|Birth: ||Dec. 19, 1865|
|Death: ||Dec. 2, 1940|
Well Known Dallas City
Man Dies at Hospital
After Year's Illness
Funeral services for Milton Mc-
Clellan Mortlanld, 74, Dallas City
resident, who died at the Bradford
hospital yesterday morning at 10:30
o'clock will be held at the home
Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.
Ill for a year, his condition had
been serious for the past few
months. He was admitted to the
hospital a week ago yesterday.
Well known in Dallas City, he
had many friends and was a member
of Tuna Lodge No. 411,I.O.O.F.,
and the K.O.T.M.. of Bradford.
He was born in Butler county
December 19, 1865 and came to this
section during the early oil excitement
and settled in Dallas City
where he has since resided. He was
foremen on the George A. Potter
leases for 32 years and continued to
act as foreman after the property
was sold to Sloan and Zook company.
Surviving him are his wife; five
daughters, Mrs. Robert Landers,
Mrs. Clarence Wright and Mrs. Corwin
Knapp, all of Bradford, Mrs
Waldo Foster of Little Genesse, N.
Y. and Esther at home; one son,
Joseph G. Mortland, at home; 10
grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. U.
G. Varner of Henretta, Okla. and
one brother, Herbert W. Mortland
of New Salem, Pa.
The McAllister Funeral home is
in charge of arrangements.
BRADFORD ERA, 12-3-1940, pg 16
Nora Burns Mortland*
Ruth M Mortland Landers (1889 - 1958)*
Esther A Mortland (1895 - 1977)*
Oak Hill Cemetery
Created by: SRGF
Record added: Dec 02, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81412105
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