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Samuel T Adams


Posted By: Jennie Williams Pahls (email)
Date: 10/12/2020 at 13:43:23


Samuel T. Adams, a resident of this city for thirty-four years, died at his home, 509 North First avenue, at 12:20 this morning, of heart trouble and dropsy. Mr. Adams has been an invalid for seventeen years, and has been a patient sufferer. The end came on the 75th anniversary of the deceased's birth.

Mr. Adams was a native of Elkton, O., and was of Quaker parentage. He was married to Lucina Stanton at Columbus, Sept. 20, 1863, and with his family came to this city in 1863. Mr. Adams was a tailor by trade, having been engaged in the merchant tailoring business prior to his removal to this city. Of late years, on account of ill health, he has been unable to engage in active business. He was naturally of a very retiring disposition, and his greatest pleasure was with his family and in his books.

Mr. Adams is survived by his wife and two daughters, Misses Mollie and Ella Adams, both of this city. The former has been identified with the M.F. Andrews store for some time, and the latter a teacher in the public schools. He had one brother, of whom there is no knowledge as he has not been heard from for several years.

The funeral service will be held from the residence Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock, interment will be in Riverside.

--Evening Times-Republican, June 13, 1906, Wednesday, page 7


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