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who Is fll- be In some- 'fr6m and It wj.uja the -to The right th'e on the point at the a In regard north ' time 'asking them new taxes city were bn the on and avenue t the and without contract to to to pay the in it. never happier than when assisting some one less fortunate than herself. She save freely of her means and time In assisting the poor and the When sickness visited a neighbor's family Mrs. Remley -would go In and nurse the sick or lielp with the housework and often.she took along a of provisions from her own pantry garden. HAD LARGE FAMILY. She was the mother of a large family.. One child, Anthony Remley, died in childhood. The. remaining children are Mrs. Jacob Wilhelmy, Frank A, Remley and Louise Remley of Joseph Remley of Bnfield, . .rs. Lederer pfBloominston and Louis Hemley of Decatur. ' She also leaves t y - t w o grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. The grandchildren are .Dr. A. F. Wilhelmy of Decatur, Dr. S. O.. Wilhelmy of LaPlacc. Dr. Sylvester S. Wilhelmy of Seattle, Wash., Wjlllam Lederer R. Lederei. Jr.. of Chicago, Enos erer of Bloomlngrton," Frs. Frank and Mrs. F. Dornaus of Bloomlngton, William Remley of Knfield. Tony Remley, A r t h u r Remley,.Josephine Louise Rem|ey, Nellie Kemley, Harry Remley,. Christine Reinley. .Frances Remley, F. H. .Remley." Jr., Mrs. Wlttlinger, Mrs. Charles Pease, Mrs. Edwards ah:' *Â·'Â·Â·Â». Charles Kdie, all Decatur. . Â· " - . M R S . MAO V RESILEV. Charter member of St.. James. German Catholic church, who died Friday.