Hiram Olthoff obit
OBITUARY Hiram 0. Ditto* Hiram 0. Olthfttl Wail bofft Aug it, 1849 In Moltlftfld, German?? As young man h» came to America locating drat nt« ilidott, 111. Later h« came to Pearl City, In ISta ,he WB» united in marriage to Louise Brinktneler. To thli union il children wer* bbrh of which all are living. Their name* are a» follows: Mr*. Anna Blehl of Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Elizabeth Sprague, Warren .111.; Mrs, Blma B&ardsley, Albert Olthoff, Grant OHhofl, all of Freeport, Mra. Llnnlt Vcager and James Olthoff of Stockton; George Olthoff. Irvln Olthoff. Mrs. Mabel Yea ger, Alia Olthoff all of Pearl City. Sine* 1918 ha has lived in Pearl City. Her« to spend the remainder of his retired life. He had only lived her* twc years, however, when ht waa attacked with a paralytic stroke leaving him an invalid. In this condition he remained until about a month before his death, When his condition became very serious. During this time ho endured great sut ferlng, but was submissive to his master's desire tj depart arid to be with Jesus. ' Thia wish' was finally ftillfilled when the'Lord called him on June 17, 1021. Soon after he came to America he unlteu with the German Methodist Episcopal church, of which he remained a faithful member unto his end. One brother preceded him In death about 14 years ago also one Sister, Mrs. G. Miller, diet! several years ago. Beside his grief-stricken wlfo and eleven children and twelvt grand-children he "leaves to mourn his death, one brother William, ot Pearl City, and one sister, Airs. Wai ter Johnson also of Pearl City, be- sidos many relatives and friends. May tho Lord comfort the breav- ed ones.