Death of Jacob Bahnsen.
Mr. Jacob H. Uatmsen, one of Bay township's pioneer farmers, died at his home iu this city, J uly 20th, in his 77th year. 7-;'3-/f-?t
He was born in Senleswig-Holsvein and came to this country in 1863, when a lad about 16 years of age, with his parents. He was married to Miss An¬ na Lorenzen Feb 8, 1877, aocl to this union seven children were born: Lu¬ cy, wire oi Fred Lorenzen of Salem township; Lawrence and Edward who reside on the farm; Elizabeth, wife of Wm. Obm, deceased; Helen, wiiefof George Hopfinger of this city; Jacob, who resides here, and Laella, cow Mrs. Kraeet Bebow. la ail tiit-re are 19 *.- 'C............ and two great-grand-
He -■ . :.:■:■: successful
farmers . -.- ctioo and was uni
tl is (Friday)
from John's Lutheran
Church. Rev. LambtTtus will conduct
the service, Tbe bodj. will be iaid to
rest in Lakeview cemetery. —
Vincent Back, Mrs. August MoelU | oan and Mrs. Alvin Geisler attended, .the funeral services of their cousin, j Jacob Bahnsen, at St. John's Lutheran j Church at Port Clinton, Friday after-1
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