Obituary of Mrs. Samuel Kingen
Death of Mrs. Kingen Fortville Tribune. i Mary E. Kingen, age ; sev-S0, widow of i Samuel Kingen, died Wednesday eve-: eve-: eve-: ning at the home of her daughter, i Mrs. Charles Hunt, southeast of town, j Aug-after an illness extending over a per- per- i accom-iod of about three years. She was the pioneer of the com- com- j I munity in which she died and she i and her husband were known far and I wide through their hospitality. No orie eVcr stopped witn tiiem near meai 1 1 ime without nartakine with them. Tliov fntfrtninffl a frrpat mrmv npnnlp each year. She was among the best people who lved for their neighbors as well as- as- her self. With the passing of these people neighboring ceases to a large extent. She is survived by four sons John R., James, Edward and Charles, and one daughter, Mrs. Nancy Hunt. Funeral services were conducted Sunday after which burial took place at the Reeves cemetery.