Edith S. French, 62, Forest Hills road, rural route four, died
in her home about 4 am. today following a long illness.
in Leaf River, Ill., Aug. 8, 1880, she was the widow of William
French, who died in 1925. She had been a Rockford resident for
the last 19 years.
three daughters, Mrs. Alvernon
Antrobus, Mrs. Thelma
Stephenson and Mrs. Margaret
Rasmussen, all of Rockford; three grandchildren, one great
grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Eva
Stenger and Mrs. Inez
Lutz, and two brothers, Leon
and Joel Kuntzelman, all
services will be held at the Fred C. Olson mortuary, 1001 2nd
Avenue, at 1:30 p.m. Monday, the Rev. Dudley Uphoff of Bethany
Presbyterian church, Loves Park, officiating, with burial in Cedar
may call at the mortuary from 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
R. FRENCH WEDS
Kuntzelman's 2nd husband]
[assume from The Republic]
R. French, an employe of The Republic as a linotype operator,
and Mrs. Edith S. Thomas of Mt. Morris, Ill., were united in marriage
Wednesday afternoon by Judge Fred E. Carpenter of the county court.
They will reside at 614 Eleventh st.
French is a practical nurse. For a number of years she has resided
in Mt. Morris where she has many friends. Her former home was
near Leaf River, Ill.
has lived in Rockford for seventeen years. The past four years
he has been in the employ of The Republic [offered
by Thelma Thomas Livingston/Carole Ann Heller]
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