Clipped From The Fort Wayne Sentinel
Mi MR DIEIipDENLY WM Starty - To Years Old! and Had Lived Here All Hia Life. WAS A MILL SAWYER Louis G. Meyer, aged sixty - two years, eleven months and twenty - two days, a life - long resident of Allen county, died, suddenly at lit 10 o'clock this morning at his home on Center avenue. Mr Meyer Meyer was apparently in his usual health Tuesday, but became 111 late Tuesday evening. Doctor Edward IL Kruse pronounced pronounced death due to heart disease. Mr. Meyer was born in Adams township, township, August 2, 1840. For more than twenty - five years he had been employ ed aa bead sawyer at the legtmeyer mills, on superior street, ana was well known throughout the entire county, lie had long been a member of the congregation congregation of St. John's Reformed church. Surviving besides the wife are four children Charles and A. H, Meyer, of this city, and Mrs. James Olive and Mrs. Ralph Kiplinger - of Cleveland, Ohio. There are also four grandchildren. One brother and three, sisters also survive. They aret Mrs. August Zollinger and Mrs. Msry Kaiser, of this city, Mrs. Bcarrnan and Fred Meyer, of Adama township. Funeral services Saturday afternoon.