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The Argus gives below a partial list of these who li passed away during the last twelve months, and it is an exceedingly long list, far longer than the Argos wiHlii'S it was. This list inclul'-i Ann Arbor in ïull. but the Dames ol In the townships In the county are only those whose funerals have been under the direction of one of the Ann Arbor undertakers. The list is as follows: Frances E., daughter of George Devine, of Webster, five weeks old, died Jan. 2, of congestion of the lungs. Mrs. Lizzie Baldwin, aged 36 years, died at Leadville, Col., Dec. 18, 1890, of heart diseases. Remains brought to Ann Arbor, Jan. 5th. Kathrina Fritz, aged 64 years, died Jan 4th. Joseph M. son of T. J. Sullivan, aged three years, died at Chicago, Ill., Jan. 5th, of diphtheria. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Amelia Cox, of the fifth ward, aged, 78 years, died Jan. 11th, old age. Infant son of Edward and Tillie Camp, aged twenty days, died Jan. 17th. Minnie M. Easton, of Lima, aged 28 years, 8 months, died in third ward, January 12th, tonsilitis. Anna B. Frieze, of N. Ingalls Street, aged 68 years, 11 months, died Jan. 12th, apoplexy. George Cox, of the Fifth ward, aged 42 years, 4 months, died Jan. 13th, consumption. Daniel W. Amsden, aged 43 years, died Jan. 13th, accidental. Huldah Cole, aged 91, years, died at Fort Madison, Iowa, Jan. 13th, ulceration of the stomach. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Chauncey H. Millen, of East Huron street, aged 69 years, 11 months, died Jan. 18th, congestion of the lungs. Veronika Stoll, aged 59 years, 5 months, died Jan. 18th, heart disease. Infant child of William and Emma Brown. died Jan. 21st. Mrs. Emma Loveridge, of Hersey, aged 40 years, died Jan. 20th, paralysis of brain. Mrs. Diana P. Wells, of the Fourth ward, aged 57 years, died Jan. 22nd, tumor. Clara M. Johnston, aged years, 8 months, died Jan. 27th, consumption. Mary A., daughter of Michael Hessian, of the Second ward, aged 7 months, died Feb. 3rd, brain fever. Mary Frances Fitchell, aged 16 years, 5 months, died Feb. 6th, consumption. Mrs. Bertha Goetz, aged 28 years, 9 months, died Feb. 6th, liver and heart disease. Infant of M. H. Ehnis, aged three days, died Feb. 13th. Loren Mills, aged 86 years, died at Manhattan, Kansas, Feb, 11th, old age. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Mrs. Mary Ann Clark, aged 69 years, 4 months, died Feb. 18th. Mrs. Mary E. Sperry, aged 72 years, died Feb. 19th, heart failure. Alexander Winchell, aged 66 years, died Feb, 19th, kidney and heart trouble. Mrs. Etta V. Lawson, of Fife Lake, aged 20 years, died Feb. 22nd, consumption. Edward Burns, aged 64 years, died Feb, 23rd, pneumonia. Reuben Tolbert, aged 61 years, 11 months, died Feb. 23rd, consumption. Margaret Elster, aged 65 years, died Feb. 26th, heart disease Mrs. Eliza Robinson, aged 88 years, died Feb. 28th, old age. D. J. Campbell, of Walton, Ont., aged 22 years, died March 2nd, pneumonia. Mrs. Abbey Cook, aged 75 years, died at Sault Ste. Marie, Feb. 28th, paralysis of brain. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Mrs. Catherina Farley, aged 52 years, died March 3rd, dropsy of heart. Fred Kalmbach, aged 79 years, died March 4th, ol dage. Lucy C. Reed, aged 82 years, died March 17th, paralysis. Bridget Wasser, aged 36 years, died March l9th, blood poisoning. Mrs. Martha Hall, aged 67 years, died March 19th, paralysis. Herbert M. Frost, aged 27 years, died at Saginaw, March 19th, pneumonia. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Edward Burns, aged 87 years, 2 months, died March 21st, old age. Kate Cropsey, died March 20th, diphtheria. John Hermann, aged 58 years, died March 21st, cancer. T. E. Spencer, aged 20 years, died March 23rd, pneumonia. Harold Walker, infant, died March 25th. Mrs Libbie O'Hara, aged 26 years, 11 months, died March 26th, blood poisoning. Jennie E. West, aged 55 years, died at Detroit, March 26th, heart disease. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Mrs. Jane Williams, aged 74 years, died at Chicago, Ill., March 25th, grip. John Eagan, aged 72 years, died March 28th, heart failure. Mary G. Devany, aged 28 years, died March 30th, grip and consumption. Mrs. E. A. Cooley, aged 26 years, died at Bay City, March 28th. pneumonia. Sara M. Strong, aged 38 years, 11 months, died at Detroit, Feb. 12th, abscess. Malcom M. Green, aged 45 years, 10 months, died April 8th, pneumonia. Archibald S. Dewey, aged 80 years, died April 10th, heart failure. Lucy T. McNair, of Mattoon, Ill., aged 25 years, died at 47 Packard street, April 11th. Bright's disease. Remains taken to Matoon, Ill. James H. Morris, aged 79 years, died April 10th, apoplexy. Mrs. Julia O'Neil, died at Detroit, April 9th, typhoid pneumonia. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Joseph Lynn McAllister, aged 22 years, died April 15th, grip. Remains taken to Sinclaireville, N. Y. Mrs. Harriet M. Brown, died at Detroit, April 13th. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Simon Hardeneck, aged 40 years, died April 14th, fits. J. A. M. Henderson, aged 73 years, died April 24th, old age. Ester Dunlap, aged 65 years, died April 21st, paralysis Francis Woodbridge, aged 38 years, 2 months, died April 22nd. Staats Green, aged 59 years, died April 24th, paralysis. Maria F. Stearns, of Howell, aged 65 years, died April 25th, heart failure. Remains taken to Howell . Emma A. Wenger, aged 5 years, died April 25th, brain fever. Sarah L. Douglas, aged 33 years, died April 28th, cancer. Emily Weitbrecht, aged 27 years, died May 2nd, lung trouble. L. Kahoe, aged 33 years, died May 3rd, consumption. Mary Agnes Cropsey, aged 15 years, 11 months, died May 4th, peritonitis. Arnold G. Walker, aged 42 years, 3 months, died at South Bend, Ind., May lst, pneumonia. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Minnie White, infant, died May 5th, measles. Harrison Bullock, aged 2 years, died May 5th, measles. Andrew Jenne, of Dundee, aged 63 years, died May 8th. Remains taken to Dundee. Mary Ann Pebbles, aged 79 years, 10 months, died May 13th, paralysis of heart. Mrs. Agnes Coffee, aged 32 years, died May 13th, consumption. Dupper, child, aged 4 years, died May 20th, measles. Celia Turner, aged 56 years, died May 24th, dropsy. Ida M. Schwe, aged 2 years, died May 22nd, pneumonia. Elizabeth Hiller, aged 60 years, died May 26th, rheumatism. Gilbert Bliss, aged 45 years, 7 months, died May 21st, consumption. Wm. W. White, Leadville, Col., aged 18 years, died May 21st, peritonitis. Remains taken to Washington, Macomb County. Katie Corr, aged 24 years, 8 months, died May 24th, consumption. Mary Ethel Gomberg, aged 49 years, died May 25th, cancer. Grace Taylor, aged 69 years, 6 months, died May 26th. Ellicott Evans, aged 71 years, died May 26th. Remains taken to Buffalo, N. Y. Anthony McCay, aged 68 years, died May 28th, apoplexy. Remains taken to Mt. Pleasant. Caroline L. Roepper, of Bethlehem, Pa, aged 45 years, died June 5th, epilepsy. Remains taken to Bethlehem, Pa. Andrew J. Sutherland, aged 66 years, 7 months, died June 6th. Wilhelm Stierle, aged 43 years, died June l0th heart disease. Clarence Stamfler, aged 1 year, died June 24th, measles. Elmer Wood, aged 27 years, died at Chicago, Ill., June 23rd, accidentally shot. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. George Collins, aged 58 years, died June 25th, heart failure. W. F. Ellsworth, aged 68 years, died at Morris, July 1st, dropsy. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Erwin Vogel, aged 1 year, died July lst, measles. Franklin Walter Guiteau, aged 29 years, died July 3rd, black measles. Ida Selke, aged 4 years, died July 6th, blood poisoning. Ermina Vogel, aged 1 year, died July 9th, measles. Mrs. Eleanor Burnham, aged 77 years, died July 15th, general debillty. Mrs. Margaret Jones, aged 86 years, 3 months, died July 17th, old age. Herbert Golden, aged 9 years, 2 months, died July 23rd, peritonitis. Virginia J. Watts, aged 38 years, died July 23rd, consumption. Alice C. Lansing, aged 18 years, died at Howell, July 24th. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Maria E. Vogel, aged 33 years, 6 months, died July 24th, burned by gasoline explosion. Lillian Mae Baxter, aged 2 years, 10 months, died July 29th. Infant child of Joseph Cox, aged 5 months, died July 31st. Clara Tessmer, child, died Aug. 2nd, summer complaint. Lillian M. DeForest, aged 33 years, died Aug. 3rd., consumption. Margaret Walsh, aged 47 years, 9 months, died Aug. 6th, consumption. James Hallock, aged 46 years, died Aug. 8th, inflammation of bowels. Julius Kreklau, aged 4 months, died Aug. 10, cramps. Frederick W. Hartman, aged 72 years, died Aug. 9th, asthma. Willie Mason, aged 5 years, died Aug. 12th, spinal disease. Emanuel G. Wildt, aged 82 years, 11 months, died Aug. 10th, old age. Jane Y. Stevens, died Aug. 8th, old age, Mrs. Ann Bonner, aged 58 years, 7 months, died Aug. 17th, cancer. Erastus Lesuer, aged 80 years, 4 months, died Aug. 24th, old age. Edward F. Duffy, of Pittsburg, Pa., aged three months, died Aug. 26th, Sarah A. Hewitt, aged 68 years, 2 months, died Aug. 26th, lung disease. Alonzo C. Bliss, aged 60 years, died Aug. 26th, bronchitis. Edward Hermann, aged 22 years, died at Muskegon, Aug. 29th, malarial fever. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Jacob U. Binder, aged 72 years, died Aug. 29th, rupture. Earl Healy, aged 5 months, died Aug. 31st, inflammation of bowels. John M. Kearney, of Pinckney, killed by cars, Sept. 3rd. Elizabeth Wallington, aged 85 years, died in Detroit, Sept. 2nd, old age. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Martha Marsh, aged 47 years, died Sept. 9th, cancer. Mrs. Polly Irish, aged 70 years, died at Detroit. Sept. 10th, old age and general debility. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Annie E. Bull, aged 18 years, 4 months, died Sept. 14th, consumption. Emil Otto Nimz, infant, died Sept. 23rd. Daniel Moore, aged 52 years, died Sept. 17th, malarial fever. Remains taken to Saginaw. Rebecca Henriques, aged 60 years, died Sept. 26th, paralysis of brain. Effie Wilson, aged 15 years, 10 months, died Oct. 2nd, lung disease. Urania V. Brown, aged 14 years, died Oct. 3rd, peritonitis. Martha Merkle, aged 33 years, died in Breckenridge, Col., Oct. 12th, blood poisoning. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. George J. Kuebler, aged 36 years, died Oct. 4th, inflammation of bowels. Genevieve Covert, aged 7 years, died Oct. 10th. Sophia Gregory, aged 64 years, died at Detroit. Oct. 11th, hernia. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Lois V. Torrans, aged 11 years. died Oct. 15th, diphtheria. Jane Brewell, aged 79 years. 11 months, died at Detroit, Oct. 17th. old age. Remains brought to Ann Arbor, Benjamin Day, aged 84 years, died Oct. 17th, bronchitis. Oscar T. Lau, aged 1 year, died Oct. 16th. Miss Maurrer, died Oct. 18th, typhoid fever. Stephen Jacobs, killed by the cars, Oct. 21st. D. W. Roys, aged 50 years, died March 3rd, tuberculosis. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Emma M. West, aged 75 years, 10 months, died Oct. 25th, tumor on brain. Henrietta M. Coolidge, died at Waterloo, Iowa. Oct. 22nd, apoplexy. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Roy Gooch, aged 6 years. died Oct. 25th, diphtheria. Mrs. Kalmbach, aged years died Oct. 25th, old age. Dwight T. Townsend, aged 71 years, died Oct. 27th, heart disease. Phebe P. Woodruff aged 75 years, died Oct. 26th, heart disease. John R. Clancy, aged 21 years, 8 months, died Oct. 26th, lung disease. Francis A. Randall, aged 79 years, died Oct. 30th, paralysis. Sabrina Tice, aged 78 years, three months, died Oct 30th, paralysis. Mrs. Emma M. Hatch, aged 23 years, 8 months, died Nov. 6th, pneumonia. Mildred M. Moore, aged 17 years, 2 months, died Nov. 8th, heart failure Remains taken to Niagara Falls. Christian Roth, aged 39 years, died Nov. l2th, consumption. Echlin Norton, aged 8 years, died Nov. 18th, quilsy. Theresa Vinkle, aged 31 years, died Nov. 19th, exhaustion. Mrs. William Walker, aged 82 years, died at Logansport, Ind., Nov. 19th, pneumonia. Samuel G. Benham, aged 62 years, died Nov. 23rd, apoplexy. Michael J. O'Riley, aged 55 years, died at Culbersten, Neb., Nov. 21st., accident. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Amanda Taylor, aged 67 years, 11 months, died Nov. 26th, apoplexy . Florentine Belfanz, aged 62 years, died Nov. 26th. Johanna L. Hiller, aged 7 years, died Nov. 28th, diptheria. John Woolcott, aged 68 years, died Nov. 28th, pneumonia. Remains taken to Longwood, Ont. Nancy McLaughlin, aged 43 years, died Nov. 29th, cancer. Remains taken to Delta, Ohio. Malvina J. McNeal, aged 55 years, died Dec. lst, cancer. James A. Tice, aged 9 years, died Dec. 3rd, diphtheria. John A. Hiller, aged 1 year, died Dec. 5th, diphtheria. Earle Vinkle, aged 4 years. died Dec. 6th, diphtheria. Sarah D. Giles, aged 45 years, 4 months, died Dec. 8th, congestion of brain. Henry A. Nichols, aged 55 years, died at Chicago, Dec. 4th, heart disease. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Jane E. Brigham, aged 65 years, died at Detroit, Dec. 7th, bronchitis. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Infant son of John Tice, died Dec. 12th, diphtheria. Julia McCarthy, aged 70 years, died Dec. 11th, spinal disease. George E. Bischoff, aged 8 months died December 16th, cholera infantum. Julius Meuth, aged 12 years, died Dec. 25th, diphtheria. Kathrina Mager, aged 59 years, 11 months, died Dec. 25th, inflammation of lungs. Ellen J. Watson, aged 47 years, died Dec. 19th, cancer. Infant child of J. B. Middlecoff, died Dec. 21st. May Jenkins, aged 27 years, 2 months, died at Toledo, Dec. 20th, peritonitis. Remains brought to Ann Arbor. Donald McIntyre, aged 84 years, 6 months, general debility, Dec. 21st. Fred Schaible, aged 26 years, died Dec. 21st, lung disease. Wilhelmina Steinke, aged 14 years, died Dec. 28th, heart disease. William Johnson, aged 24 years, 7 months, died Dec. 23rd, consumption. Esla Robison, aged 5 months, died Dec. 29th, pneumonia. Mary Hawks, aged 65 years, died at Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 30th, pneumonia. John Lucas, aged 50 years, died Dec. 31st, lung disease.
ANN ARBOR TOWN. Mary E., wife of John Smith, aged 49 years, 9 months, died Feb. 7th, grip. Mrs. Margaret Sutton, aged 83 years, died Feb. 9th, blood poisoning. Thomas H. Moore, aged 25 years, drowned, Feb. 12th. David Mowerson, aged 79 years, 2 months, died Feb. 18th, rheumatism of heart. Amanda, wife of Isaac Bisbee, aged 75 years, 3 months, died Feb. 23rd, pneumonia. Thomas Keedle, aged 77 years, died March 17th, dropsy and old age. Daniel E. Bennett, aged 52 years, died March 26th. John J. Schaffer, aged 93 years, died March 27th, old age. Frank D. Morse, aged 25 years, 4 months, died June 6th, accident by electric car. Maria Dembois, aged 90 years, died June l6th. William Bush, aged 69 years, two months, died June 17th. Robert Bennett, aged 72 years, died June 18th. Eddie Dunn, aged 9 months, died June 28th, consumption. Barbara Stoll, aged 68 years, died July 1st, grip. Ellen Keenan, aged 75 years, died July 24th, pneumonia. Thomas G. Burlingame, aged 49 years, 10 months, died Aug. 9th. Elthea E. Bird, infant, died Aug. 14th. Karl Haas, aged 3 years, died Sept. 28th, summer complaint. Walter W. Bilbie, aged 1 year, 6 months, died Oct. 6th. George M. Haas, aged 52 years, died Oct. 25th, inflammation of bowels.
NORTHFIELD. Infant child of Gottfried Baur, died Jan. 19th. Caroline Black, aged 70 years, died March 8th, pneumonia. Maggie, wife of James McKernan, aged 37 years, 11 months, died March 9th, fever. David Mayer, aged 65 years, 4 months, died May 7th, heart and lung disease. Lavina Lamphear, aged 84 years, 9 months, died May 18th, grip and old age. Wm. H. Hebbard, aged 91 years, 4 months, died June 5th, paralysis. Remains taken to Attica, N. Y. Mary Maroney, aged 74 years, 10 months, died June 15th, heart disease. Mary Bauer, aged 16 years, died at Ann Arbor, July 25th, burned by gasoline explosion. Julia E. Kempf, aged 22 years, 2 months, died Aug. 15th, typhoid fever. Maggie McKernan, aged 6 months, died in Ann Arbor, Aug. 28th, cholera infantum. Dennis Kelly, aged 5 years, died in Pittsfield, Sept, 2nd. Abraham Walker, aged 77 years, 2 months, died Sept. 15th, dysentery. John P. Smith, aged 3 months, died Sept. 29th, cholera infantum . James Laughlin, aged 77 years, accidentally drowned at Toledo, Ohio. Bridget Barry, aged 80 years, died Nov. 26th, old age.
SCIO. Wanda Rettig, aged 2 months, died Aug. 7th, whooping cough. John George Schuessler, aged 67 years, died Sept 2nd, Bright's disease. Beta J. Mayer, aged 62 years, died Oct. 24th, blood poisoning. Otto C. Reiff, aged 6 months, died Jan. 14th, grip. Anna K. Stollsteimer, aged 72 years, died March 14th, old age. Rev. Stephen Klingmann, aged 58 years, died April 17th, pneumonia. John Fred Laubengayer, aged 85 years, died April 22nd, pneumonia. Mrs. Kathrina Roll, aged 84 years died Sept. 7th. Martha Jedele, infant, died Sept 8th. William W. Tubbs, aged 62 years 8 months, died July 2nd, accidentally killed by falling barn.
WEBSTER. Clarence W., son of John W. and Edna Turner, aged seven weeks, died Jan. 5th, lung disease. Mrs. Annie E. Reeve, aged 35 years, died Feb. 1st, measles and heart disease. Richard Brown. aged 60 years, 5 months, died Feb. 11th, Mrs. Sarah E. Williams, aged 47 years, 9 months, died May 6, dropsy. Henry Olsaver, aged 72 years, 9 months, died Aug. 11th, general debility. John Dawson, formerly of Webster, aged 75 years, died at Owosso, Sept. 27th, heart disease. Remains brought to Hudson. Nancy Olsaver, aged 72 years, 2 months, died Nov. 17th, consumption.
PITTSFIELD. William Helle, aged 79 years, died Jan. 23rd, chronic diarrhea. John Lancaster, aged 63 years, died June 30th. Carl Sutherland, infant, died July 21st. Inflammation of bowels. John Fiegel, aged 60 years, 8 months, died Aug. 10th, neck broken. Oliver G. Warner, aged 77 years, 4 months, died Nov. 2nd, paralysis of heart. Edward Schenk, infant, died Dec 21st. Henry Paul, aged 51 years, died Dee. 20th, cancer.
LODI. Child of Gustave Sage, 4 years, died Jan. 21st, lung disease. Mrs. Ann Benton, aged 80 years, died Feb. 9th, old age and heart disease. David Schaible, aged 28 years. died April 8th, consumption. John George Herter, aged 70 years. died April 16th, paralysis. Emanuel A. Hirth, aged 36 years, died May 5th, grip. Abraham Hirth, aged 69 years, died May 20th. grip. Julius F. Grosshans, aged 3 months, died Aug. 19th. Sarah Lamborn, aged 73 years, 6 months, died Nov. 8th. Leopold Blaess, aged 61years, died Dec. 30th.
FREEDOM. Mary Barbara Haas, aged 67 years, died May 1st, grip. Infant child of Fritz Eckert, died Oct. 23rd. Magdalena Fiegel, aged 22 years, 2 months, died Nov. 21st, blood poisoning.
SUPERIOR. Benjamin Defoe, aged 79 years, 2 months, died April 20th, paralysis. Henry Hanby, aged 72 years, died May 11th, grip and paralysis.
LIMA. George Fred Gross, aged 75 years, died April 21st, old age.
BRIDGEWATER. Lydia Lambart, aged 17 years. died Dec. 15th, consumption.