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Death Takes Aged Woman At Saline

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June
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1942
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Death Takes Aged Woman At Saline

SALINE – Mrs. Hannah Margaret Feeman, 93, died here last night at the home of her son, Harry Feeman on W. Michigan Ave. She was born June 13, 1849, Lancaster, O., the daughter of David Ewing II and Priscilla Wells Ewing. She was the oldest of a large family.
She was married to Henry B. Feeman in 1872 and lived in Illinois 30 years before moving to Celina, O., where she remained until 1929. Mr. Feeman died in 1923. At 80 years of age, Mrs. Feeman went to Adrian to live with her eldest son, Dr. Harlan Feeman. For the past five years she has made her home in Saline.
She is survived by two sons, Dr. Harlan and Harry E. Feeman of Saline. Also surviving are two half-brothers, Jay Ewing of Gallatin, Tenn., and Arthur Ewing of Lancaster; one half-sister, Mrs. Pearl Grier of Lancaster, 10 grand children and 10 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 10 o’clock Friday morning at the home of Harry Feeman here, with Rev. Fred Lendrum of the Methodist church of Saline officiating, assisted by Dr. C. S. Ritchie and Dr. H. K. Fox of Adrian College. Burial will be made in North Grove cemetery, Celina, O.