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Alice Crocker Dies Of Injuries

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Alice Crocker Dies Of Injuries

Miss Alice Crocker, 76, of 1735 Washtenaw Ave., sister of Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd and an aunt of Alice C. Lloyd, University dean of women, died yesterday unexpectedly this monring at St. Joseph's Hospital as the result of injuries suffered March 29 when she was struck by a car while walking across Main St. at Liberty.

She apparently had been recovering from the effects of a broken leg when she suffered a relapse and died.

Miss Crocker came to Ann Arbor in the late 1890's and had lived here since that time with her mother, Mrs. Daniel Putnam Crocker, and in late years with Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd, her sister, and Miss Alice Lloyd.

Born in Fitchburg, Mass., on July 11, 1870, Miss Crocker spent her early life in Springfield, Mass. She was the daughter of Daniel Putnam Crocker and Caroline Elizabeth Crocker.

Surviving are the sister, Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd; two neices, Miss Alice Lloyd and Mrs. William P. Jesse of Chicago; two nephews, Frederick Lloyd and Dr. Putnam Lloyd of New York City; and a ward, Mrs. A. Buel Quirk of Grosse Pointe.

Memorial services will be held at 4 o’clock Thursday afternoon at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, with Dr. Henry Lewis officiating.