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DIED;—ApifHBth,; 189�rs Mar ^eare, six montfes and ten days. Only %■. few words to away of another1 old pioneer. One by one tttey Sire&eiag ealHr ■it was the passing away of tt'Chribtiari* Irons death, iitri^ifern(|S||
"■After Hies fitful fever she sleeps-well^ ■;. f Mary E. Fisher, was born in ftorthtHn''1 IQctbber, 15th, 180& f Coming from then' with key pat County, Ohio, where in 1.819 she was marriedto John i about fifty years, ago they moved to Si she. has resided ever since, with the exception of they had m >ved to Allen County, Ohio, at *' aer
''ilmfi-, about . eighteen or twenty years ago
fc£ Fremont with -her daughter Mrs. Lydie: Albert,:" wftttre -. Ipfcs since resided and at whose home she died, J-'he vim ilP uathet < f^burteen children, six sons and eight daughters, nme m ive ber^
$ viz, Micheal, Samuel, Aaron, John and Christopher, also j Alb*r#j
| Mrs, Margaret Carr, Mrs Hannah Oarnieom, MnC Mar m. Shv.
j left ninety-eight grand children, two hundred aiid tbirt; - I »»id chil- i dren, and twenty-five great, great grand-v - af three/,
hundred and fifty three grand, great grand aft4gre«t,g^«^^wad children. One sister and .threejb£&thers survive her, beside^ & hc^tijf other r^si^Ve^ It wassaid of her tliarfhe had more Hving descendant* tfcan any woman m the County. She was confirmed JttVfhe Gi^fnaB-|&atherwj Church, and hasten faithful to that belief. 1'r |P$rSt.John's German Lutheran Church, at Frei turning,
| April 28th, 1895, in German- and KngUsh. $ she was taken
I to theMuska&rage Cemetary, and laid beside her Pa^heip^ftnd Mother, hef^ :l b,usband being buried in Allen Coirnty, where he di#d. ^Basfe in .p*ace. ?■
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