Mrs. Deborah Wallington died at her home on the river road last Tuesday, April 30. She was the widow of the late Edward Wallington. Mrs. Wallington was born Feb. 8, 1813, at Ludgershall, England, where she passed her early life. She was married to Edward Wallington in I834. A few months after which both husband and wife united with the old school Baptist faith to which she adhered until her death. Her husband passed away Oct. 8, 1867. They came from Ludgershall to Lodi in 1847 where they lived until 1852 when they moved to a larger farm near Saline, where she lived until 1868 when she removed to Ann Arbor town to live with her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Speechley, remaining there until the angel of death bore her away to the better land above, there to dweil with the loved ones who had gone before. She leaves three children to mourn her loss, Mrs. Thomas Blake, Mrs. R. L. Speechley, of ' Ann Arbor town, and Leonard C. Wallington, of Detroit. She was a modest, unssuming woman, always showing ïer kind, loving, gentle Christian haracter.