From Rochester Sentinel:
June 16, 1941
Mrs. Ida May SHERMAN, 57, succumbed at her home on South Main street in Fulton yesterday due to complications. Death came at eleven o’clock Sunday morning. She had been an invalid from arthritis for four years preceding her death.
The deceased was born on April 19, 1884, in Liberty township, the daughter of Joshua and Lillie McDOUGLE. In 1916, she was united in marriage with Allen SHERMAN by Rev. O.B. WELLS of the Fulton United Brethren church. Mrs. Sherman was, before her illness, an active member of the Olive Branch church of the Fulton U.B. Circuit.
Survivors include the husband; one son, Gale [McDOUGLE], of Peru; one sister, Mrs. Bessie MARTIN, Peru; four brothers, Clarence [McDOUGLE], near Peru; William [McDOUGLE], Harry [McDOUGLE], and Frank [McDOUGLE], of Fulton. Two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews also survive.
Last rites will be held from the home on South Main street in Fulton at two o’clock Tuesday afternoon with Rev. Thomas L. GOODLIN, United Brethren circuit pastor, in charge.
Burial will be made in the Metea cemetery. The body has been returned to the home, where friends may call to pay their respects until the hour of the funeral.
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