Charlotte Hartman- Obit
DEATH OF OLD SETTLER. Mrs. Charlotte Haplmon a resident of South Scranton, passed away last evening after a long illness. The deceased was a native of Germany, Germany, 81 years of age, and came to this counti1 over forty years ago. When this citv w in its i was matured and aided by the advent Of neOnlA f rnm tha nM TITnl . u r a - - - - vj i - liuuu DUV.11 as the Hartmans comprised. Sturdy, independent, sen - reliant, and thoroughly thoroughly honest, they grew ip with the fit V. a.nrl rpr.H a familv whlnt, V, - In turn become prominent and re - Bpeciea in tne community. The deceased had been In falling falling health for some time, but she kept in constant touch with everv rinv af fairs, and so long as she was able to mane me journey was an active member member of the Hickory Street German Preahvterlan rhnrfl - i Sho waa a Aa - vout, sincere christian, and when aeatn caned he was met with a smile. The following sons and daughters survive: survive: Jacob Hartman. Mrs fVirtaHnn Fickus, Mrs. Charles Lengler, and Mrs. jonn iskus, an or this city. The funeral arraneements aro not finally completed.