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Death Of Mrs. Jane Garton

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Iu the Eaton Rapids Times of Febrtiary 12tli, is a notice of tlie death of Mis. Jane Garton, mother of Ex-Hegent Andrew Climie, of this city. Mr. Climie atttuded the funeral, which oecurred on Tuesday : Mr. Jane (jarton illotl at the residence of Jas. stlrüng In this city, Huoday eveulng, February 8, 1885, ol paralysls, aged 74 years' Mrs. (iarton was boni In (ilasgow, Scotland, Juue 4,1810, and cnme to Canada with her parenis, Win. and Jane Stlrling In the yeur UMI, nul trom Canada to New Hartfoid N Y., lu 1H25. Hue was marrled at New Hartfurd, June 4, 1827, tu Andrew Climie, who diodat New York MIIIb, N. Y., In 1838. In Juue, 18-14, she cam to Eaton Iluplds wllli her párenla, brolhers aud sisters. Hhe was the molher of live cblldren, two of wlilclidled at New York Mills, th two living otilldren belng Andrew and Jauet Climie. Jauet the second chlld died In this city in I ¦!¦':, uut Andrew Is stlll living and a resident of Aun Albor at the present Unie. Ijeceaned returned to t h state of New Ytrk in 184ü where he wa unlted In marrlage to Win. (artoii, and oiniii to Michigan analu wit li lier liusband In IKV), and to Ihem waa Ik hm a ilaiiKli ui , Janrt (tarton, vh Ixvam1 tbawlfeol B, K. Mili, principal ol ourscliciolu in 18. Mr (iariini dleü at Coldwuter In 1864, In thr yeur 1872, Mrs. üurtiMi wint with Mi and Mr. Ilill In .Suattle. on Puget Sound, W. i T., rcmalnlng there umi in Calliurnlu uutll mi. Hlio was stricken with paralysls In the fall of 1883, and caine back to Katon Kaplds aslieronly hope for Ufe, and lf to die, tliat she in nii i be burrled at the place and among the people that slie had so earlyaud lonu been wllh. Mth. (iarton nnlted with tho M. K. church at New York Mills, N. Y., In 1848, and always slnce that time ha been asteadfastchrlstlan. On her return l this city lasl fall she expressod a deslre to have her name agaln enrulled on the M. B. church records of this place, where ho so long had been a member. As a molher he was dearly beloved by her childrrn, and In lier old ng mul affllctlon everythlng that coiild bewas done to makc her declintng yciivN kh comfortable as was In the power of lier loving children. Her man y good (ietilN wlll bo reinembered bya large DDmber of tb e oidor Mettler of Eaton Rapios, of wtiicli il woiiltl t jik '- puea i enumérate. The funeral took place trom the renldence of Ja-, stirliug. Tuewday uflarnoou, Etov. . 1. i logshali ofticlüilnK.