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arobi01a.jpg (2337 bytes)MRS. JAMES SWAN.

Dies Tuesday [30 NOV 1915] Morning at Her Home, East of Town [Upper Sandusky, Wyandot Co, OH].

Mrs. James Swan passed away at her home, three miles east of town, Tuesday morning, at 8:30 o'clock, from cirrhosis of the liver. She had been ailing for many years and was critically ill for the past ten weeks.

Angeline Robinson was born at Colliers, West Virginia, June 1, 1839, and was aged 76 years, 5 months and 29 days at her death. She was the daughter of William and Elizabeth Stansbury Robinson. When she was fourteen years old she moved with her parents to Richland county [OH], where she was united in marriage to James Swan April 30, 1857. They resided in Richland county about three years and then came to Wyandot county [OH] and located on the farm, east of town, which has been their home ever since. They were the parents of six children. One son, William, died in this city [Upper Sandusky, Wyandot Co, OH] a number of years ago, and those who survive with the husband and father to mourn the loss of a kind and loving wife and mother are: Frank Swan, on the home farm; J.E. Swan and Mrs. William Blaser, east of town; Mrs. A.W. Althouse, northeast of town; and Miss Nettie Swan, at home. There also survive the following brothers and sisters: Taylor Robinson, of Marshall, Ill.; M.L. Robinson and Mrs. Jacob Marks, of Lucas, Richland county [OH]; G.W. Robinson, of Mansfield [Richland County, OH]; and Mrs. Frank Culler and Mrs. J.W. Culler, near Lucas [Richland County, OH].

Mrs. Swan was a highly esteemed woman. She was a member of the English Lutheran church in this city, but on account of ill health in recent years was an attendant at the Salem Evangelical church near her home.

The funeral will be held Thursday [02 DEC 1915] afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from Salem Evangelical church, east of town, conducted by Rev. C.E. Berkey, pastor of the English Lutheran church, in this city, assisted by Rev. O.D. Wonder, pastor of the Salem church. Interment will be made in the church cemetery.

--The Daily Chief, Upper Sandusky, OH, Tuesday, 30 NOV 1915

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