Elizabeth Luckey Dreghorn wa born in WhTte HalirMd., April 1st 1828, departed this life at the home o her daughter, Mrs. Fred Hart in To ledo, Ohio, June 7th, 1912, aged 8> years, 2 months, 6 days.
On May 12th, 1853, she was unitec in marriage with John Dreghorn anc they came the same year to Ohic settling near Wellsville, where the> resided for about ten years, thence moving to Elmore, where for forty years they resided and here her hus¬ band died. The remainder of her life has been spent in Toledo, O.
Five children were born to the union, the only son William, and the oldest daughter, Martha have gone before. Her husband also passed a- wav May 2d, 1889. #
When a young girl she was con- Arerted and united with the M. K. Church and at the time of her death she was a respected member of the Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church of Toledo. Her Christian life has been one of consistence ii^ being somewhat reticent in W 3oa3^ ture, yet ever faithful in hersxseciU* tions and responsive to the go-ox^on o true. To . minister to lier f •*■ "■—• name of Christ was a pleasure a felt blessed by her spirit in tn comfort her. She be $.
missed by all who knew her. rests from her labors but her works will follow ber.
She leaves three daughters. Margaret Boyer, Mrs. Lulu Moore, and Mrs. Fred Hart of Toledo, O., and a beloved step-daughter, Mrs. Ariel Hart of Wellsyille, O., Mrs. i Moore is in the hospital not yet ap- ! prised of her mother's death.
Sixteen grand children, and six- great grand children also with other relatives and a host of friends mourn their loss.
Kind, faithful, loving, devoted and
true are the terms that suggest her
I bearing and relation to her loved ones
and to the generation she has served
and her spirit shall leave its im rk
j on those coming after her.
Peace to her memory, and repose | to her Soul. And may the God of ] all peace and mercy grant to all who ; mourn His :omfort and solace, and i inspire them to live so that their *eiid- I ing of life shall be as peaceful as her's. One of lus dling asleep.
The funeral services were held at the home of her daughter Mrs. Hart, at Toledo, Saturday evening at 7:30 and the remains were brougfiit to Elmore Sunday afternoon, where they were laid to rest in the Union eemetry, Rev. Redding, of Toledo, officiating.
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