Randolph County, Indiana
The Muncie Star
Farmland, April 13, 1907. -- Hanna E. Mark, 52, wife
of L. B. Mark, a well-known traveling man, is dead. Mrs. Mark
has been a resident of Indianapolis for twenty years and is known by many
people, especially the Central Avenue church, of which she is a member.
She died at 2:19 p.m. Friday. Funeral services at Woodlawn cemetery, near
here, Monday at 1:30 p.m.
April 14, 1907
Contributed by Gina Richardson
A Randolph County Area Newspaper
MARK, Mrs. Mary Jane,
wf/o Rev. Moses Mark b. Goffet Co. Md. Nov. 25, 1821-d. Mar. 30, 1880 ae 58y 4m 5d. She came with her father as her mother died leaving her and a brother. She came to Ohio and made her home with an Uncle, James Eva (Evans?). She m. at age 16 to Moses Mark, they were m. 42yrs, they had 4 children, 1 dt and 1 son dec'd, the oldest son died at Corinthe, Miss.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah
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