Clipped From The Huntington Herald
- 1 hdmoi Mrs. Leyman, Who Died Friday Night. " HER BURIAL AT ML HOPE Services at First Presbyterian Church Was Many Times Hestess to Noted Men. Mrs. Amanda Leyman, widow of the late Dr. Leyman of this city, died at her home on North Lafontaine street Friday evening after a lone illness with general infirmities. Mrs. Leyman. was for years prominently associated with the social life of Huntington and the old homestead on North Jefferson street, now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fel - ter, was the scene of numerous gatherings of prominent people. India na's war governor, Levi P. Morton, was entertained there and state and national figures were often iruEsts of Dr. and Mrs. Leyman. She was a descendant of General Dousey, who served in the revolution, and was active In all patrotlc affairs, numer ous illustrious men in the early days of the state visiting at the Leyman home. Born in Richland county. Ohio. Au gust 17, 1841, she came to Warren with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mitten, in 1854. Later she moved to Huntington and married Dr. D. S. Leyman at the close of the Civil war. His death occurred in 1900. Lawrence Leyman of this city is a - son and Dr. Edward Leyman of Seattle is a stepson. Brothers and sisters are L. C. Mitten, Miss Ladocla Mitten, John Mitten and Mrs. Lona Bailey of this city and James Mitten of Kansas City. . The funeral of Mrs. Leyman will be held Monday morning at 10:30 at the First Presbyterian church. Rev. T. B. Terhune will officiate, being assisted by Rev. E. W. Cole. Interment will be at Mt Hope cemetery. I.