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Mann, Tobias E;
WELL-KNOWN MAN VICTIM OF SHOCK
Fatal Illness Ascribed In Part To Accident in Which Horses
Mann of 709
aged 49 years, a well-known resident, died in his home at 6:25 o'clock
morning, a victim of kidney and heart trouble complicated with asthma. Mr. Mann, who had been in poor health several
years, was practically bedfast the last eight weeks.
It is believed his decline was hastened by
nervous shock and minor internal injuries he received in September
his team was struck by a New York Central train at the Indiana avenue
crossing, the horses being
who was a son of Christian and Magdalena Mann, was born in Baugo
August 28, 1870. His marriage to Miss
Saloma Eckhart took place on February 5, 1889.
Mr. Mann had lived in the city for 21 years, his last occupation
that of a meat cutter. He was a member
of Prairie street
Mr. Mann are his wife; six children, Cleo, Earl, William, Lela, Helen
Mann, all at home; Four brothers, Daniel Mann of Gibson, Ind., Levi
near this city and Rufus and George Mann of this city, and four
S. F. Coffman of Vineland, Ontario, Mrs. D. F. Miller of Westport, S.
B. B. King of Ft. Wayne and Mrs. A. E. Stauffer of this city.
arrangements have not been made.
deathbed, Mr. Mann requested that no flowers be sent to the funeral.
Obituary: The Elkhart Truth
FUNERAL OF T. E. MANN
services of Tobias E. Mann, who died at his home, 709 Hubbard avenue,
will be held at Prairie Street Mennonite church at 1:00 tomorrow. The burial will take place at the Prairie street
Truth, Aug 1920
FIVE YEARS AGO -1917
Submitted by: Mona Mann
killed when struck by train; Driver injured.
Elkhart Baking Co., team valued at $400, sheared from wagon on Indiana Avenue
Enginemen were not aware of
suffers severe nervous
shock as result of narrow escape from death early today."
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