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Andrew James Kime
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Birth: May 28, 1859
Somerset County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: May 17, 1948
Wayne County
Michigan, USA

Married Esther Nettie Bleam
Married Lottie Bedell

Edna Mae Kime
Jessie Kime
Glenn Kime
Claire Kime

Kime.- Andrew Kime was born in Somerset Co., Pa., May 28, 1859; passed away at his home, Detroit, Mich., May 17, 1948; aged 88 y. 11 m. 19 d. He moved with his parents to Michigan, where he was united in marriage to Hetty Bleam, who preceded him in death on June 30, 1893. He was later married to Lottie Bedell, who survives. Also surviving are 4 children (Jesse, Glen, and Clare, of Detroit; Edna-Mrs. Elmer Miller, Clarkesville, Mich.), 8 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, one brother (Peter Keim, Johnstown, Pa.), and one sister (Mrs. Lydia Towns, Clarksville, Mich.). About six weeks before his death he was baptized, in bed. Although strong and clear-minded for a man of his age, he had not been entirely well for seven or eight years. Funeral services were conducted by Frank B. Raber in Detroit on May 19 and at the Clarksville Mennonite Church on May 20. Interment was made in the Mennonite Cemetery at Clarksville.
Gospel Herald - Volume XLI, Number 26 - June 29, 1948, pages 622, 623

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  Esther Bleam Kime (1862 - 1893)
Mennonite Cemetery
Kent County
Michigan, USA
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Record added: Dec 10, 2011
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Andrew James Kime
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Andrew James Kime
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