Phillip Eli  [Ernest] Van Blaricom

Phillip Eli [Ernest] Van Blaricom

Birth
Shelby County, Ohio, USA
Death 30 Jun 1925 (aged 84)
Todd County, Minnesota, USA
Burial Long Prairie, Todd County, Minnesota, USA
Memorial ID 19595296 · View Source
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SON OF DAVID , MARY ANN [REED] VAN BLARICOM. HUSBAND OF:
[1] ROXIE J. BAILEY MARR 3 FEB 1864 WATERVILLE MN
B] ABT 1844 SAUK CENTRE MN DIED 5 MAR 1874:DUAGHTER OF STEPHEN BAILEY HARRIET J. SMITH
SIX CHILRDEN:

HARRIETT,WILLIAM, FRANKLIN, ABRAHAM, SAMUEL,JOHN

[2] MARY MATILDA YARNO DIED CANCER OF THE LIVER
8 CHILDREN

NORTHERN UNION REAPER
Hutchinson, Minnesota, July 28,1925

Van Blaricom, Philip E. died at his
old home in Todd County, near Long
Prairie, Tuesday morning, May 30th
at the age of 84 years; 9 months and
25 days.
Brother Van Blaricom was born October
5th, 1840, in Shelbea County,
Ohio, whence in 1845 with his parents
he went to Indiana. In 1855 they
moved to Le Suer County, Minnesota.
Brother Van Blaricom served his
country in the Civil War, belonging to
the First Regiment of Minnesota
Mounted Rangers. He was dipchai-gid
in St. Paul in 1863.
In 1864 he was married to Roxy
Bailey and to them were born six children,—
Mrs. Hattie Zuberbier, William.
Frank. .Abraham. Taylor, and
John Van Blaricom. Mrs. Van Blaricom
died in 1874.
In 1873 Brother Van Blaricom took
as a homestead the farm where he resvlpd
urtil the day of b ; « death. In
1879 he was married to Mary Matilda
Yarno, and to them were born eight
children,— P. C. and Ernest Van Blaricom,
Mrs. Mattie Gritzmacher, Mrs.
Minnie Sultz, Ray and Noble Van Blaricom,
Mrs. Grace Miller, and Mrs.
Nellie Brooks.
Many years ago Brother and Sister
Van Blaricom accepted the truth under
the labors of Elder W. B. Hill.
Much of the time since then they have
been without church privileges and the
association of others of like faith, and
there have no doubt been times of discouragement,
but surely to one to
whom has come the light of the Message,
it must still be the "Blessed
Hope" in the hour of need.
The funeral service was conducted
at the home, and words of coirfort
and admonition were spoken, jased upon
John 11:28, "The Master is come
and calleth for thee." E. L. Sheldon


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  • Created by: Sue Walkemeyer
  • Added: 29 May 2007
  • Find a Grave Memorial 19595296
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Phillip Eli [Ernest] Van Blaricom (5 Oct 1840–30 Jun 1925), Find a Grave Memorial no. 19595296, citing Evergreen Cemetery, Long Prairie, Todd County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by Sue Walkemeyer (contributor 46846112) .