adam funderburg obit
i HAD THE GOOD BOOK Was Read in a It When the r; Death Messenger Called. Adam Funderburg Another Victim Heart Disease Dies In His - of Chair Funeral, Eto. Adam Funderburg, a prosperous farmer who lived southeast of the citya - few - milesr is - nown umbered among the dead. He died very sud denly Tuesday night, at 10 o'clock, of heart disease. - During part of the day he had been in the field assistic a in the planting of corn. Inlthe afternoon, however, - he complained of feeling badly and showed no improvement when he retired for the night, hop inar to be better in the morniBg; - It seems 'he was unable to rest and finallyarosewentto. thesitting room, .secured tne tsioie ana sat down to read its sacred pages While thus engaged his spirit re turned to its Maker. Mr. Funderburg was acred thirty' eight years,, and leaves a wife, three sons .and - xune. dauarhterErotherji lire David, Jacob and Peter Funder burg - and sisters are - M F8 - Sarah Brumbaugh and Mrs. Eva Gusman The deceased was - a - frequent visitor in the eity, either to sell or purchase articles, and only a few days ago be conversed with a representative of the Hxbald at the store of Whitelock' & Son. He was as ambitious as ever, spoke about having corn planted and would plant more the following week - Dur ing the conversation he spoke about suffering from ill health and said he &d - 490!erMul4M himself on account of his heart. He evidently knew his ailments and was prepared for the change that came so suddenly. He was highly esteemed and will be greatly missed missed in, the community. - : The funeral was held Thurs day afternoon at 1 o'clock, at the loon (JreeK cnurcn. interment was in the cemetery near by.