Dies ia Cleveland
The death occurred, in Cleveland last ay morning of Mr. Frank N. .JBeeke-r, the father of Mrs. R.' A. Barnholt, of our city. The body was brought hereto the home of Ins daugh¬ ter and the funeral services were con¬ ducted at the Methodist Church on Tuesday at 2:00 p. m., by Eev. C. W. Kennedy. 3-0 -ttylkS*
Mr, Becker was born in Germany seventy-three yeara ago, and came to this country in early life, living for a time in Pennsylvania and in 1880 earn¬ ing to Ohio, where he located first at Oak Harbor and then later at Sandusky. Mr. and Mrs.. Becker lost their home in the tornado that swept this section last June and Mi. Becker's death was probably hastened by the anxiety and strain of trying to reestablish a home. For three months he had been in poor health and was taken a few weeks ago to the home of his daughter in Cleve¬ land for care and treatment. He is survived by his wife and eight children and seven grandchildren. Two of his daughters are well known here, Mrs. K.A.BarnhoUandMrs.M.J. Barnholt. The two other daughters are Mrs. Anna Baibach, of Cleveland, and Mrs. Carrie Wagner, of Sandusky. Of the four sons, Frank bves in Port Clinton, and Albert, George and LeRoy live in San¬ dusky, Mr. Becker was well and favorably known by a large circle of friends who deeply mourn his death.
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