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a t with a died i a m She acid in her Gabbard die ill MRS. MARY H AMMAN DIES OF PNEUMONIA Had Been III Two WeelM -- Mather Ten Children. Mrs. Mary Houser Hamman died at 4:30 Thursday afternoon at her home. SIM East Prairie avenue. Her death was caused by pneumonia, with which she had been bedfast tor about two weeks. She was born in Waverly, Plka county, Ohio, Jan. 8, 1841. She was married to J. W. Hamman at Waverly Mureli I860. They came to Macon county Dec. IS. 1875, and located on a farm near Warrensburg. They afterward moved to Piatt county, but returned to county fifteen years ago. After the death of her husband she moved to Decatur, and this has since been her She was a member of the United Brethren church in Ohio, but never had membership transferred. NINE CHILDREN LIVING. Mrs. Hamman was the mother of children, one of whom, Edward Ham 1 man. died at the age ot twenty- The following children survive-: Mrs. George Theobald and Mrs. J. II. Drablicti ol Decatur, Mrs. Otto Heiner of EtiVmond, Okla.. Mrs. Guy Park of Argenta, J. ilatnmdn of Oklahoma City, John W, Hamman and Philip D. Hamman of Decatur, Daniel B. Hamman of Peoria, L,. It. Hamman. who has made his with bis mother since she came to Decatur. She also has one brother in Dodge City, Kan. Arrangements for the funeral have not been completed. The interment will be in North Pork cemetery. WILL PLACE LIGHTS

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  1. The Daily Review,
  2. 08 Mar 1912, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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