James Tonkin, 78, of 729 East 'abst street, died Thursday of a troke at the home of his daughter, rtrs. William Inch, 727 East Pabst treet. He was born in Breage, Corn- vail, England, December 13, 1860 nd had > lived here 50 years. Sur- iving are four children, Mrs. Wiliam Inch, Mrs. Sidney Barrett, Wiliam H. Tonkin and Clarence C. 'onkin, all of Ironwood; eight grand- hildren; and two sisters in England. ?he funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home and at 2:30 at the First Methodist .hurch, the Rev. E. B. Pearce ofCic- ating.