elzever wright

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a eat of I my use Dr. can well test Incomes doctors I.Mscov-erv of follows ), and I a pour Another Pioneer (ione. Eiziver Newton Wright died at hi home on Lincoln street, this city. Fri day morning at 12:30 o'clock, after a lingering illness of about three-months, aged S2 years. 5 months and '-'. days. I'neie Newton, as he was iamiiiarly called, fell and fractured a bon- in his left hip about the first of De mbrr, from the effects of which lie never recovered and gradually L'i-e worse until the Blessed Master a'.b-d him to a better land. He was t man, of much endurance anl bore his pain and suffering with much fortitude, never complaining the least, rind seemingly Vicing ready and desiring to go to meet his Heavenly Father, atid many other dear relatives ho have gone on before. I'ncle New-on Wright was born in Green county, Pennsylvania, in Isi'iV He came to Rnh county. Indiana, in 1M7. and .ived there a short time, when h came to Hancock county and settled near Cedar ('.rove. Center township. He reside. here a short time when he married Miss Ann Willett. daughter of Isaac Wilhtt, who died in September, lsi;:;. Five children four sons and one daughter, being born to this union; three of whom survive, Oh ; Wright and M. S. Wright, of this city, and Mrs. Marv Weaver, of Howard county. His first wife having preced-, ed him early in the 'sixties to t hat home not made with hands, he was again married in 1 s ; 3 to "Mary F. ! Hamilton, of this township, of which tour children one son and three daughters blessed, this union. three of j who still survive dames C. Wright ! and Mrs. F.lmira A. Keely. of Mohawk. ; ami Mrs. Hattie S. Willett, of Indian- Mlk her my not doctor that well. the My sister, that will Pel ii one lias well, long Ftule Newton Wright was a kind and affectionate husband and father. land everybody s menu. All wlio knew him learned to love him. and he will be sadly missed around the hearthstone of his home. He also leaves three sisters: Mrs. Elmira Han nah. Mrs. Melissa South and Mrs. Elizabeth Rich, of Green county, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Hannah being the only one able to attend the funeral, and a host of other friends and relatives to mourn his death. The funeral services were held at the residence on Lincoln street, Sunday morning at lo o'clock, conducted by Rev. P. E. Powell, pastor of the Bradley M. E. church, after which the ('mains were taken to the Willett emetery. near Cedar Grove, for inter- netit. under the auspices ot the Ma- onic lodge of this city, of which Mr. Wright was an honorary member. eaee to his ashes. break-"ast, rVhen md j sen vant ht. want or

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  1. The Hancock Democrat,
  2. 19 Feb 1903, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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