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Miller, Amos B.
AMOS B. MILLER
[May 3, 1919]
Respected Retired Farmer Dies of Heart Trouble in Quarryville
A resident of Quarryville only since April 1st, Amos
B. Miller, formerly of East Drumore, was summoned to the Great Beyond
Of late months he had not had robust health but was
able to be around at his labors. Saturday morning he had been
digging garden at his home on West State Street, and his heart, and his
heart giving him trouble he came into the house and medical attention
was given him, but of no avail.
The deceased was born in Manor Township, his wife
being a Miss Strickler, of that section. They moved to East
Drumore and resided many years on the farm now occupied by Benjamin F.
Rhoads, later residing near Groff's Mill.
He aided in establishing the Mechanic Grove
Mennonite Church, taking an active part in its work and that of the
Sunday School. He lived a clean, useful life and will be greatly
Besides his wife he leaves four children: Abram
Miller, a business man of Elkhart, Ind.; Ephraim, of Columbia; John, an
electrician, of Allentown, and Emma Strubel, of Strasburg
township. A brother, Jacob, of New Danville, and a sister Mrs.
Abram Witmer, of Manor Township, are also left.
The funeral will take place in Quarryville Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and services will be held in the Mechanic Grove
Church at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in the cemetery
adjoining. [Newspaper clipping]
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