Press enter after choosing selection


Died image
Parent Issue
Public Domain
OCR Text

BELFANZ- Henrietta Belfanz, of the third ward, Thursday, April 19th, of consumption, at the age of 28. Funeral Sunday, the 22d instant.
HAIST- Frederick Haist, of the second ward, died Sunday, April 22d, of inflammation of the lungs, at the age of two years.
ROSACRANZ- Catherine Rosacranz, of the first ward, died April 21st of cancer, at the age of 38 years. Funeral Sunday.
O'REILLY- Patrick O'Reilly, of the fourth ward. April 23d, of consumption, aged 70 years. Funeral Wednesday. TEATS- August Teats, at the county house, April 22d, of old age, at the age of 83 years. Funeral Wednesday.
HATT- Phebe Hatt, at the county house. April 22d, at the age of 68 years. Funeral Sunday.
TURNER- Donna Mozart Turner died in Columbus, O., April 17, at the age of 26 years of bronchial consumption. Buried in Fenton. She left two small children.
PACKARD-Died in Salem April 22, 1883, of dropsy, Rhoda wife of Orson Packard, aged 76 years, 7 mos. and 25 days. She had resided in Washtenaw county for 53 years.
SKINNER - At Kalamazoo, Sunday morning, April l1th, of peritonitis, after an illness of only three days Sheffie Stockton, wife of T. S Skinner, and second daughter of Henry and Mary Stockton of this place.
FOSTER-Died in the town of Ann Arbor. April 17, 1883, Mrs. Philinda Foster, in the eighty-second year of her age. Mrs. Foster was born in Providence, R. I., in the year 1801. She was married to E. G. Green, at Lockport, N. Y., in 1824; moved to this place in 1829 and located in this county the same year. Mr. Green died in 1853. She married Mr. Lemuel Foster in ISO1!. Mrs. Foster leaves four children, Mrs. I. N. S. Foster, Mrs. C. C. Church, Mrs. S. Sweet, and Mrs. R. L. Geddes. She was an active member of tlie M, E. Church, and a good and loving mother.