Gish, Timothy H., infant son of A. Samuel and Grace (Hershey) Gish, was born at Palmyra, Pa., April 9, 1961; died April 10. Surviving are his parents, one brother (Martin Samuel), one sister (Lynn Marie), and 4 grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. John Hershey, York, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs. John Hershey, York, Pa.; and Mr. and Mrs. Martin L., Gish, Mt. Joy, Pa.). A short service was held at the Miller Funeral Home, Elizabethtown, Pa., April 13, in charge of Walter Keener. Jr.
Jones, George Louis, was born at Maurepas, La.; Feb. 11, 1872; died at Ponchatoula, La., June 6, 1961; aged 89 y. 3 m. 26 d. Surviving are his wife (Katie Jones), 5 children, 15 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren. He was the grandfather of Bro. George Reno and a member of the Akers Mennonite Church. Funeral services were held at Ponchatoula, La., June 8, in charge of Kenneth I. Smoker.
Lehman, Andrew, son of Peter and Catherine (Widrick) Lehman, was born at New Bremen, N.Y., Dec. 14, 1872; died of a heart attack, en route home from visiting a son in the hospital, May 21, 1961; aged 88 y. 5 m. 7 d. On Jan. 14, 1897, he was married to Anna Zehr, who died Nov. 2, 1939. Surviving are 8 sons and one daughter (Andrew, Ezra, Vernon, Seth, Arlon, Merle, Leona-Mrs. Lloyd Steinman, Kenneth, and Stanley), one brother (Daniel, Croghan, N.Y.), 34 grandchildren, and 40 great-grandchildren. He was a member of the First Mennonite Church of New Bremen, N.Y, where funeral services were held May 24, in charge of Donald Jantzi; interment in Conservative Mennonite Cemetery, Croghan.
Martin, Nathan Shank, son of Daniel and Rebecca (Shank) Martin, was born in Washington Co., Md., June 5, 1915; died from a series of heart attacks over a period of one week, June 3, 1961; aged 45 y. 11 m. 29 d. On June 4, 1936, he was married to Bertha Baer, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons and one daughter (Ray Irvin, Julia-Mrs. Richard Shank, and Richard L.), one foster daughter (Rosalind Russell), 3 sisters (Mrs. John Eshelman and Mrs. Harry Miller, both of Hagerstown, Md.; and Mrs. Menno Lehman, Maugansville, Md.), 4 brothers (Leroy S. and Lewis S., Maugansville, Md.; Daniel S., Hagerstown, Md.; and Irvin S., Mt. Airy, Md.), and 2 grandchildren. He was a member of Reiff's Mennonite Church near Cearfoss, Md., a member of the Managing Committee of the Mennonite Old People's Home near Maugansville, and an active mission worker in the church at Pinesburg, Md. Funeral services were held at Reiff's meetinghouse, June 6, in charge of Moses K. Horst, Irvin S. Shank, and Oliver H. Martin.
Neuenschwander, Samuel, son of Abraham M. and Miriam (Moser) Neuenschwander, was born near Berne, Ind., April 9, 1889; died suddenly of a heart attack at his home near Dalton, Ohio, Jan. 5, 1961; aged 71 y. 8 m. 27 d. On Dec. 14, 1916, he was married to Lydia Zimmerly, who preceded him in death March 28, 1933. Surviving are 5 children (Esther and Albert, of the home; Orpha-Mrs. Samuel Steiner, Dalton, Ohio; Sylvia-Mrs. Melvin Steiner, Dalton; and Melvin, Leetonia, Ohio), 23 grandchildren, and 2 brothers (Jacob, Apple Creek, Ohio; and Amos, Berne, Ind.). His wife, one son, one daughter, his parents, 4 brothers, and 7 sisters preceded him in death. he was a member of the Bethel Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held Jan. 7, in charge of Lester D. Amstutz and David Weaver.
Nussbaum, Hulda, daughter of William H. and Mary Lehman, was born near Kidron, Ohio, Dec. 19, 1892; died at Wooster Community Hospital, after six days of serious illness, Feb. 14, 1961; aged 68 y. 1 m. 26 d. On Nov. 6, 1915, she was married to Eli Nussbaum, who survives. Also surviving are 4 sons and 4 daughters (Aldis, Marshallville; Willis E. and Clayton, Dalton; Glenford, Strongsville; Celesta-Mrs. Willis Steiner and Lorene-Mrs. Leo Nussbaum, Dalton; Orpha-Mrs. Tilman Neuenschwander, Kidron; and Esther-Mrs. Marcus Neuenschwander, Apple Creek, Ohio), 36 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, and 3 brothers (Silas and Willis, Apple Creek, Ohio; and Levi, Kidron). She was preceded in death by her parents, 4 brothers, 3 sisters, and one grandchild. She was a member of the Bethel Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held Feb. 17, in charge of Lester D. Amstutz and Earl J. Amstutz.
Schmucker, Charlie C., son of Joel and Lydia (Klopfenstein) Schmucker, was born near Tedrow, Ohio, April 23, 1887; died at University Hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich., June 1, 1961; aged 74 y. 1 m. 8 d. On Oct. 1, 1908, he was married to Mary Newhouser of Grabill, Ind., who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons (Sylvan, Hudson; and Harold, Waldron, Mich.), 2 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, and one sister (Amanda Nofziger, Archbold, Ohio). Preceding him in death were 2 brothers and a sister (Sam, Edward, and Emma Quillet). In 1958, Mr. and Mrs. Schmucker celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. He was a member of the Salem Church near Waldron, Mich., where funeral services were held June 4, in charge of Earl Stuckey and A. D. Wright; interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
Wogomon, Bessie, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Billman, was born near Wakarusa, Ind., Aug. 5, 1893; died of a heart attack at her home June 12, 1961; aged 67 y. 10 m. 7 d. On July 21, 1916, she was married to Benjamin Wogomon, who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons and 2 daughters (Walter, Kenneth, Clara-Mrs. Harry Weldy, and Mabel-Mrs. Harold Healey, all of Goshen, Ind.), 9 grandchildren, and one sister (Mary-Mrs. Warren Yoder, Elkhart, Ind.). She was a member of the Olive Church, where funeral services were held June 15, in charge of D. A. Yoder and C. A. Shank.
Zook, Leroy A., son of the late Uriel and Katherine (Durr) Zook, was born at Allensville, Pa., July 11, 1918; died at his home at Wooster, Ohio, after and extended illness, May 15, 1961; aged 42 y. 10 m. 4 d. On Nov. 28, 1938, he was married to Mary Yoder, who survives. Also surviving are 5 children (Fred, Brenda, Deborah, Donna, and Paul, all at home), 7 brothers (Ellrose, Scottdale, Pa.; Lester and Alphie, Belleville, Pa.; Melvin, Dalton, Ohio; David, Columbiana, Ohio; Floyd, Lanham, Md.; and Merle, Denver, Colo.), and one sister (Ethel-Mrs. Raymond Peachey, Allensville, Pa.). He was a former pastor of the Otelia Mennonite Church, Mount Union, Pa., for 14 years. He had resided at Wooster for the past two years. Funeral services were held at the Otelia Church, May 18, in charge of Joseph Esh and Paul Roth.
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Alderfer, Elizabeth, daughter of Mahlon and Barbara (Blackman) Detweiler, was born at Souderton, Pa., Feb. 21, 1908; died of a cerebral hemorrhage after attending the ordination of a bishop at the Franconia Church on June 13, 1961 (she was taken to Grandview Hospital, where she died the same day); aged 53 y. 3 m. 23 d. On Nov. 5, 1927, she was married to Isaac Alderfer, who survives. Also surviving are 5 children (Arlene and Harold, at home; Robert, Souderton; Stanley, Morwood; and Richard, Lancaster), 5 grandchildren, her foster parents (Mr. and Mrs. Levi Landis), and 4 brothers (Lester and Mahlon, Souderton; Titus, Harleysville; and Clayton, Dublin). Two children preceded her in death. She was a member of the Perkiomenville Church. Funeral services were held at the Salford Church, June 17, in charge of Abram Metz.
Andes, Michael A., son of John M. and Susan (Keller) Andes, was born in Lancaster Co., Pa., Feb. 5, 1890; died at the Wetzler Nursing Home, Blue Ball, Pa., June 15, 1961; aged 71 y. 4 m. 10 d. Surviving are 3 brothers (Elias E., Benjamin, and Charles A.). He was a member of the Vine Street Church. Funeral services were held at the Snyder Funeral Home, June 17, in charge of Frank M. Enck; interment in Byerland Cemetery.
Barb, Ida, daughter of Christian Barb, was born near Basye, Va., Oct. 1, 1877; died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Montrose Baker, Conicville, Va., May 29, 1961; aged 83 y. 7 m. 28 d. She was bedfast for four years and practically helpless for many years due to blindness. Her husband, Ammon Barb, died May 13, 1957. Surviving are 2 sons and 5 daughters (Perry and Walter, Basye; Mrs. Montrose Baker, Conicville; Mrs. Blanche Estep, Mt. Jackson; Mrs. Julia Hepner, McCanie; Mrs. Mattie Cline, Basye; and Mrs. Rose Rinker, Harrisonburg), 26 grandchildren, and 27 great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Woodland Mennonite Church. funeral services were conducted at Powder Springs, May 31, in charge of J. Ward shank and James E. Gross.
Brenneman, John D., son of Andrew and Elizabeth (Durr) Brenneman, was born in Allen Co., Ohio, Sept. 5 1901; died at the Mt. Carmel Hospital, Detroit, Mich., April 30, 1961; aged 59 y. 7 m. 25 d. On June 30, 1934, he was married to Alma Miller, who survives. Also surviving are one son (Lynwood, Detroit), his father of Elida, Ohio; 3 brothers (Paul, Lubbock, Texas; Timothy, Sarasota, Fla.; and Mose, Elida), and 2 sisters (Esther-Mrs. Durbin T. Yoder, Youngstown, Ohio; and Ruth, Albuquerque, N. Mex.). He was a member of the Strathmoor Methodist Church. Funeral services were conducted at the Central Mennonite Church, Elida, in charge of Ivan Weaver; interment in Salem Cemetery.
Brubaker, Ada M., daughter of Samuel O. and Magdalena (Musselman) Martin, was born at New Holland, Pa., Nov. 26, 1887; died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd H. Ranck, Paradise, Pa., June 28, 1961; aged 74 y. 6 m. 28 d. She was the widow of Menno Brubaker (minister), Richfield, Pa., where she served the church for fifty years. She was a member of the Crossroads Church. Surviving are 6 sons (Samuel M., McAlisterville; John S., Lititz; Aaron O., Lancaster; M. David, Mt. Joy; Jacob N., McAlisterville; and Luke A., Lancaster), 2 daughters (Ruth-Mrs. Lloyd H. Ranck, Paradise, with whom she lived the past two years; and Mary-Mrs. Alphie Zook, Belleville), 36 grandchildren, 3 sisters (Mrs. Anna Moyer, Lancaster; Mrs. Nora Graybill, Harrisonburg, Va.; and Mrs. Paul Graybill, Blue Ball, Pa.), and one brother (Paul Martin, Lititz).
Buschert, Mary, daughter of Elias and Mary (Shoemaker) Weber, was born near Breslau, Ont., Dec. 20, 1875; died at the Brooks (Alta.) Hospital, June 26, 1961; aged 85 y. 6 m. 6 d. She was married to Norman Buschert, who died in 1935. surviving are 4 sons and 2 daughters (Earl, Didsbury; Lorne, Calgary; Roy and Gordon, Carstairs; Mrs. Myrtle Bast, Duchess; and Mrs. Mabel Francis Cartairs), 24 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and one brother (Amos, Vancouver, B.C.). She enjoyed good health until just a few weeks before her death. She was a member of the West Zion Church, Carstairs, Alta., where funeral services were held June 29, in charge of C. J. Ramer and Linford D. Hackman.
Graybeal, Thomas Reuben, was born July 11, 1881; died at West Jefferson, N.C., June 5, 1961; aged 79 y. 10 m. 25 d. On April 25, 1903, he was married to Elizabeth Ham, who died Oct. 28, 1949. Surviving are one daughter and one son (Laura-Mrs. Dewey Eastridge, Grayson, N.C.; and Ben, Kinston, N.C.)., 2 sisters and 2 brothers (Mrs. Wiley Osborne, Melvina, Dave, and John). He was a member of Big Laurel Church, where funeral services were held June 8, in charge of Aquila Stoltzfus and Paul Mast.
Hooley, Enos Melvin, son of Menno and Fannie Hooley, was born at Eight Mile, Mo., Feb. 24, 1895; died of a heart attack at Portland, Oreg., June 23, 1961; aged 66 y. 3 m. 30 d. On Dec. 12, 1917, he was married to Mary Chambers, who survives. Also surviving are 4 daughters and one son (Mary Harris, George, Frances Bemmers, Grace Burke, and Sara Dodd), one brother (Alvin, Hubbard, Oreg.), and 3 sisters (Ada Miller, Scio, Oreg.; Lavina Mast, Atglen, Pal; and Iva Kauffman, Goshen, Ind.). Two children preceded him in death. He was a member of the Zion Church, where funeral services were held June 26, in charge of John Lederach and John Gingerich.
Kreider, Margaret W., daughter of Levi and Sarah Wenger, was born Aug. 13, 1883; died at her home, Kinzers, Pa., May, 3 1961; aged 77 y. 8 m. 20 d. In 1903 she was married to Willis G. Kreider, who died May 3, 1943, exactly 18 years earlier. Surviving are 4 sons and 4 daughters (Wilmer W., Manheim; J. Lloyd, Oxford; Leroy H. and Lester G., Kinzers; Margaret-Mrs. Earle Denlinger, Ronks; Kathryn M.,--Mrs. Frank L. Hershey, Lancaster; Mrs. Elizabeth Hart, Lebanon; and Arlene-Mrs. Chester E. Sensenig, Kinzers, with whom she resided), 31 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, one brother (Christian L., Salunga), and 2 sisters (Catherine-Mrs. Benjamin Kreider, Ronks; and Mary-Mrs. Irwin L. Groff, Gordonville). One daughter, 3 grandchildren, 2 brothers, and 2 sisters preceded her in death. She was a member of the Kinzer Church, where funeral services were conducted by Martin Hershey, Clair by, and Willis Kling; interment in Paradise Cemetery.
Lehman, Sadie B., daughter of George G. and Emma (Bechtel) Lehman, was born near Middletown, Pa., April 11, 1885; died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Samuel L. Longenecker, Middletown, Pa., May 22, 1961; aged 76 y. 1 m. 11 d. Surviving are her sister (Annie B.-Mrs. Samuel L. Longenecker), and several nieces and nephews. A brother preceded her in death. She was a member of the Stauffer Church, where funeral services were held May 25, in charge of Noah W. Risser and J. Harold Forwood.
Mast, Malinda, daughter of Daniel and Sarah (Hershberger) Hostetler, was born at Trail, Ohio, Feb. 3, 1872; died at the home of her daughter, Shanesville, Ohio, June 24, 1961; aged 89 y. 4 m. 21 d. On Feb. 28, 1892, she was married to Noah A. Mast, who died May 21, 1922. Surviving are one son (Ray, Berlin, Ohio), 3 daughters (Mrs. Caroline Lower, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Clark Sprankle, Shanesville; and Mrs. Grace Blacka, Sugarcreek, Ohio), 11 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren. Two daughters preceded her in death. She was a member of the Walnut Creek Church, where funeral services were held June 27, in charge of Eldon King and Paul R. Miller.
Miller, Clara, daughter of John and Rebecca (Lauer) Zaugg, was born at Trail, Ohio, May 10, 1873; died at Millersburg, Ohio, June 21, 1961; aged 88 y. 1 m. 11 d. On Dec. 26, 1905, she was married to John C. Miller, who died Jan. 30, 1949. Surviving are 2 sons and one daughter (Paul H., Millersburg; Thomas F., Sugarcreek; and Arlene, at home), 5 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, 2 brothers (Ira, Portland, Oreg.; and Amos, East Rochester, Ohio), and 2 sisters (Mrs. Madilla Brand, Trail; and Ida Zaugg. Millersburg). She was a member of the Walnut Creek Church, where funeral services were held June 23, in charge of Venus Hershberger and Paul R. Miller.
Nafziger, Eddie S. son of Simon and Katie (Short) Nafziger, was born near Stryker, Ohio, June 18, 1895; lived on the same farm all his life, and died at his home, following a five-year illness, June 19, 1961; aged 66 y. 1 d. Surviving are one sister (Emma, who shared the farm home with him) and 2 brothers (Clarence, Archbold; and Lyle, Stryker). Two brothers and 4 sisters preceded him in death. Eddie and his sister assumed the responsibility of caring for 4 nieces and nephews after the death of their father and during the long illness and after the death of their mother. He was a member of the Lockport Church, where funeral services were held June 22, in charge of Walter Stuckey, P. L. Frey, and F. F. DeGroff.
Ober, Minnie, daughter of Moris and Maria (Lauver) Johnson, was born at Schoeneck, Pa., Feb. 15, 1892; died at her home. Manheim. Pa., April 23, 1961; aged 69 y. 2 m. 8 d. Her husband, Elmer M. Ober, preceded her in death. Surviving are 4 daughters and 2 sons (Cora-Mrs. Sanford Hess, Bernville; Ruth-Mrs. Aaron Ebersole, Myerstown; Luke, Duarte, Calif.; Edna-Mrs. Christian High, at home; Jean-Mrs. Richard McMullen, Elizabethtown; and Paul, Manheim), 14 grandchildren, and one brother (Aaron, Willow Street). She was a member of the Gantz Church.
Schrock, Emery E., son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Eigsti) Schrock, was born at Flanagan, Ill., Dec. 30, 1902; died of a heart ailment at the Methodist Hospital, Peoria, Ill., June 14, 1961; aged 58 y. 5 m. 15 d. On Dec. 16, 1924, he was married to Freda Schlabach, who survives. Also surviving are one daughter (Velma-Mrs. Wayne Ingold, Morton), his mother of Gridley, Ill.; one granddaughter, one sister (Mrs. Mollie Albrecht, Flanagan, Ill.), and 2 brothers (Elmer, Gridley; and Vernon, Reddick, Ill.). He was a member of the First Mennonite Church at Morton, where funeral services were held June 16, in charge of his former pastor, Kenneth G. Good; interment in Harmony Cemetery.
Schrock, Lydia, daughter of Jacob and Catherine (Shertz) Rediger, was born at Milford, Nebr., July 6, 1886; died at her home Ontario, Calif., June 16, 1961; aged 74 y. 11 m. 10 d. On Dec. 27, 1908, she was married to Joseph C. Schrock, who survives. Also surviving are 4 sons (Lee and Harry, Ontario, Calif.; Joseph C., Jr., Montclair; and Robert, Los Angeles), 2 daughters (Mrs. Floyd Hauder, Ontario, Calif.; and Wilma, Montclair), 10 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. She was a member of the Seventh Street Church, Upland, Calif., where funeral services were held June 20, in charge of W. S. Guengerich and George H. Beare; interment in Bellevue Mausoleum, Ontario.
Suders, Frances M., daughter of Leonard and Blanche (McLucas) Hornbaker, was born at Duffieth, Pa., Nov. 20, 1922; died of cancer at the Chambersburg (Pa.) Hospital, May 30, 1961; aged 38 y. 6 m. 11 d. Surviving are her husband (Franklin L. Suders), 4 children (Judith Ann, Franklin L., Jr., Donald Lee, and Jeffrey Lynn), her parents, 4 brothers, and 4 sisters, all of Chambersburg. Funeral services were held at the Marion Mennonite Church, June 3, in charge of Norman H. Martin and Harvey E. shank.
Yoder, Floyd, son of Leo and Fanny (Hershberger) Yoder, was born at Kokomo, Ind.,, Aug. 28, 1946; died of a heart ailment, which he suffered since birth, at the University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, June 16, 1961; aged 14 y. 9 m. 19 d. Surviving, besides his parents, are two brothers (Elmer and Fred), 3 sisters Miriam, Lovina, and Laura Mae), and his grandparents (Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hershberger). He was under instruction for baptism at the time of his death. Funeral services were held at the Sunnyside Church, Kalona, Iowa, June 18, in charge of David L. Yoder and Morris Swartzendruber.
Yoder, Ralph C., son of Samuel K. and Emma (Kaufman)
Yoder, was born in Somerset Co., Pa., Aug. 26, 1904; died at the
Somerset Community Hospital, June 9, 1961, aged 56 y. 9 m. 14
d. Surviving are 2 brothers and one sister (Earl, Hollsopple;
Elvin, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Carrie Yoder, Thompsontown,
Pa.). He was a member of the Stahl Church, where funeral services
were conducted June 11, by Sanford Shetler and Melvin Nussbaum.
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Baecher, Jacob, son of Christian and Fannie (Stalter) Baecher, was born at Streator, Ill., Oct. 3, 1897; died of a heart attack at Elliott, Ill., July 6, 1961; aged 63 y. 8 m. 3 d. Surviving are one sister and 2 brothers (Emma-Mrs. John Zimmerman and Edwin, Morton, Ill.; and Joseph, St. Petersburg, Fla.). He was a member of the East Bend Church, where funeral services were held July 8, with J. Alton Horst officiating.
Freed, William F., was born April 11, 1892; died of a heart attack near Harleysville, Pa., June 10, 1961; aged 69 y. 1 m. 30 d. His wife survives. Also surviving are 3 daughters and 6 sons (Naomi-Mrs. Ephraim Markley, Wylersport; Jacob, Doylestown; Norman, Telford; Harold, at home; William, Souderton; Curtis, Orange, N.J.; Arlene, Portland, Oreg.; Ralph, Sellersville; and Lorene, at home), and 4 sisters and 2 brothers (Mrs. Flora Landes, Franconia; Mrs. Katie Detweiler, Souderton; Mrs. Sallie Allebach, Harleysville; Mrs. Emma Kolb, Earlington; Jonas Elroy; and Raymond, Harleysville). He was a member of the Towamencin Church, where funeral services were held June 15, in charge of Ellis L. Mack and Marvin Anders.
Gahman, Samuel G., son of Samuel and Mary (Gross) Gahman, was born Aug. 10, 1876; died at Dublin, Pa., April 20, 1961; aged 84 y. 8 m. 10 d. On Oct. 6, 1900, he was married to Maggie Tyson, who died Aug. 14, 1947. Surviving are one brother (John, Souderton), 5 sons and one daughter (S. Elmer and Joseph, Dublin; Alice-Mrs. Harold Yoder, Blooming Glen, Pa.; Willis, Dublin; Melvin and Chester, Souderton), 21 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren. three daughters and 2 sons preceded him in death. He was a member of the Deep Run Church, where funeral services were held April 25, in charge of Abram Yothers and Erwin Nace.
Hertzler, Joseph M. (changed spelling of his name), son of Jonathan W. and Emma Hooley, Hartzler, was born at Allensville, Pa. Nov. 8, 1906; died of cancer at Lewistown, Pa., June 30, 1961; aged 54 y. 7 m. 22 d. Surviving are 2 sisters (Minnie-Mrs. H. Clay Miller, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and Edna-Mrs. William Schildt, Yeagertown, Pa.) and one brother (Francis, whereabouts unknown). He was formerly a member of the Maple Grove Church. Three weeks prior to his death, he confessed Christ, but, because of illness, was never received back into the church. Funeral services were held from the funeral home at Belleville, July 3, with Waldo E. Miller officiating.
Hunsberger, Anna M., daughter of Joseph and Anna Meyers, was born Sept. 22, 1869; died at Hatfield, Pa., Jan. 15, 1961; aged 91 y. 3 m. 24 d. On Oct. 10, 1891, she was married to Tobias Hunsberger, who died March 16, 1957. Surviving are one son and 3 daughters (Harry, Annie, Lizzie, and Margaret), 14 grandchildren, and one brother (William). She was a member of the Deep Run Church, where funeral services were held Jan. 19, in charge of Wilson Overholt, Abram Yothers, and Erwin Nace.
Meyers, Barbara, daughter of Christian and Anna (Moyer)
Meyers was born Nov. 28, 1878; died in Plumstead Twp., Pa., May
25, 1961; aged 82 y. 5 m. 27 d. On Nov. 11, 1899, she was married
to Eli W. Meyers, who survives. Also surviving are 3 sons and
5 daughters (Mrs. Ella Mae Strouse, Hagersville, Pa.; Cornelius,
Dublin; Ida-Mrs. Walter Landis, Pipersville; Clara, Margaret-Mrs.
Henry Borneman, and Eli, Doylestown; Sarah-Mrs. Norman Meyers,
Pipersville; and Elmer), 7 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren.
One daughter preceded her in death. She was a member of the Deep
Run Church, where funeral services were held May 30, in charge
of Wilson Overholt, Abram Yothers, and Erwin Nace.
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