|Birth: ||Mar. 3, 1844|
|Death: ||Oct. 6, 1917|
Mille Lacs County
Mrs. William Marsh died at her
home on Saturday Oct 6, from
The funeral service was held Wed-
nesday afternoon at 2:30 from Blue
Hill Methodist church by Rev. James
A. Geer. Music was provided by the
quartet from the Princeton Methodist
church, and the remains were laid to
rest in the Blue Hill cemetery.
Elizabeth Marsh was born March
3, 1844, in Harrison county, Ohio.
When a mere child of thirteen sum-
mers she came from her native state
with her parents to Wisconsin. Forty-
seven years ago the deceased, then
Miss Elizabeth Hull, became the help-
mate of William Marsh. Seven years
later the young couple came to Min-
nesota and settled in Blue Hill, where
they lived until thirteen years ago,
when they moved to Princeton.
Mrs. Marsh was the mother of twelve
children, but only one survives.
She was a devout christian and faith-
ful member of the Methodist Episcopal
church. No higher praise can be
offered than to say that she was
a good mother and true Christian
"Blessed are the dead who die
in the Lord, for they rest from their
labors and their works do follow."
Those who survive are William Marsh,
the husband; Everett, the only
living son, and Michael Hull of Wis-
consin, the only surviving brother.
Princeton UNION October 11, 1917
MARSH, ELIZABETH ANN
Date of Birth: na
Place of Birth: na
Mother Maiden Name: na
Date of Death: 06 Oct 1917
County of Death: MILLE LACS
Blue Hill Cemetery
Created by: Judy Howard
Record added: Nov 04, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 100184672
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