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Title: Williamsport, IN. Warren Review- Thursday, February 2, 1899 Edition
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Luke Ray, after a long illness from dropsy of the heart, succumbed to the inevitable Tuesday evening at 7:35 o'clock. Funeral is today at 2 o'clock p.m. at the M. E. Church, Rev. L. C. Bentley officiating. Interment will be made in the Bumgardner Cemetery, west of this place. Mrs. McCartney of West Lebanon, the stepmother of W. P. James of this place, died last Friday after a protracted and painful illness, and the remains were interred in the cemetery at West Lebanon last Sunday. Deceased was about 70 years of age. James Baird of Davis Township, Fountain County, died at his home last Thursday evening after eating a hearty supper, from heart failure. The funeral was held at the residence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Wm Wilmer officiating. Deceased prior to his removal to Davis Township, was for many years a citizen of this, Washington Township, and was well and favorably known. The remains were interred in Riverside Cemetery. John Brown died at the home of Harry Evans last Thursday morning. He was buried in the cemetery at West Lebanon at 2 o'clock last Friday afternoon. Patrick Cavanaugh attended the funeral of his brother, Frank, in Danville, last Saturday. Another bright life is taken from our midst. It is gone home to Him who gave it to rest eternal among the angels where there is everlasting peace and happiness. Orpha, daughter of George and Carrie Lyons, died January 22nd, 1899, aged 11 years, 7 months and 3 days. Orpha was a special favorite among her playmates, always cheerful, obedient and full of that goodness that always goes to make a child loved by everybody. She was just blooming into womanhood and, having a bright mind, was attaining the accomplishments of an esteemed and useful woman. Her death is doubly sad, having been in seeming perfect health up to a week before she died, and suffering untold agony up to the last moment. She is deeply missed yet she is at rest-that only such as her can attain. Anna Martha Luttrop. This lady was born near Cassell, Germany, January 6th, 1830. At the age of sixteen she became a member of the German Reform Church and always lived in that faith. At the age of twenty-four she went to London, England, where she remained three years. From London she went to East London, South Africa, where, in 1857, she was united in marriage to Christian Hirlinger. Mr. and Mrs. Hirlinger resided there five years. To them were born five children, three daughters and two sons, of whom three survive her-Frederick, William and Dora. Her husband and two daughters, died in South Africa. Mrs. Hirlinger and her three children moved from Elephant's Fountain, South Africa, to Williamsport, Ind., in 1884, two months and one day being required to make the trip from that place. At this place deceased resided until her death, which occurred Saturday, January 28th, 1899. Mrs. Hirlinger always was caused by paralysis. She was an exceptional good woman and always gave her influence and voice for the good. She was bitterly opposed to the wrong, and believed in the right and a firm believer in the hereafter. The funeral was conducted at the Presbyterian Church on Monday, January 30th, 1899. Rev. William Wilmer officiating. Remains were interred in Hillside Cemetery. The pallbearers were: John Reiff, Abe Clawson, N. T. Vanderbilt, Howard Robb, Enos Moore and Shederick Ross. She was 69 years and 22 days of age.

Date: 2/2/1899
Origin: Warren Review Extracted from Microfilm
Author: Sharon Roberts
Record ID: 00003631
Type: Obituary
Source Archive: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Date Entered: 7/18/2014
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Entered By: Chris Brown

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