Sarah H. Plank, the relict of James Plank, of Dundee, die'd yesterday at the ■csideuce of her danghter Mrs. Seth A. Randall, No. 321 S. Fourth ave. She ïad been au invalid for the past 20 years. Her reinaiiis wiíl be taken t o Dundee for interuient on the noou train tomorrow. ïhere will be no services at the house. The friends can view the remains from 10;30 to 11 o 'cl ook tomorrow niorning. Mrs. 3lank was the danghtei of Jonas and Hannah Du Bois and was bom March 9. 1820, at Monroe, ürleaus connty, New York. She with her parents removed to Dnndee in the year 1884. At that time there was uo village there, th.3 country beiug a wilderness. When she was 17 years old she married James Plank who died Oct. 27, 1873. Their union was blessed with seven children, of which only two, Mrs. Seth A. Rindall and Miss Ida J. Plank survive their pareuts. Her only sou was one of the more than 1,300 nnion soldiers who lost their lives nn the steamer Sultaria which burned on the Mississippi at the close of the rebellion. Mrs. Plank in her youth was a member of the Baptist church, but aftei her marriage joined the Cougregationa: church, of which her hnsbaud was a member.