Mary Lee Goshorn obit

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Mary Lee Goshorn obit - con-tion." afternoon- EIVED HERE YEARS Mrs....
con-tion." afternoon- EIVED HERE YEARS Mrs. Mary Goshorn Died Last Evening After Long, Useful Life. THE FAMILY IS ILL KNOWN in the ! the Suffering ifrom a complication of diseases owing to her advanced age, Mrs. Mary A. Goshorn, 69, and wife of George Goshorn, one of the old residents of the city, died at her home, 2022 South A street last evening. evening. The funeral will be held at the home Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock, the Rev. O. J. Hutchison in charge, and interment will follow in the city cemetery. Lived Here Many Years. The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee, and was born near Mlxervllle, Ind., . February 14, 1842. In 1863 she was married to John Goshorn, and 47 years ago they moved to Elwood where they liv ed until the present time. To the union was born the following chll dren: Mrs. Emma Foland, of Ander son, Mrs. Clint Nearon, Cincinnati, Mrs. Henry Wents, Fostoria, O., and Carrie, Josephine and Glenn Goshorn, all of this city. Mr. Goshorn who is a Civil War veteran, was for a number of years merchant policeman in this city and is one of the best known residents of Elwood. He survives his wife hut the blow of her loss Is a heavy one and one from which he will never re cover. Although born and reared a Bap tist, the deceased did .not affiliate herself with that church for reasons best known to herself, and when she realized that death was nea.iV flhe asked that the Rev. Mr. Hutchison be called to her bedelde, and she met death bravely and with a happy smile. The deceased was splendid wom an, greatly beloved by bar l&mdiy and all who knew her. She was al ways ready to help those who were In need and in her death many per spns will loose a staunch friend to whom appeals for help or sympathy were never made in vain. Following the funeral, interment will follow in the city cemetry. r

Clipped from The Call-Leader29 Mar 1912, FriPage 1

The Call-Leader (Elwood, Indiana)29 Mar 1912, FriPage 1
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