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Died In His Carriage

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r'íujlsoii, of Webster towii ■ ■ mj, ■. . . ■■■ ,■ „vwí i i to the depot ., nVihi (,, m, i:p]rfof friends, ainl wiiie return:■ with them in lusca tí -.■■: fel] over ú expired without a word. TIe wrts Ken tt i neighboring house V.i tlic pea tliat yet a spark of life remaihedf t all hopes were in vain. Mr. {Jranson was one of the most osperjras farmers in Webster townip- He was boni at Lennox, Madincounty.K. Y., March Tth, 1820 id carne to Michigan with his par'ts in JSlay, 1830. His father purlased a farm of 120 acres in Webster ■e oid homestead being a part of the' I esent farm of Mr. Cranson The iceased spent his entire life sincel u, with the exception of seven i was in Ionia county, upon Jiis farm added to the old farm, and bis ame consisted of three hm.dred acres : the nest land inWashtenaw county, pon whicli is a modern house and all leíate improvements. By economy, ir. Cranson amassed a considerable ncune, and was known as one of th lost prosperous farmers in the county Mr. Cranson was married in lonia ounty, Marcli 2Ist, 1843, to Miss Jlero ae Dumond. He is the father of fom hildren- Edgar, Emma, Frank IJ ii-i Elsie Louise. All the children vith the exception of Edgar, are Hv"2: at home.