LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF COUNTY IS DEAD John 1C. Eiuining Die* Sunday at Age of Eifjhty-Kour Years — Funeral Funeral Service This Morning. The death of John B. Fanning, long time citizen of Morgan county, county, took place at <»:30 o’clock Sunday morning at the home of his grandson. Ralph Carter, 514 Duncan street. Mr. Fanning’s death was due \o pneumonia. He was born Oct. 5, 1837, in the Youngblood Prairie neighborhood, neighborhood, and so was past 84 years of age. Mr. Fanning's parents were Mr. and Mrs. llobert Fanning and they came here in the early days from Tennessee. The deceased was married in 1855 to Mrs. Amelia Tribble and fourteen children were born to them, nine of whom survive. Fanning died six years ago. In addition to the nine children there survive 62 grandchildren and 37 great grandchildren. Mr. Fanning leaves also two brothers, brothers, William of Jacksonville and Robert, of Arenzville. The sous and daughters are as follows: Mrs. James Cooper, Woodson; Mrs. John Combes, Murrayvllle; Mrs.Monroe Andrews. Winchester;; Winchester;; Mrs. Carl D. Meade. Jack Fanning, Shermau Fanning. Dick Fanning. Hervey Fanning and Thomas Fanning, all of Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Fanning was a member of th< Zion Methodist church and was a man who had the good will and esteem of those who knew him best. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 o'clock this morning from the residence. 514 Duncan street.