<fifd at St. Vin¬ cent's hospfta 1 "Mput'-jone o'clock Wednesday afternoo^ He seemed Iffo be improving nicely from his operation and on that day ap¬ peared more cheerful than usual. He had just eaten his dinner and the nurse had gone out with the dishes. When she returned a few minutes later she found htm dead. The^physician gave as his ver- ^dict that death was due to apo- plexy* *,w^
Mr. Dunham was first taken aisick two weeks ago and a week |ago Monday 'was taken to St. jVincent's hospital for an opera¬ tion. ;Atjfirst he suffered greatly ptnd'Jiis. condition for several days j deemed serious but this week he Nvas feeling muc h b e 11 e r and was fioping soon to be out of the hos¬ pital. • His unexpected d e a t h ,'camc.asa shock to his many rel- j atives and friends. Mr. «Dunhamhad reached' the age ! Vor'58years, 9 months and 23 days j d spen t'his, entire 1 i fe near j He was a thresh¬ er ei*. He jnevei
1895 lived with st Clinton St. He leaves, besides his mother pjSve*Jbrothers and two sisters: Al-
monJ; Paulding county; Fred, Adrian/ Mich.; .Frank, on the pold homestead; George, Harrison, *;Mich»; John. Elmore; Mrs. E. A. |l^lg^neck, Dundee, Mich.; Mrs.;
John Weis, Elmore. aaaiXThe1 funeral will be held Sat- urdav at the house but as we go \ io>jpress the hour has not yet been i deeixled upon. Burial will take Wptaoe in Woodville cemetery.
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