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Re: Frances Naomi Kelton
Posted by: Jeff Kiewiet (ID *****8136) Date: March 26, 2009 at 19:51:46
In Reply to: Frances Naomi Kelton by Ronald Kelton Jackson of 205

Here's some info on your great grand-mother (and my great-great)

obit
The death of Mrs. Frank Spencer occurred at her home on the north side Tuesday. She had been ill with a complicaton of diseases for a long time and death came as a welcome relief from her suffering. Her maiden name was Frances N. Kelton, born in Telahoma,Tenn., Oct. 27, 1848, and at the time of her death she was 67 years and eight months old. she was married to Henry Sherrick, Sept. 15, 1864, and to that union 14 children were born, six of whom have passed away and eight are left to mourn the loss of a loving mother. They are Joseph, Nellie, Mabel, Samuel, Peter, Edna, Roy and Maude. The Sherrick family came to Bangor in 1871, and have since resided here. Mr. Sherrick died in June 1906, and in January, 1913 she became the wife of Frank Spencer, wth whom she lived happily until her death. Her funeral servies will be held at her late home ths Friday afternoon, and will be in charge of Eld. C.H. Kelsy. Interment will be in Arlington Hill.
The Bangor Advance - June 30, 1916

http://boards.rootsweb.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.michigan.counties.vanburen/2812/mb.ashx


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