Etc. -- Mahlon Culver's 1917 obituaries
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A lightly edited partial transcript of the Bloomsburg column on page 8 of the 1 Nov 1917 issue of Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

It is our sad duty to chronicle the death of an old and respected former resident of this place in the person of Mahlon Culver, who died at the advanced aged of 95 years at the home of his son Glenn Culver, of Delhi on Saturday last.

The funeral was held Tuesday from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charlie Robinson to the Bloomsburg Cemetery. 

 

A lightly edited transcript of a item on page 7 of the 1 Nov 1917 issue of Simcoe Reformer.

Mr. Mahlon Culver, whose death at Delhi is chronicled by our Bloomsburg correspond [above] had reached the great age of 95.

He had been all his life exempt from any serious disease and retained all his faculties practically until the last. He was ill only about four days.

He is survived by five daughters and two sons. The children are: Mrs. Charles Robinson of Buffalo, 
Mrs. Austin of the same city, 
Mrs. A. Robinson of Saskatchewan, 
Mrs. Frank of Detroit, Mrs. W. E. Baker of St. Thomas, 
Glen of Delhi and Ansley of Simcoe, with whom he had lived for some time previous to going to Delhi.
 
 

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