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Rites For Mrs. Damschroder,
Last ritfs were held las*t Satur- dav afternoon for Mrs. Eliza Damschroder.,, 86, who died last j Wednesday of complications and j infirmities of age. Death came after long confinement, in the j home oi her daughter, Mrs. Fred j Lentz. on U. S. Highway 20, near j Busy Corners, on the farm where she had lived ever since her mar¬ riage. 64 years ago. Services were held in the home and at the United Brethren church in Wood¬ ville, with her pastor, Rev. D. D. Corl, officiatidg and interment in Woodville cemetery,
Eliza Driftmeyer Damschroder, born in Madison township, San¬ dusky County, Ohio, on August 6, 1850. was one of a family of eight children; two brothers having preceded her in death. She was baptized in infancy and received her education in a school adjoin- ing her parents' farm. On March 21, 1872, she was married to Mr. J. F. Damschroder at Fremont, by Rev. Lang, and went at once to housekeeping on the farm where she died. She was the mother of four children: John C. and Mrs/Emma Weis of Elmore; Mrs. Sophia Myers of Petersen, Mich., and MrsTFred Lentz; and leaves 14 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. There are also two brothers: Fred Driftmv- er of Fremont aod Lewis Driffe myer of Gibsonburg and three sisters: Mrs. Mary Mich.eal of A I- ma, Mich., Mrs. Sarah Helm* brecht of Perrysburg and Mrs. "TSopbia Kilgus of Helena, and many other relatives and a large circle of friends.
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