Bullermann. Mrs. Marin Bullermann. mother of Justice of the Peace Henry lluller - niann. died Thursday morning st nine o'clock at the family home lu Bt Joe lovlishlp, four pilleis northeast of this rlljr. at the ripe old ago of seventy - alx yoat'S. She hod been 111 for soma time, and It expected that the end was near on Tuesday when the Juitlco was called to her bedside. Mrs. Bullermann was born April t, 1825, at tho small town of Mlsselrin - Koo, near Btnltsental. In the province of Hanover, (lermany. In 1818 she emigrated to this country, and made bet borne with a relative, William 8ohroeder. In Marlon township. la 1849 she was married' to Frederick Ilullerinann. the ceremony being performed performed by the Rev. Dr. Slhler, In tho old St. Paul's Lutheran hurch on llarr street. Their married life remained remained unbrokon until the death of Mr. llullermauu In tho latter part of 189!. Tliclr early )esrs of wedded life were spent upon the Concordia farm, nt the eastern outskirts of the city, and two yeara later, tney bought the old home In St. Joe township, wheiu I lid balance of their lives were spent. Ten children were boru to Mr. and Jlrs. llullermauu. of whom six sur - vle. .They Include Jnstlco Jlenry P. Bullermann. of this city; Frederick V Bullermann. of Huntington; Mrs. John Meyers., and Mrs. Maria Meyers. of 8L Joe township; William C. Bul - lernuann. a farmer of Bt. Joe town - Httlp: and Chilstlsn Bullermann, who lived with his mother till her death. A sister of the deceased, Mrs. Wlftei - inliis Krag. lives in Fort Wayne, and a brother In the Fatherland. Iter descendants descendants number twenty - six. Mrs. Bullermann was slacenely religious, religious, and her many good deeds 'were an Incentlvo toward righteous living to those who came In contact with her. Her acts of charity were Innumerable, and were done tinnsten - tatlously. Those who were fortunate enough to be her friends will loam or her death with deep sorrow. 'The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the residence at 1:30, and from the Ooegleln Lutheran church, of which she was a member. st 2:80. Brannlng.