apllng, and to this union 14 children were born, seven boys and seven girls. His wife and three daughters preceded him to the grave. He was a kind father and loved by all who knew him.
He leaves to mourn his loss four daughters and seven sons: Mrs. Al- vina_Fook_a of Port. Clinton, Mrs. Min¬ nie Yauch and Mrs. Amanda Flecht- ner "6T Fostoria and Mrs. Suppena Ve- lom. of Gallipolis; .Oscar, Henry, Fred and Arthur of Carroll township, Mox- ie and Louis of Gypsum and George of Cleveland. There are 30 grand¬ children, and one great-granddaugh¬ ter; one sister, Hulda, of Germany; four brothers, Otto, of Port Clinton, Fred of Grass Bake, Michigan; Paul of Colorado and Moxie of South Caro¬ lina, and many other relatives and friends.
The funeral was held Sunday after¬ noon from the residence of his daugh¬ ter, Mrs. Popka, here, and services were also held by Rev. Davenport at the M. E. Church at Oak Harbor. The funeral was largely attended. The body was laid to rest in Salem ceme¬ tery near Oak Oak Harbor.
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