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Title: Obituaries Williamsport, IN. Warren Review- Thursday, January 25, 1894 Edition
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Philip Andler of Prairie Township died at his home last week. Deceased has been ill the past year. We were unable to get particulars concerning him. Catharine Pence died at her home in Jordan Township Monday. She was the widow of the late George Pence and was, we are informed, about 64 years old. The funeral services occurred Tuesday. Louisa (Moats) Calhoun was born in Jackson County, O., May 22nd, 1845, and died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. N. W. Slater in Attica, Jan. 7th, 1894. She removed with her parents to Warren County, January 1848 and settled near Marshfield. She was united in marriage to A. D. Calhoun March 3rd, 1863. To them were born four children. Annie, Mattie and an infant child preceded them in death. Her husband died Nov. 7th, 1883. Mrs. Emma Slater of Attica survives to mourn the loss of those who have gone before. Mrs. Calhoun placed her trust in God and always endeavored to practice the Golden Rule. Her kind, loving and charitable nature will be a momument to her memory. she has gone to reap the reward of an honest charitable life. God's will be done. Charlotte A.V. Crone was born March 17, 1844 in Fredrick County, Maryland and died at her home in West Lebanon Jan. 18th, 1894, aged 49 years, 10 months and 2 days. She leaves a husband and four children; Fannie E. L. Briggs, Claudia E Hill, Victor M. Biser and Grace L. M. Brenner. Deceased was married to David Biser Aug. 6th, 1861. She united with the M. E. Church in 1877 and remained a consecrated, consistent member to the time of her death. The loved form of our mother has been laid to rest, but mother is not dead, her pure, Christian life will live always with her children and many friends. The funeral services conducted by Rev. Jakes were held from the M. E. Church at 1 p.m. Friday, after which interment was made in the West Lebanon Cemetery. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of all. Martha J. Moore, wife of Enos Moore, who died at her home in this place Jan. 12th, 1894, was born near Lewistown in Logan County, Ohio, July 4th, 1832. She was therefore 61 years, 6 months and 8 days old at the time of her death. Her maiden name was Martha Jane Simpkins. Moving with her parents to this county in 1854, she has since been a resident. She was united in marriage to Enos Moore January 15th, 1856, with whom she lived ahppily until death. Two children, a son and daughter were born to them, the son having preceded the mother to the better land, while the daughter, Mrs. Isaac Rater is left to comfort the bereaved father. Mrs. Moore united with the United Brethren Church in 1871 and has since lived a devoted Christian life, dying in the triumphs of living faith. The funeral services were held from the U. B. Church, conducted by the Rev. Meredith at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 14th after which interment was made in Hillside cemetery. The bereaved have the sympathy of the entire community. Wassen T. Fleming died at his home in West Lebanon, after a two weeks' illness, Jan. 13th, 1894, at 11 a.m. aged 47 years, 8 months and 13 days. He was born in this county and was the youngest son of Cornelius and Malinda Fleming, pioneers of Pike Township. "Ting" as he was familiarly known, was a cripple for the greater part of life and a great sufferer at times, but possessed that cheerful disposition which made him many friends. He was united in marriage May 15th, 1890 to Miss Carrie Schoonover of Attica, with whom he lived most happily until death. He was active in business, being associated with his brothers, Peter and Frank, until but recently in the retail of general merchandise. He was a member of both the Masonic and K of P fraternal orders, and the burial ceremonies were conducted by the Masonic Order. The funeral services conducted by teh Rev. Wilmer were held from the family residence, Monday, Jan. 15th, and were of a most impressive nature and the remains were laid to rest in the city cemetery there to await the trumpeting angel's call. Lucella Warbritton died at the home of Milton Whinery in this place Sunday morning, aged about 81 years. Mrs. Warbritton has been quite feeble for a year past, and her death was the result of old age. She was one among the oldest residents of the county and an old citizen of Williamsport. The funeral services, conducted by Rev. Wilmer, were held from the residence of Mr. Whinery last Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., after which interment was made in West Lebanon Cemetery.

Date: 1/25/1894
Origin: Warren Review Extracted from Microfilm
Author: Sharon Roberts
Record ID: 00003443
Type: Obituary
Source Archive: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Date Entered: 3/4/2014
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Entered By: Chris Brown

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