Clipped From The Times Herald
Croswell. Sept. 19 Funeral ser-Ticet ser-Ticet ser-Ticet for Mrs. Mary L. Long. 9 2, rho died at the home of her son, John B. Long at 3 p.m. Saturday. hoi at the home at 2 p.m. Holiday. Elder William Davis, pas- pas- STof he "litter Day Saint church Al-rteiLtea Interment was in the dciatea. imerii ?i Ung cemeierj. t.....-n t.....-n t.....-n Mrs. Long was uorn in OnU ilay 22. 1S36 and moved here han 9 vnunsr woman. She was one of the pioneers of Lexington township. She was active for her years and kept house for her sons. George and Samuel, at their farm north east of Croswell until about six weeks ago. Surviving are the following children: children: John Long of Croswell; tiforge. Samuel and Elmer Long, of Lexineton township: Robert J. Long, of Lexington: Austin Long. Port Huron and a daughter. Mrs. William Galen, of Detroit. who wm with her mother at the time of her death.