MARY AGNES (DIEHL) HICKLE

Obituary.

Mary Agnes Diehl was born in Bedford county, Pa., Jan. 2, A. D., 1850, was baptized in infancy by Rev. Matthew Irvin, was confirmed a member of the Reformed church in 1854 by Rev. Henry Heckerman, and came with her parents to Fulton county, Ill., in '65. Nov. 15th, '72, she married John A. Hickle, to which union were born ten children, five girls and five boys, of whom one preceeded her to the future world. Nine children, with her husband, three grandchildren, her aged parents, five brothers and one sister, and a host of relatives and friends are left to mourn her departure. After being bed-ridden a full year, lacking four days, with severe suffering, she quietly passed away with a full assurance of a blessed immortality, Jan. 13, 1901. The funeral was conducted by Rev. C. E. Freeman and interment at the Ipava cemetery.

Published in the Astoria Search Light on 1/17/1901

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Obituary.

Mary Agnes Diehl was born in Bedford county, Pa., January 2, A. D. 1850, was baptized in infancy by Rev. Matthew Irwin, and confirmed a member of the Reformed church in 1864 by Rev. Hickerman. She came with her parents to Fulton county, Ill., in 1756 [1856], and on Nov. 15, 1872, she was married to John A. Hickle, to which union ten children were born, five girls and five boys of whom one preceded her to the other world.

Nine children, three grandchildren, her husband and her aged parents, five brothers and one sister and a host of relatives and friends are left to mourn her departure.

After being bed ridden a full year lacking four days with severe suffering she quietly passed away with a full assurance of a blessed mortality, January 13, 1901. Funeral was conducted by Rev. C. E. Freeman, the interment being at the Ipava cemetery.

Published in the Astoria Argus on 1/17/1901

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