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his j a William H. Rockwood . William H. Rockwood of 611' a cu«« ; East Maumee Street died at his home Thursday at 5 p.m. He i t.o !had been in failing liealth the:., , , . , T - ., Jasi sjx inonLns. unin in 1949. Mr. j wood had been employed as j feather finisher at the Sunlor- of j bach Co. for 36 years. M ,,. Rockwood - was 'born July y. toi ollv , e M -. ™od assisted of °P?« '°" l. be ' ,, „ v v^e" in tt< wife in tne T «™ •>, T, i j • • j ' In 1898 Mr. Rockwood joined the Blissfield Dmted Brethren : • De- church. Later Mr. and Mrs. Rock- moved to .Adrian where,'f j they joined the U.B. church ini 1911 when the Rev. H. C. Mason the pastor. Mr. was artivp in rh,,rr.h «mrt active in church work, ill i r"i serving as class leader and M- ing offices on the ad mi mstra live board for more than 25! vea rs. He aiso taught the men's; did|K bIe class . Mr . Rockwood al .I I ways was interested and active in civic affairs. In addition to his wife, Olive, : he is survived by two sisters. Adri-|Mrs. Hattie Weiderhoft of Ypsi-jof land and Mrs. Nellie Curry ofi Flint: four grandchildren. Wil-j tojliam C. Rockwood of Adrian, i Robert E. Rockwood of Ida, jCarl Rockwood of Montpelier i land Mrs. Wanda Weaver Rapid oh) and great grandchildren. He was pre- j ceded in death by one son, Clyde, Mh , R iq .. March 26 1943. Funeral services will be Mon- da y at 1:3 ° p - m - at ^ United Brethren church with the Rev. H. B. Peter officiating, assisted, by the Rev. -Willis Lechliedner. j Burial will be in Oakwood ceme- j tery. Friends may call at the i Braun Funeral Home until noon I Monday.