Krise, Mary Elizabeth mar to Wolfkill Don't know how or if related
- Mrs. Mary' Elizabeth Wolfkilt, i wjfe of John E. Wolf kill, at net home, 1213 Thirteenth avenue, yes terday morning at 3.15 o'clock, after a lingering illness from paralysis and a complication of diseases. The deceased had been an invalid for the past eight years and for the past seven yes she has been unable to walk, being conveyed about the house in a wheel chair. She was born in Selinsgrove, 'Feb. 14, 1S47, and was a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Kxise, both deceased. In October, 1868, she was married in Lewistown to John E. Wolfkill, and after residing in that place for a number of years she with her family family moved to this city twelve years ago. She was a member of .the First Methodist church and since childhood had been . associated with t'Be. Methodist church. Until diet illness she took active part in the church work and her kindly disposition disposition drew to her all those with whom she came in contact. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following following children: .Mrs. Zada -Oar-baugh, -Oar-baugh, -Oar-baugh, -Oar-baugh, Mrs. Verda Miller and Mrs. Bessie Hart, all of this city. Two brothers, John W. Krise, of Livingston, Livingston, .Mont., and Zebulan P. Krise, of Pittston, also survive. The deceased deceased was a descendant of the Swartzeli family, one of the oldest and best known families of iMiiilin county. iFune.na.i Services will' be held at her late home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and will be conducted by the Rev, Horace Lincoln Lincoln Jacobs, pastor of the First Methodist church. Interment will be made in Rose Hill cemetery.; The services will be public, but the interment interment will be strictly private. Friends may view the remains tomorrow tomorrow evening from 7 to 10 o'clock and on Wednesday until the time of the funeral. (Lewistown papers, please copy).