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↑ Source: #S50 Page: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/10405326/person/-472467122/mediax/61a6ea82-6a88-48ac-8359-171f18abb6da?pg=32768&pgpl=pid Data: Text: Death of Wm Aronhalt CONT CONT William M Aronhalt a highly esteem citizen of Marion County died at his home near Green Camp Thursday Mar 7, 1907, aged 83 years for months and seven days. CONT CONT Mr Aronhalt was born in Ross county Ohio October 28 1823 and was united in marriage November 2 1848 to Miss Jane Kirts to this union 16 children were born, ten sons, and six daughters the wife and mother, four sons and one daughter had preceededhim to the great beyond, eleven children survive. CONT CONT They are Mrs. Matilda M. Hurley of near Mt. Victory; Mrs. Mary Butz, of Magnetic Springs; Mrs. Laura Lodwig of Prospect; Mrs. Julia Johnson, or north of Prospect; and Miss Belle Aronhalt, residing at home. The sons are W. H. Aronhalt of near Prospect; Daniel of Los Angeles, California, James of Marion, Bert and John of Alger, Ohio; and Isaac of Green Camp. Two sisters Mrs. Mary Newman, of Des Moines, Iowa; and Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, of Marion also survive. CONT CONT The funeral conducted by Rev. Twining was held a Bulnh Chapel Sunday afternoon March 9 and largely attended by friends and relatives. The remains were intered in Prospect cemetery. Object: @M69@
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