etroit and Henry Bricker of )a; six daughters; Mrs. Clara aour of Toledo; Mrs. Cora ilaker, Clayton, Mich.; Mrs. ia Holtz, Lafayette. Ind.; Alice Jones and Mrs. Laura :eford, Detroit, and Mrs. Del- ?rsten, of near Elrnure; also randchildren and 11 great- dchildren.
death, an 1937. Sixteen grandchil¬ dren and 10 great-grand child'-en. Other relatives and many friends. . His pilgrimage on earth was 77 i yeans, 5 .months 22 days.
Funeral service was conducted on Sunday, October the 14th at 2 p; m. in the Robinson Funeral Home. Interment in Union ceme¬ tery Oak Harbor. Rev. O. C. Dosn- gea, officiating.
AM Bennett ws\
Alvi Bennett,^ or, of. Richard Bennett and Lavina, nee Herring, wa;s born, April: 19, 1871. On Jan¬ uary 17, 1901 -foe wa: wedlock to Minnie He
nine children, 7*j
For a period ot years he was < :i- ■gaged in farming in the vicinity j of Oak Harbor, Ohio; for .many; yeans 'he was engaged as a team- I ■ster.
For many years he was strong and robust and enjoyed fine healtih four years .ago. .his health began to fail an<3 finally was stricken with a malady Ifor which medical science has not Sound a cure.
■He answered• tha summons >of the anigel of death on Thursday, October the 11 tin at 7 p. m.
He leaves ito-rnounn his depart¬ ure his deeply-, bereaved widow, ■six daughters, Mrs. Harold (Fran¬ ces) jGray, Mrs. Id?, Kehii, "Mrs. . Norman (Martha i Frank, Mrs. | Wesley (A-ginesi' Meinka. Mru. k*-;;- ter (Alva) Frank, All"of Toledo, O. ' Mrs. George (Plriithl Tewer?- ni' Port Clirjlcn, O.; Two'sons, Carl and William ofr Oak Harbor; one daughter, Almay preceded him in
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