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Author:   Ancestry.com
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Notes
a. Note:   Anna Marian Van Horn 1897-1911
  Jon Saunders - Feb 17, 2012   View | Viewers Categories: Rev. Theodore Julian Van Horn Officiating, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary, Welton, Iowa     "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 70, No 25, p 799, June 19, 1911. In Milton, Wis., June 2, 1911, Anna Van Horn, in the fourteenth year of her age. She was the oldest child of Alvah M. and Mabel Curtis Van Horn, born in Welton, Iowa., July 7, 1897.   She was baptized and joined the Milton Seventh-day Baptist Church in March, 1909, along with a large number of her young friends and classmates.   For a number of years she had been bravely and cheerfully making the losing fight against the dread disease diabetes.   But neither the skill of the physicians nor all that the love of father and mother could suggest, could stay the advances of the malady. Farewell services were held from the home on Sunday afternoon, a large number of her young friends and relatives, and sympathizing neighbors of the family being present.   The home was beautifully decorated with flowers and the casket covered with wreathes of flowers.   In the absence of Pastor Randolph, Rev. T. J. Van Horn, assisted by Pres. W. C. Daland, conducted the services.     T. J. V.


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