Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
OBITUPAKY. Death of Mrs. William Runkle Formerly of Dauphin County, in Lisbon, Iowa Lisbon. Iowa. Oct. 28 Mr, Editob Tkiegiiafh : Mrs. William Runkle died October 25th at 12:80 A. si., after six weeks sickness. Deceased was born in Lebanon connty, Pa. , April 5th, 1813, In 18SK was married to William Rnnkel, and lived in Dauphin county one fotrrth of a mile south of Grantville until the year 1873, when she and her family moved to Lisbon, where she lived the re msinder of her life, her husband having nrereded her to the realm beyond by five vears. Mrs. Runkle was the mother of fourteen children, three of whom are dead and eleven survive her. She died in peace and in the triumph of a Chris tian's faith. Sue leaves a host of grand children, friends and relatives, both in Pennsvlvania and Iowa, to mourn her loss. She became a member of the U. B. church about forty - one years ago. Funeral services were held in the U. B. church at Lisbon, Iowa, on October 27, 1884, and she was buried in the Lisbon cemetery. Peace to her ashes. W. H. R.