OBITUARY OF EMMA t. BOGGS
Emma L. Boggs, nee Schneider, was born April 24, 1861, near Lindsey, Ohio. She was united in marriage to John Boggs October 11, 1887. Most of her married life was spent on their farm east of town but her later years were spent in their home just across the river at Elmore. For some- years she had been in declining health and last June she began to suffer from dropsy which later was aggravated by heart trouble. For two months sbe was confined to her bed and finally passed peacefully away to her heaven¬ ly home August 30, 1927, aged 66 years, 4 months and 6 days.
At the age of 17 years she was con¬ verted and united with the Zion Evangelical church. She always took a great interest in church, Sunday school and prayer meetings until cir¬ cumstances interfered with her activi¬ ties. She was a great lover of nature, especially flowers.
The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Neumeister of the Eva-ngeJieal association at Eliiston, his text being Hebrews 13:14, as follows: "For here we have no continuing city, but we seek for one to come." At her re¬ quest her nephews acted as pall bearers.
She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, three sisters, Mrs. Sarah C. Netcber of Elmore, Mrs. Clara Kline of Toledo and Mrs. Minnie Frederick of Graytown; five brothers, John Schneider of Lindsey, William Schneider of Oak Harbor, Lewis Schnekler of Lima, Noah E. Schneider of Clyde and Oscar Schneider of Fremont.
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