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She Was One ot Elmore's Oldesl ? ; Residents—Lived Here
: vl < Over OlxYears
The people of Elmore were greatly surprised and shocked Saturday evening to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. Mary Anderson about 6:10 o'clock in the afternoon. Though not strong, for the past year she nevertheless/was able to be up and around every day until Sat¬ urday, when she appeared to grow weaker d.uring the day and passed quietly away in the early evening in the ¦ House that had been her home for more tliap 4o years. She cared so little' for travel that it is not now known whether she ever was away from her home" over night during all 4iiose years. :J
;¥he.funeral was Jfield; at her< late J home ; Tuesday afternoon, j Retf.yVC H.^Willison, of Genoa, j officiating, assisted by Rev, ;||Siili/ Ewing. of this nlace. InterniSitj took place in Union cemetery byj the side of her husband ^and; ^father /" !
Mary C. NeHis was born at; Harbor Creek, Pa., Sentemb?rS6,| 1^37, and departed this life at Elmore, Ohio. Tannarv 13 4^.1 :,atithe aire of 79 years, 3 mottfns and 17 days: She was the daugn- j PSfe* of David and Caroline, Sted-i Imbn Nellis^ and cam* \ to Elmore j |writh her parents in 1855, rgakinp! *j$t residence-4ereiby4r sixtykmr yfeai-Si In, h^r h^me t<iie r^c^ived j Christian training and earjy ac-1 Ic^ed Christ as he}- S*v#t and ; ItJie £i*tde,"of her life She was aj %ternb<h- of the Christian church | "of El mote f of fifty three ,,year^ ^rcmainirig faithM ¦ liitp the endJ.i ¦ On; JtJnev23^il874.j:h^was" uni- j ted lit marriaee to llency And*er-J i^on, who died Decern^-2&189SU
One son, George Anderson, 'was born to tins uniohLattd;.heJ
wit*rhis fpiiT* sons; cue ®&&$rJ
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