Mrs. Henry Anstead
Lindsey, Feib. 1—Mrs. Henry j Anstead, 81, of Lindsey, died at; the GUson convalescent home in Fremont, early Sunday morning. In failing health since last October she had been at the home for the past three weeks.
The deceased was born in Harrig | township, Ottawa county, on June' 27, 186)1, a daughter of Joseph and Mary Ann Rathermal, and was married to the late Henry Anstead on November 25, 1880, with Rev. j Linder performing the ceremony! in Elmore, Mr. Anstead died in 1931 and two daughters, 'Mrs. Charles Hetrick and Miss Odessa Anstead, also preceded her in death. Jl- S'~ l^¥S
Surviving- are two daughters. Mrs. Clarence Hetrick of Oak Har¬ bor, and Miss Frmma Anstead at home; nine Grandchildren; three I great-grandchildren; a sister, Dm-1 ma Rabhermal, and a brother,; John Rathermal both of Elmore. \ Services were conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday. The Rev. L. G. FrStz, pastor of the First Evangelical, and Reformed church, Fremont, officiated, witb buri¬ al in Lindsey rAm«tery.
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