Mrs. E. B. Lemann Laid To Rest in Ritzville Cemetery
After a residence of 25 years in Adams county and for the last nine years this city, Mrs. E. B. Lemman was called home last Saturday afternoon. She had been in poor health for a year but her final illness lated only three weeks.
Mrs. Lemman was born in Ontario, Canada and came to this country 25 years ago. She was 70 years of age last August. Besides a husband, she is survived by two sons, E. R. and G. H. Lemman. One son, Edgar was killed in the Wellington slide on the Great Northern last winter.
Funeral services were conducted at the late home Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. She was a believer in the Zion Watchtowner faith and a minister of that faith, Rev. Mr. Field, of Spokane, preached the funeral sermon. Mr. Lemmon is a Mason, and Ritzville Lodge No. 101 attended the services. Burial was in the Ritzville cemetery.
Dr. L. N. Davis, a brother of Mrs. Lemman, accompanied by his wife,, arrived here a few hours before the sick woman lost consciousness and was able to talk with her. A cousin, C. S. Kinch of Sprague, also was here for the funeral
The Washington State Journal & Ritzville Times, Thursday January 19, 1911 Courtsey of Sue Gardner & gapwork90
Husband Edwin Lemman born 1841 MI Death Unk.
Edgar Lemman (1863 - 1910)*
Eugene R. Lemman (1867 - 1925)*
George H. Lemman (1874 - 1948)*
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