Isaac Farnill, of Pittsfield, died at wo o'clock Sunday afternoon fiom an attack of appoplexy. He was bom in Yorkshire, England, May 31, 1815. and came to this country when nineteen years old, settling in New York, where ie was mariied and with his young bride set out for the wilds of Michigan. With but little means, he encountered all the severity of pioneer life. For ive years he had no wagon and did his teaming on a roughly fashioned sled. But by hard work and strict economy he surrounded himself with ,he conveniences of civilization. He ïad two sons and one daughter. One of his sons died in the Kebel prisons of nsufficient food. Mr. Farnill was a good citizen.