■ SISTER OF ADAM GARMROTH
I n BURIED HERE WEDNESDAY
I Mrs. Wm. T. Black., sister of j Adam Garmroth living east of] 'town, died at ber home in Detroit! I Monday afternoon, August l%\
■ after a long illness. The body j was brought to Elmore and the) funeral services were held at i Trinity M. E. church here Wed-] nesday afternoon, the Rev. E. L. \ Arthur, pastor of tbe Methodist cburch at Oak Harbor, officiating in the absence of Rev. ScheuBer, and interment was in Union cem¬ etery at E Imore.
Mrs. Black, nee Emma Garm¬ roth, was born on a farm east of Elmore about 70 years ago and for a time after her marriage to Wm, T. Black lived in Elmore. After a few years his business took tbem to New York state where they lived a number of years and where their only son was born. His death at tbe age I of two years was a severe shock from which she never fully recov- ed. Twenty-five or more years ago they moved to Detroit, Mich., j and that city continued to be ber borne until her death. She was a faithful member of the Methodist church and her desire was to be brought back to her childhood | home for final rites and burial. j Sbe is survived by her husband ! j and three daughters. Mrs. Oda j ! Herrick, Mrs. Gayneli Merrill and I Mrs. Loneila Brockman, all of Detroit; also two grandchildren,; 1 Marjory Brockman and James ! Herrick; two brothers. Adam A, j JGarmroth of near Elmore arid i | George Garmroth of Payne Ohio, and two sisters. Mrs. Lixzie My*, ers of Lorain and Mrs. Minnie Frohney of Scott, Ohio.
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