Mary Fry Obit
a is MRS. MAllT FRY. Yesterday afternoon at two o'clock Mrs. Mary Fry died of old age at her ionic near Tipton. Mrs. Fry was born in Germany on the 10th day of January, 1814, and was consequently ut the time of her death seventy-five years, one month and hirteen days of, ago She came to this louutry about forty-eight years ago and shortly afterward was united, in mar- riasre to John Fry, who at that time resided at Spruce Creek and wasemployed for many yearsatfHuntingdon Furnace. She was the mother of eightchildren, hree of whom are dead and flye are living. Those who preceded her to the other side were Michael, Hannah and Maria and the surviving children are Mrs. Susan Ayres, residing at Greenwood Furnace; Mfs. Mary Albright, wife of our townsman, Christian Al- jright; John Fry, of Norfolk, Nebraska; George Fry, of Tipton, and Henry Fry of Grazierville, why is in Tyrone every day, being employed at Bald Eagle tannery. Mrs, Fry was a woman with many amiable traits of character, and her ong life was one of great usefulness. In early life she became a member of the Lutheran church and during all the years which followed she was a consistent and earnest follower of the Master. As i» wife, mother and friend she was devoted, kind and affectionate, and her removal from this sphere of existence will be keenly felt by a wide circle of 'riends. The funeral cortege will leave the ate residence to-morrow morning at ;en o'clock to come to Tyrone where services will be conducted in the Engish Lutheran church by Rev. H. M. Oberholtzer, after which the remains will be lai<J to rest in Tyrone cemetery.