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Died Sunday [27 MAY 1917] Morning at the F.L. Swan Home, East of Town [Upper Sandusky, OH]

Mrs. Sarah Blaser died at the home of her step-daughter, Mrs. F.L. Swan, east of Upper Sandusky, Sunday morning, at 6:20 o'clock. She had been ill with valvular heart trouble and dropsy and was in a critical condition for several weeks. All during her illness she was a patient sufferer and was tenderly cared for by her step-children.

Sarah Enfield was the daughter of Emanuel and Mary Weimer Enfield and was born in Somerset county, Pennsylvania, April 15, 1841, being in her seventyseventh year at death. She was married June 18, 1889, to Rev. G. Blaser, who died March 27, 1914 (sic). She is survived by six step-children, Rev. J.H. Blaser, of Tonica, Ill.; W.J. Blaser and Mrs. F.L. Swan, east of Upper Sandusky; J.W. Blaser, of Barberton [OH]; Mrs. B.C. Flowers, of Galion [OH]; and B.F. Blaser, of Cleveland [OH]; also two brothers and two sisters, W.S. Enfield, of Seattle, Wash.; and D.F. Enfield, Mrs. J.C. Pershing and Mrs. A. Long, of Wooster [OH].

Since her marriage Mrs. Blaser had resided in and near Upper Sandusky except one and one-half years she lived in Bucyrus [OH]. She was a member of the Salem Evangelical church and was esteemed by many friends and acquaintances.

The remains were removed Monday [28 MAY 1917] afternoon to the Blaser homestead, east of town, now owned by W.J. Blaser. Short services will be held at the house Tuesday [29 MAY 1917] afternoon, at 1 o'clock, and at 1:30 o'clock from the Salem Evangelical church, conducted by the pastor, Rev. O.D. Wonder, assisted by Rev. A.F. Berry, of this city. Interment will be made in the church cemetery.

--The Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, OH, Monday, 28 MAY 1917

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