Crowded out last week. George C. Rogers, of Ypsilanti township, died Dec. 28th. John Welch, of Clinton, died Dec. 28th, aged 67 years. Mrs. John Wint, of Ypsilanti, died at the Pontiac asylum, Dec. 25th. Mrs. Harriet Van Blarcum, of Stony Creek, died Dec. 28H1, aged 73 years. Miss Julia Bacon, who speni years in India as a missionary, died at Ypsilanti, Monday. J. Fred Schmid, of the Hfth ward in Ypsilanti, died Dec. 28th, aged 28 years, of consumption. Airs. Elizabeth Andres died Dec. 25U1, of pneumonía, at her home near Dexter, aged 48 years. Albert H. S. Curtis, of Ypsilanti, died at tbe residence of his daughter at Shell Lake, Wis., Monday. Lynn M. Forrestall died at the home of his mother in Tecumseh, Dec. 3oth, of consumption, aged 31 years. Little May Fowler, the six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fowler, of Augusta, died on Christmas day. John R. Jaynes, of Manchester, died Dec. 28lh, of paralysis, aged 79 years. He was formerly engaged in the woolen mili business. Mrs. Catherine Strasburg, mother of Mrs. John Koch, of Manchester, died Dec. 28th, aged 74 years. Her remains were taken to Detroit for burial. Mrs. Wm. F. Kennedy, of Tecumseh, died Dec. 28th. She was 66 years of age and the day of her death was the 49th anniversary of her marriage. Mrs. A. S. Markell, of Ypsilanti, died on Monday, of the grip. She was born in New York in 1800 and came to Michigan in 1866. Her remains were taken to Chicago. Mrs. J. W. French, formerly of Ypsilanti, died at Ishpeming where she moved about a year ago, on Dec. 28th. Her remains were brought to Ypsilanti and buried Thursday. Mrs. Austin Guild died at her home on Hamilton street, Ypsilanti, Dec. 26th, age 78 years. She was born in New York state and lived with her hushand in Ypsilanti nearly forty years. Joseph C. Gordanier, of Manchester, -died Dec. 28th, of apoplexy, aged 5 1 years. He belonged to a number of fraternities and the funeral was conducted by Manchester lodge, F. & A. M. Mrs. Betsy Wallace, mother of Capt. J. N. Wallace., of Ypsilanti, and a former resident of that city, died in California, Dec. iSth, aged 85 years. She removed fron Ypsilanti to California in 1872. Miss Daisy Burnett died at her home in Marión, Livingston county, on Tuesday of last week, and was buried on the old farm in northern Webster, the following Thursday. Daisy was a bright girl of twenty years, and had many warm friends in Webster and community.- Dexter Leader. Airs. Richard Williams, of Ypsilanti township, died at her home Dec. 30U1, aged 78 years, comsumption being the cause of her death. She was one of the earliest and oldest residents of Washtenaw county having moved here in 1826 and spent the remaining years of her life within its borders.