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DEATH CLAIMS PIONEER OF PIATTCOUNTY Mrs. Mary E. Widick, Aged :: 91, Dies After 10 Days' illness NATIVE OF OHIO MONTICELLO. Jan. 17. Mrs. Mary E. WidicX aged 91. died in the home if her daughter in law-, Mrs. Kath-erine Widick, in Cisco, Tuesday morning after days illness with pneu- '.-,"' Mary T.- Perk was born In Pi'ck-away county. Ohio, in February, 1S3J. Vi'Sii came to Illinois, with her par- ents,' two brothers and one sister, by wagron, in 1838, when they settled in Piatt county. On April 20, 1851. she was married to Cyrus 'W'idick.- To them were, born six children: George W'idick of Monticello, Ira. D., who died in his home in Cisco, in 1919; Mrs. Jennie -A'yers' of ' vv eldon,'- 111.; Mrs: Ella Parish, of Churnbusco, Ind.; and twe who died in Infancy. Three sisters and two brothers also survive her: Mrs. Katheririe Taylor of Be-ment, Mrs. Kmily Urlswold and Miss Miranda -Peck of Cerro Gordo; David Peck of Kcedley," Cal, and Daniel Peck of -Oak Park, 111. Funeral services will be held in the Willow Branch church,' Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Burial will be in the Willow Branch cemetery. ALTAMONT ALTAMONT, Jan., ' 17 Dr. G. M. Baker left Thursday to attend the funeral of his brother in law Seigel Baker in Kansas City;. James Thomas of St. Louis passed Friday- here--with his daughter Miss Helen Thomas,- and bis mother Mrs. M,ary Boyer. Mrs, George Grant and daughters Misses Ethel and Edith attended the funeral of Cecil Ettinger on Sunday in Taylorvilre. - , - T. E. Hogan passed Snunday in St. Louis with Mrs. Hogan and daughter. Mary Virginia. ' Don McKellar passed Sunday in and all and the by the to

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  1. The Decatur Herald,
  2. 18 Jan 1922, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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