e W. Allyn, Sr.. Passed ay Sunday, Fed. 22, After
orge W. Allyn was born near
rt Clinton, Ohio. March 24,
538, and died February 22, 1906,
being aged 67 years, 10 months
the age of 21 years he was I in marriage to Esther K. e, on August 18, 1859 disunion were born two sons, e and Fred, and one daugh- I'lara, the latter having pre him to the better land. When Fort Sumter was tired on, he left wife and infant daughter behind, for whom he amply provided, and dered his musket in defence Union. He served as cor- ral in Company K, 139th O. V. >m which he was honorably rg§il in 1864.
was converted to the Chris- ait h and united with the st Episcopal Church in hich denomination he a faithful member ever He helped to build the Methodist church in Elmore, ieh he furnished both labor nney. Upon its destruction ¦e, he assisted in the con¬ struction of the new church and I to maintain it up to the f his death. In 1866. he became a member of the "Masonic Lodge, and was j raised to the sublime degree of a ; Master Mason, at Port Clinton, j Ohio. Fie was Worshipful Master; of the lodge at Elmore, in which he has shown a lively interest for many years. #
He moved from Port Clinton to Elmore, in 1868, where he has re- led ever since. He always had ! business and social interests I of this community at heart, and j was patriotically devoted to the ! progress and welfare of the whole country.
He was an honest and industri¬ ous man, and was always willing to lend a hand to assist those who were in need.
He was a kind father and de¬ voted husband, and constantly, up to the time of his death, showed a great interest in the comfort and welfare of his whole family. He leaves to mourn his demise a wife and two sons, George and Fred.
The funeral services were held from the residence Monday morn¬ ing, the Rev. C. S, Barron offici¬ ating. Intermeru was made in the Union cemetery.
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