Fulton Co. Obituaries


IN MEMORY OF:
Harriet Eliza Pusch
BORN
November 2, 1913
PASSED AWAY
February 10, 1973
FUNERAL SERVICE
Tuesday, February 13, 1973, 3:00 P.M.
First United Mathodist Church
of Lake Alfred
CLERGY OFFICIATING
Rev. Ray Stover
INTERMENT
Oak Grove Cemetery
ARRANGEMENTS BY
Genest Lake Alfred Funeral Home
Lake Alfred, Florida

O' Divine Master, grant that
I may not so much seek
To be consoled, as to console
To be understood, as to understand
To be loved, as to love; for
It is in the giving that we receive.
It is in the pardoning that we
are pardoned.
It is in dying that we are born
to Eternal Life.


Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


"JAMES H. WEIR DIES AT 76 YEARS"

James Harold Weir, 76, Noblesville-White Oak community, a native of Fulton County and a retired farmer, died in Riverview hospital at 6:45 p.m. today in Noblesville where he has been a resident 11 years in his son Joel's home.
He was a member of the Whippoorwill Community church near Richlnad Center in Fulton county although he had attended the Fisher's Methodist church while a resident of the Hamilton county community. He was a member of Rochester's Americam Legion Post No. 36.
He was the son of George and Sarah Mow Weir born in Fulton county July 25, 1889. He was married to Anna Kerler Sept. 2, 1919 in Fulton county. She preceded him in death in Oct. 1948. Survivors include his son; four grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Herbert Berthal Wilhelm, Hammond and two brothers, Herman and Howard, both of R.F. 3, Rochester.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Foster and Good funeral home in Rochester with the Rev. Walter Meacham officiating. Burial will be in the Richland Center IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Thursday.

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"MRS. JAMES WEIR DIES AT HOME"
"Mrs. Anna Gertrude Weir, 51, died at 9:55 p.m. Thursday at her home in Richland Township after a serious illness of four weeks.
Born Sept. 5, 1897, in Fulton County, she was the daughter George and Lydia Kerler. A life resident of the neighborhood, she married Sept., 1919, near Akron to James Harold Weir who survives.
Other survivors include a son Joel of Greenfield, a granddaughter, Kathryn Sue, and a sister, Mrs. Dollie Gleen MOW of Moses Lake, Wash.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Foster funeral home with the Rev. Boyd Zoeller officiating. Burial will be in the Richland Center IOOF Cemetery. The body remains at the funeral home.
In respect of Mrs. Weir's wishes, the family requests that flowers be omitted. Those who would remember her in that fashion are asked to make a donation to Mrs. Kathryn Murphy, Fulton County chairman of the Cancer Relief Fund."

Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


"LEO MOW, 63, DIES SUDDENLY"

"Funeral service will be Friday at 2 p.m. in the Richland Center Methodist church for Leo Clark Mow, 63, who died suddenly at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Woodlawn hospital. He resided north of the city on U.S. 31. Burial will be in the Richland Center cemetery. Friends may call at the Foster and Good funeral home. The body will lie in state at the church one hour before the service.
Born March 22, 1895, in Fulton county, he was the son of Marion and Eva Mow. He was married April 20, 1918, in Richland township to Esther Marie Burkett, who survives. Mr. Mow was a member of the Fulton County Conservation Club, the Grandview EUB church, the Manitou Moose lodge and the Fulton County Farm Bureau.
Also surviving are a daughter; Mrs. Helen McGriff, R.R.3, Rochester; three sons, Edward, R.R.3, Rochester; Robert, Angola; William, at home; six grandchildren; two brothers, Clayton, R.R.3, Rochester, and Dean, R.R.5, of Rochester. Two brothers preceded him in death.

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"ESTHER MOW"

"Mrs. Esther M. Mow, 80, 916 Monroe street, died at 11:30 p.m. Sunday at her home. She had been ill for several years.
Mrs. Mow was born Oct. 29, 1896, in Fulton county to William and Martha Audgeon Burkett. She married Leo C. Mow April 20, 1918; he died in 1958. She was a member of Grace United Methodist church.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Roy McGriff, Rochester; two sons, William, Rochester, and Robert, Angola; a brother, Walter Burkett, Rochester; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A son, Edward, preceded in death.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Foster and Good funeral home with the Rev. Frederick G. Kuebler officiating. Burial will be in the Richland Center, IOOF cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday from 3 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 9 a.m. until time of service."

Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


Obituary from Plymouth, IN Newspaper.
SARAH WARREN WINCHESTER, KY

"Sarah Hettie O'Dell Warren, 97, of Winchester Manor died at 6:40 a.m. Friday, April 22, 1994, at Clark Regional Medical Center.
She was born Aug. 17, 1896, in Laurel Co., KY, to William Franklin and Margaret (Phelps) O'Dell.
She was married to Russell Nelson Warren. She also was a member of the Park Place Methodist Church, Jeffersonville, IN.
She is survived by three sons: Charles Warren of Decatur, GA; Walter Warren of Lombard, IL; and Orville Warren of Tulsa, OK.
Other survivors include two sisters, Callie Opal Williams of Plymouth and Lillie Houston of Ocala, FL; and one brother, Hubert Delmar O'Dell of Warsaw.
Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m Friday at the New Oakhill Chapel in Plymouth with the Rev. John Thrasher officiating. Burial will take place in New Oakhill Cemetery. The VanGilder Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements".

Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


" ROBERT O'DELL

Robert A. O'Dell, 53, former Richland Center and Argos resident, died unexpectedly Saturday evening at his residence in Dayton, Ohio.
He was born Oct. 1, 1921, at Richland Center to John and Sarah Marshall O'dell. He had resided in Ohio since 1949, moving from Argos. He was a veteran of World War II and a member of the Dayton American Legion. He was a lab supervisor at Wright Patterson Air Force Base at Dayton.
Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Sarah O'Dell, and one brother, Gilbert O'Dell, both of Argos.
Final rites will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Grossman funeral home in Argos. The Rev Frank Valeriano will officiate. Cremation will be at the Riverview cemetery in South Bend. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Memorials may be made to the Knightstown Soldiers and Sailors Home."

Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


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"CLYDE MOW DIES IN FORT WAYNE"

"Clyde Mow. 64, died suddenly at 4 p.m. today at the Fort Wayne Veterans Hospital, where he had been a patient for one week.
The deceased was born in Richland township Feb. 8, 1888, son of Marion and Eva Mow. He has resided on a farm on R.R. 3 practically all of his life.
He is survived by the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Kindig, Elkart; Mrs. George Koons, Montpelier, Ind.; a stepson, Leon Leffert; several brothers, nieces and nephews.
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"CLYDE MOW RITES AT 2 P.M. SUNDAY"


"Funeral services for Charles Clyde Mow, 64, will be held at 2:30 p.m. (DST) Sunday at the Richland Center Church. The Rev. Edith Bruner will officiate. Burial will be in Richland Center Cemetery.
The deceased died suddenly early Friday morning at the Veterans Adminstration hospital in Ft. Wayne. He had been ill eight months, suffering from complications.
Born on a farm in Richland Township, Feb. 8, 1888, he was the son of Marion and Eva Mow. He was united in marriage Nov. 5, 1921 with Leona Leffert, who survives. Mr. Mow was a life long resident of the Whipporwill neighborhood where he was interested in farming.
He was a veteran of World War 1 and served with Co....103rd Engineer regiment in France." (There is a large ink blot over the word following "Co.")
"Other survivors are two daughters, Josephine Kindig, Elkart; Geraldine Koons, Montpelier; a stepson, Leon Leffert, Argos, three brothers, Leo, Dean and Clayton Mow, all of Rochester.
The body was removed at noon today from the Foster funeral home to the residence, R.R. 3, where friends may call."

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"LEONE MOW"

"Leone Mow, 88, of Rt. 3, Rochester, died at 6:17 a.m. Sunday at Miller's Merry Manor Nursing Home in Plymouth, where she had been a patient for five years.
She was born July 21, 1894 in Fulton County to Alvah and Lena Fieser Miller. She was married Oct. 21, 1914 to Mathias Leffert, who died Oct. 1, 1918. She was married Nov. 5, 1921 to Clyde Mow, who died Sept, 12, 1952. A lifelong resident of the area, she was a member of the Richland Center Methodist Church.
Surviving are a son, Leon Leffert, Indianapolis; two daughters, Geraldine Koons, Montpelier, Ind., and Josephine Kindig, Elkart; a daughter-in-law with whom she made her home, Jeanette Leffert, Argos; nine grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren, a sister, Kathryn McGrogan, Niles, Mich., and a brother, Carl S. Miller, South Bend.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Grossman Funeral Home in Argos with the Rev. Sam Overmyer officiating. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and on Wednesday until time of service. Memorials may be made to the Richland Center United Methodist Church or the Salvation Army.

Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


NEWSPAPER OBITUARY
(sent to compiler by Wilma FOLTZ)

"Ex deputy 'Don' O'Dell
dies unexpectedly here


Donald L. (Butch) O'Dell. 57, R.R.5, Rochester, former Fulton county chief deputy sheriff, died unexpectedly at 10:55 p.m. Tuesday shortly after admittance to Woodlawn Hospital. He had became ill earlier in the evening at his residence in the Four Seasons mobile home court.
Mr. O'Dell was chief deputy sheriff here from Jan. 1, 1967 until his resignation Aug.1, 1969. He was the first man appointed by Sheriff Homer Carr following Carr's election in November of 1966.
Following his departure from the sheriff's office, Mr. O'Dell spent fulltime as tuner and renovator of pianos and was on call with the Akron police department.
Last year, as break-ins and burglaries reached an epidemic level in Rochester and Fulton county, Mr. O'Dell established a merchant police operation. He also was appointed Fulton town marshall. He was an unsuccessful candidate in last May's primary elections for the Republican nomination as sheriff, losing to Carr.
Before becoming deputy sheriff, Mr. O'Dell served four years with the Mishawaka police department and also worked for 10 years as a meat cutter for the former Morris grocery when it was located at the present Zimmerman Pastries quarters on Main St. He also had been a meat cutter at the IGA supermarket in Argos.
Mr. O'Dell was widely known in Fulton and nearby counties as a bass player with the former Huck Finn musical combo and with other groups.
Born April 14, 1913 in Rensselaer, he was the son of John and Mary Johnson O'Dell. His marriage was Jan. 6, 1934, in Culver, to Erma M. Fletcher, who survives. Mr. O'Dell had lived the majority of his life in this area with the exception of 14 years in Mishawaka.
Also surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Gene (Patty) Rowe, Argos; three sons, Darrell. of Argos; Gary L., of South Bend, and Seaman Wade, in the U.S. Navy; 11 grandchildren; five brothers, Frank O'Dell, in Florida; Ernest, of South Bend; John and Simeon, both of Mishawaka, and Leonard, San Jancento, Cal. One sister and a brother preceded in death.
Final rites are tentatively set for 2 p.m. Friday in the Foster and Good funeral home. The Rev. Jacob Waechter will officiate. Burial will be in the Richland Center IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Thursday."

Compiled by:Ann & Ernie Grubb


Closed His Mortal Life this Forenoon
Thursday's Daily
The deceased was born in Beaver county, Pa., April 5, 1819, which makes him at his death nearly 81 years of age.
Jacob Whittenberger, for the past half century has been one of Fulton county's well known citizens.
His parents came to Indiana in 1837, but Jacob remained at Cleveland, Ohio, to learn to be a cabinte maker. In 1840 he was united in marriage with Miss Mary Supinger, and the same year they came to Fulton county and settled at Akron, where he soon after built the residence he has occupied from that time to this.
From 1855 to 1870 he was a prosperous merchant at Akron and has since succesfully engaged in farming.
He united with the Methodist Church in 1837 and was some years afterward ordained a local minister. Mrs. Whittenberger died in 1855 and her six children have also gone to the higher life.
In 1856 Mr. Whittenberger was united in marriage with Mrs. Mary Shelt and to them were born two daughters who are now Mrs. M.L. Noyer and Mrs. Geo. K. Brundige.
He also served for many years as justice of the peace, and was postmaster at Akron for eight years. For more than a quarter of a century he was an active Odd Fellow and during that time was called to many prominent positions.
Jacob Whittenberger was universally recognized to be a good man, a valuable citizen and a useful neighbor, and during his earthly pilgrimage accomplished much good for humanity.
The funeral services will be conducted at Akron Sunday forenoon.

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Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


Stephen Whittenberger of Near Akron Passed Away Wednesday Evening
Stephen Whittenberger died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Harter, one mile northwest of Akron, Wednesday night.
Mr. Whittenberger was one of the pioneer residents of Fulton County and was a member of the Whittenberger family which settled in the Akron neighborhood in the early days, and has been identified with the progress of that community ever since. Mr. Whittenberger was born in Beaver county, Pa., March 13, 1829, and consequently was near 73 years of age at the time of death. He was a son of William and Joanna Whittenberger, and moved with the family from Pennsylvania to Medina county, Ohio, in 1831. Five years later the family moved to Fulton county, making the trip by wagon. Here they have since resided and enjoyed the esteem of the entire community.
Mr. Whittenberger;s wife, preceded him in death years ago and his daughter, Mrs. John Harter, is the only surviving child.
The funeral services will be conducted at the Harter home, Sunday, at 10 a.m., Rev. M.H. Krauss officiating. Burial will be made at I.O.O.F. cemetary at Akron.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


Monday's Daily
Four hack loads of Odd Fellows went to Akron, yesterday, to attend the funeral of Rev. Jacob Whittenberger, and many went in private conveyances. In addition to these very many friends and fellow citizens in attendance from various parts of the county and from adjoining counties, all to do honor to one of Fulton county's noble citizens. The deceased was not only a remarkable man in many respects but he was one of a remarkable family. He was the second son of a family of ten sons and one daugher, and he is the second to pass to the higher life. Mrs. Dr. Harter, at Akron, is the only daughter. Only a part of the great body of people who attended the funeral services could be accommodated with seats at the church, but the day was fair and a vast audience of men remained out side. He will be greatly missed by the relatives and friends, but he had lived out his days of usefulness and departed at a ripe old age.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


Abram J. Whittenberger died last ______ at the farm home east of Claypool at the age of 82 yers, 6 months and 3 days. The remains were brought to Akron, Monday afternoon. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Jones, of Anderson, and interment in I.O.O.F. cemetary. He is survived by four children and aged companion, Mr. Whittenberger was the eighth son of Wm. and Joanna Whittenberger, one of the families that came to Akron the first day of July, 1836, when the Red man were the only residents. The subject of this sketch resided with the parents until young manhood, but kept in touch with his locality all his life, as pioneer memories and family ties were firmly rooted in his affections. Of this remarkable family of ten brothers and one sister, two brothers yet remain and attended the funeral. They are Hiram, the youngest of the ten, a resident of Larwill, Indiana, aged 78 and Daniel, of Akron, aged 88. It was a pathetic scene to see the aged brothers bending in sorrow over the beloved brother who mourned with them April 24 of this year, when their brother Thomas was laid to rest by the side of what is now Abrams tomb.
One noticable feature of this funeral occasion, was the friends and I.O.O.F. lodge were conveyed from Claypook in automobiles. The historical biography gave an account of the pioneer families cutting saplings, making their own road as they traveled from Medina county, Ohio, in 1836. Also in 1849 Mr. Whittenberger and brother Thomas, Wm. Sippy, George McCloud and another comrade journeyed to the Pacific coast and located at Marysville, California. They made the journey with an oxen team over the Rockies, through the prairies and the desert land. Two of the company lived to return to the beloved homeland. Mr. McCloud died and was buried in the desert. It is truly remarkable that one life time should be long enough to witness such changes. In the way of travel from the brush cutting to the automobile. Mr. Whittenberger was a man of very even temperment, always extending hospitality and assistance to every one, and when in health, was unusually active in chuch and lodge matters.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


Death of a Pioneer Lady - Mrs. John Whittenberger
Cordelia L. Hurlburt was born in Genesee county New York, July 26, 1834; at the age of three years moved with her parents to Indiana. She was married to John Whittenberger April 14, 1859, and with him moved to Peru, Indiana, where they both joined the M.E. Church the same year. They resided at Peru till November 1877, when she with her husband, three sons, Milton and Percy, of St. Elmo Colorado, Herb E.W., of Stratford, Ontario, and three daughers, Mrs. W.L. Ragsdale, of Newton Kansas, Mrs. F.M. McDonald, of St. Elmo Colorado, and Mrs. Mabel Purcell of LaCrosse, are left to mourn the loss of a kind and affectionate wife and mother. While they deeply feel their loss and mourn for their loved one, they know that their loss was her gain.
Mrs. John Whittenberger departed this life by lingering consumption last Saturday, May 8, at 11 o'clock a.m., surrounded by husband, children, a brother, neighbors and friends. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J.F. Johnson at 10 o'clock Monday at the M.E. church in this city. A large delegation of acquaintances of the family from both town and country attended the last sad rites at the church and LaCrosse cemetary. The floral offerings, procured from the city of Denver, were beautiful. The deceased _______ Christian lady of ___________.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


Wallace L. Ragsdale was born in Sheridan, Iowa, May 17, 1852. A few years later the family oved to Indiana. In 1875 he came to Newton, going from here to Denver, where he made his home for several years. On May 17, 1880 he was married to Miss Alice Whittenberger, of Rush county, Kansas. To this union were born nine children, two of whom, died in infancy. After his marriage he lived in Denver for a couple of years, then returned to Newton, where he made his home until 1917, since which time he had lived in Denver.
His last illness was of only six days duration. At first it was thought he was suffering from a severe cold, but after two days this developed into pnuemonia. When his condition became critical he was taken to Mercy hospital on Monday morning, but on account of his advanced age and his weakened condition, he was unable to combat the disease, and passed away early Wednesday morning, October 19. During his last illness his only thought was for those about him, trying to spare them in every way possible.
Funeral services were held at the Yeager Mortuary, Firday morning, October 21, conducted by Rev. Robert Hopkin, of the First Congregational church of Denver, and he was laid to rest in Fairmount cemetary.
He is survived by his wife, three sons, Earl of Denver, Gale of Oak Creek, Colorado, and Lawrence of Yamoa, Colorado, four daughters, Mrs. L.T. Gourtey, Mrs. W.H. Deschner and Miss Ethel Ragsdale, of Newton, and Mrs. H.A. Lankford, of Denver, all of whom were present at the funeral, also four grandchildren, and three brothers, T.D. Ragdale of Newton, J.M. Ragsdale of Columbus, Montana and W.H. Ragsdale, of Olathe, Kansas.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


Death of Robert S. Whittenberger
Peru Daily Chronicle; May 27: The community was shocked this morning by the announcement that Robert S. Whittenberger, one of Peru's oldest and most esteemed citizens, had suddenly expired during the night. It was not generally known that he was of but brief duration.
Mr. Whittenberger was a native of Mercer county, Pa., born June 30, 1830, and was hence 66 years, 10 months and 27 days of age. He came with his parents to Akron, Fulton county, this state, in 1837. In 1852 he migrated to California, where he remained six years and then returned to Akron, where on the 20th of December, 1858, he was joined in matrimony with Sarah M. Bowers. They moved to Peru December 25, 1858, and into the house on Eas Fifth Street, where they have since resided. Two children were the fruit of the union - Charles and Bertha, both of whom and their mother survive.
Mr. Whittenberger was engaged in the grocery trade in this city for twenty-five years and in the grain business eighteen years, and was recognized as an upright and sterling citizen.
His death occurred just as the town clock tolled the last stroke of 12 o'clock last night. A week ago he was active about the streets and drove out to his farm, some miles up the Wabash river. His family did not think he was dangerously ill, and his son Charles gave hiim the medicine left by the physician five minutes before he breathed his last.
The funeral services will be conducted at the residence, No. 8 East Fifth street, Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


MRS. McMEANS DEAD
Former Rochester Woman Passed Away at Home in Akron

Mrs. C.E. McMeans died at 10:50 this morning at her home in Akron, after an illness of over a month, from aggraveted liver trouble. Mrs. McMeans will be remembered by many of the older residents of this city as the wife of Dr. C.F. Harter, one of the pioneer residents of this city and a partner of the Dr. Robbins in the practice of his profession and other business enterprises.
Clara E. Whittenberger, only daughter and eleventh children of William and Joanna Whittenberger, was born near Akron about 74 years ago. May 10, 1860, she was united in marriage with Dr. C.F. Harter at Akron, and in 1863 the couple became residents of Rochester, where they took an active part in the social ad business activities of the city. In 1876 the family returned to Akron, where the doctor died some ten years ago. To this union six children were born, two of whom survive: Mrs. Carrie Templeton, an instructor in the public schools at Huntington, and D.W. Harter of Ft. Wayne. Later Mrs. Harter maried C.E. McMeans of Akron, who preceded her in death.
Mrs. McMeans leaves four brothers: Daniel and Thomas Whittenberger of Akron, Abraham Whittenberger of Claypool, and Hiram Whittenberger of Larwill, besides a host of relatives and friends. She was a noble Christian woman and deserved the kindly esteem in which she was held by all who knew her.
The funeral services have not been arranged, but it is known that the burial will be made at the Odd Fellows' cemetary in this city.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


DR. HARTER IS DEAD


Espires from Heart Failure While making a Professional call.

AKRON'S OLDEST DOCTOR


He was Prominent in Medical, Masonic, Political and Business Circles and for many Years one of Fulton County's Foremost Citizens - His Neighbor, Mrs. Day, Dies a similar Death about the same time.

Dr. C.F. Harter, the widely and popularly known Akron physician died suddenly, Monday afternoon, while making a professional call at Henry Huffman's, two and a half miles from Akron. The doctor had been out to the Kroft home to see a patient and was on his way home when he was called in at Henry Huffman's. He was faint and tottering when he entered the house and sank to the floor from an attack of heart failure which had been troubling him for two years. He tried to instruct those about him what to do but was so weak he failed and he was lifted to a lounge. A messenger was huried to Akron for a physician but a half hour before he arrived the kindly life of Dr. Harter had left his body and he was dead.
The remains were removed to the Harter residence, in Akron where the funeral occurred Thursday forenoon, and followed by burial in Odd Fellows cemetary, in Rochester.
Dr. Harter was born in Ohio 66 years ago last Sunday. At the age of 14 he entered an Academy and prepared himself for the medical profession. He graduated from the Ohio Medical College in 1855 and was appointed resident physician of St. John's Hospital, Cincinnati. In 1859 he came to Akron and has been a practicing physician there ever since, except thirteen years residence in this city as a partner of Dr. A.H. Robbins and a grain buyer. In the latter business he met severe financial reverses and in 1876 returned to the practice of medicine at Akron and followed it ever since.
He married Miss Clara Whittenberger and to them seven children were born, three of whom, Misses Carrie and Della and Daniel W. with the wife and mother survive.
Professionally, financially, politically, and socially Dr. Harter was always a conspicuous and active citizen. He made money easily and it frequently got away from him in the same manner. He was always an enthusiastic democrat and for years was one of the leaders of the party in this county. He was a Presbyterian and a Mason and personallyoneof the most genial and companionable of men. In his practice he gave more free service than any doctor in the county and it is said that Dr. Harter has gladdened more homes by his coming than any man who ever practiced medicine in Fulton county. His life has been a busy and useful one and his death brings pangs of sorrow _____________________.

Compiled by:Peter Whittenberger


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