! Amos Pliimmer Amos Plummer was born in Put-man Put-man Put-man Co., led.. October 25, 1830. died at Onaga, Kansas, June 17, 1014. Me was married to Rachel G. Siddens near GreencHstl, Ind., on the 13th dav of February 1802. By this union there were eight children born, two having died in infancy. Those surving are Isasc B., WilMam W Llbabeth A. and JcSeph II. His wife, Rachel G., died June 16, 1867, in her 45th year. Annie R. Roc'gers died September 24. 1905. Dora F. Walden died June 29. 1911. On June 30, 1890 he married Mrs. Louisa Wilson of Soldier, Kansas. He came to Kansas in the fall of 1860 and settled on a farm near Moodyville, his old home, afterward afterward moving to Onaga. Later on in life he was united with the Christian church. He leaves to mourn his death, a wife, three sons, baac B., William W., Joseph II., and one daughter, Mrs Lizzie A'jbott, two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Anderson and Mrs Llizsbeth Stone, 15 grand children and 4 great grand-children, grand-children, grand-children, Short services were held at the home in Onaga, Fridav morning at 10 o'clock conducted by the M. E. pastor of that city. Tne remains remains were then brought to the Abbott home near Moodyville and services were held at 2 o'clock conducted conducted by Rev. II. S. Bower of Westmoreland. Interment was at Moodyville. the Odd Fellows and members of the I.O.O.F. No, 252 nf Westmoreland having charge of services at the cemetery. Many from out of town, Wame-go, Wame-go, Wame-go, Louisville. Onaga, Manhattan were there to pav their last respects. respects. Odd Fellows acted as pall bearers'.