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Last known owner, Mrs. Leroy Layson, Crawfordsville.
Inscription: Presented to Mr. & Mrs. Wheat Bratton from their only sister, Inez Bratton.
Fannie May Faust and Edison Wheat Bratton Nov 25, 1903
Miriam Delphine Bratton and Leroy Layson Jan 25, 1930
Wanita Kathleen Bratton and Paul A. White July 23, 1948
Katharine Francis Mackline Faust b. April 15, 1841 Lancaster, Fairfield Co, Ohio daughter of Joseph and Phoebe Mackline.
Joseph Faust b. Jan 28, 1836 son of Benjamin and Anne Faust
Wanita Kathleen Bratton b. Aug 19, 1904
Miriam Delphine Bratton b. July 25, 1908
Fannie May Faust Bratton b. July 28, 1880
Edison Wheat Bratton b.Sept. 29, 1882
Katharine Francis Mackline Faust d. April 18, 1911 Crawfordsville 2:30 a.m.
Lydia Mackline Wolf d. Oct 24, 1925 (3 a.m.)
Fannie May Faust Bratton d. Jan 14, 1943 at her home, Crawfordsville.
Joseph Faust 1926
Edison Wheat Bratton d. Feb 7, 1970
Paul Arnold White d. Dec 2, 1952
Leroy Layson d. April 23, 1976
The following obituary was pinned in the bible on the page with the deaths.
Catherine Francis Mackline was born near Lancaster, Fairfield Co, Ohio April 15, 1841. Departed this life April 18, 1911, aged 70 years and 3 days. She was united in marriage to Jospeh Foust March 9, 1876. To this union one child was born, Mrs. Wheat Bratton. She was of a family of 12 children and of these are still living to mourn her loss, two brothers and three sisters who live in and near Lancaster, Ohio. Besides she is survived by her husband, daughter and two granddaughters, besides other relatives and numerous friends. Sister Foust was converted when quite young and became a member of the United Brethern Church and die din the triumphs of the faithful. She has been a sufferer for the last two years, but the last four months there has been a gradual decline until death. Thru it all she was patient and without murmuring awaited the end. Naturally of a cheerful disposition she had many friends who enjoyed her hospitality and friendship. But our loss will be her eternal gain and with sad hearts we must say today, "Father, they will be done."