ESSEX LADY WAS CALLED Mrs. Elizabeth Godfrey Robert- Bon, 69, a native of Union Couhty T died late Monday night at her home four tniles north of Rich wood in Jackson Township after an eight years illness. She was born November I860, and: was married In ^885 to J. B. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last year. Surviving with the husband are nine children; George and John of Essex, William of Richwood, Carl of Mt. Giload, James of Bucyrus, Mrs. Eva Landcs of Ostrander, Mrs. Ethel Hopkins of Bloomville, Mrs. Bessie Gillispie of Agosta, and Mrs. Lydia Mettler of Marysville; twenty- three grandchildren, four great- grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Delilah Dutton of Agosta and Mrs. Elmina Love of Rlchwoqd. Mrs. Robertson was a member of the Meth- adist Protestant church at Essex. Funeral services Thursday aUcr- non at 2 o'clock at the home. Burial in the Price cemetery at Essex.