AGED PIONEER DIES
" Mrs. Elizabeth Netcher Diegei,,. 82. dtecl at the home ot her daugh¬ ter, Mrs. Elza Graver, Wednes¬ day morning of this week. Ever since the death of her husband over two years ago she has made her home with her children, usu¬ ally with her son Louis on the old homestead. ,
Mrs. Diegei, .nee E I i z a be t hi
fetchsr, was born in Cumberland
LeitJunty, Pennsylvania,^ in 1834
land came to Fremont with herf
iparents when six months old.
Later they moved to the vicinity
of Elmore where she lived until
the angel of death called, her to
her eternal home.
She was married to Jacob Die¬ gei in 1858 and to this union were born one son Louis, who occupies the old homestead, and two daughters, Mrs. Fred Heckman and Mrs. Elza' Graver. Besides the children there remain to mourn her loss two grandchil¬ dren, "Jacob Graver of Buffalo, N, Y4, and Anna Diegei; two . brothers^, B. Netcher of Elmore and Peter Netcher of Swanton.
The funeral will be held Satur- I day afternoon at one o'clock at i the home of Louis Diegei and | from there foaSt. John's church, I Rev. Beckme3Ter officiating. She ; was one of the pioneer members of the church and will be missed bv a host of friends. :
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