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The following Obit was given to me by Karen Krugman  Her email address is

                                                             miprofgenie@wwnet.net

                                                Ferdinald Eschtruthe 

 


Ferdinand Eschtruth, born in Russia Township,. this county, Oct. 19, 1849, died at his home here Nov.22, 1910 after a week's illness, aged 61 years.
Funeral services were held Sat. & internment in Cleveland Street Cemetery.Rev's English and Harding officiating.
He is survived by his widow & only daughter, Mrs. Parsons, and the following brothers and sisters:
Frank and John of Sheffield, Henry of Michigan, Mrs. Anton Dute', Mrs. Julie Dute', Mrs. Kate Bailey of Sheffield and Mrs. Henry Monroe of Hold, Michigan.
He was a long long resident of this locality and for the past 12 years had been a faithful employee of O.H.Baker, who has the kindest words to speak of his faithfulness and attention to duty during the time he was employed by him. As a citizen he was genrally liked and enjoyed the friendship and esteem of people here. There was a large attendance at the funeral and many pleasant words were spoken of the commendable life he had spent.

 

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