Obit HARDMAN, David Elzworth part 1, 23 Aug 1934

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Obit HARDMAN, David Elzworth part 1, 23 Aug 1934 - DAVID ELZWORTH HARDMAN CavJd Elzwonth Hardman,...
DAVID ELZWORTH HARDMAN CavJd Elzwonth Hardman, youngest child of J)»vi(i Scott and Mary Anne Harriman, was born in county, Ohio March 30, (passed CMrmont 1865, and at his home in De» iMbines, Iowa August 19, 1934 at the'! age.of 69 years 4 months ankf 14 days. (At the age of one year Mr. Hard- anan's parents moved to Iowa, tocait- ang at Knoxville, iMarion county. There iwitih his brothers and sisters *e grew ito manhood, 'bedng nttrsery- onan, .t&abentnan and coal miner. On (May 31, 1886 at the age of 21 ye.ars, iMr. Hardman was married to Mary Jane MyeiBi also of RnoxvilJe, To this union five children were born, three sons and flco daughters namely; Om W. of Nonthiwood, Iowa, Myrtle , Boons&ra of Sioux City, Iowa, Ver- ' ma M. Brewer of near Rising Sun, On ' was ^gjain married to Mra. Alice Quetsohenbach, who -with his three step cfcildiren, Frank, Joseph and Musi. (Elizabeth Lingenifelten, his own five ohildrea three grand children six step grrand children, a sister Mm. Eliza- oeth Frost of Mekher, Iowa, a brother brother George of Knoxvfll^Iowa, has step jraother Bosela Hamdman-, a haMbro- .__^, , 10, 1908 Mr| Hardman moved 4ua faimity .to Des Moines and since- i has nvade his home there ih November 18, 1915 (Mr. Hard- • , &e* &e* Urban, a half sister Mrs. Aita dUnnam all of Des Moines; anany neioea nephews and friends. !Por eleven years flto. Hardman has »een -in failing health being a suffer- fer of asi'ahma but ihas bravely bora bis suffering fund bad seemed in the >ast week to feed much better and all »ad tihougfet perhaps he was .going to » a strong man again. But when as wife, wlio Jhas (been so devoted to iim dmring these trying years and fcad so faithfully cared for him went o his bed on Tuesday morning to *waken Mm fowl he had 1 quietly passed passed «uw«.y iato the cold 1 embraces of .w*b. He urill be sadly massed! in us little tome where these two have shared Joy and sorrow the past years wedded life and also will he be missed by bis djildrea who were - mya droping in to ciaat wjsh- tenand toad «, whepe needed a& tihe step cMldiren 4o wtoom he sas awn. "Nor am wast %jnd3y neir ssrvfcea thasQugh sdekntss given it is separately and yoo ai. &». *» mesas of

Clipped from The Altoona Herald23 Aug 1934, ThuPage 2

The Altoona Herald (Altoona, Iowa)23 Aug 1934, ThuPage 2
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