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Mrs. Elizabeth Gibson died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Raffensperger on S. Main st, Sunday, aped 73 years, 3 months and 16 days. The funeral services were held at the house at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening and the remains were placed in the vnult in Forest Hill cemetery Wednesday morning. Mrs. Caroline Dorotbea Klingmann, widow of trie late Rev. Stephen Klingiiiann, died at her home on S. Ashley st., Monday afternoon at 6 o'olock, of penmonia, aged 63 yeais, 4 months and 23 days. Short funeral serivoes ware held at the house Wednesday afternoon, after whioh the remains were taken to the parsonage at WeiDsberg, whicb was for so many years her home. Yesterday morning funeral servioes were held at the Weinsberg church and the remains were interred in the churohyard there. Mrs. Klingmann'e maiden name was Diebr aud she was married to Rev. Stephen Klingmann in July 20, 1861. Eight ohildren was the result of this union, most of whom are still living, one son is the Rev. Julias Klingmann, who succeeded his faher as pastor of the church at Weinsbeig. Mrs. Eva Maria Lehman, widow of the late Michael Lehamn, arid roother of M. J. and Peter J. Lehman, of this city, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ida Barth, corner of W. Washington and Third sts., Monday afternoon of canoer, aged 67 years and 8 months. The funeral services were held at the house and at the Bethlebem Evangelical cbnrch yesterday rnorning and were conducted by Rev. John Neumann. Mrs. Lehman's maiden name was Haselsohwert and she came to this country with her husband in 1853. They looate flrst in the township of Freedom, afterwards removing to Sylvan, which was their home for some 22 years. Mrs. Lehman had been a resident of Ann Arbor for the past five years, during which rime she had made a warm circle of friends. Four boys and four girls, besides those mentioned in this item survive her, and two boys and one girl are dead. Mrs. Lucinda Johns, sister of C. F. Watkins, the well known pitcher of tbe U. of M. baseball team, died at her home on Lawrence st., Tuesday evening, of conHiimption, aged 39 years. The reamius were taken to Reed City on Wednesday, for interment. Frank Saunders, a colored man aged 39 years, died in Detroit Dec. 29 flis remains were brought here yesterday morning and interred in the Fifh ward cemetery.