Clipped From The Times Herald
PORT AUSTIN v Mrs. Richard l.nmly passed life Wednesday morning at tiv clock after an illness of about years, being very helpless and patient sufferer for several years Mrs. Lundy whose maiden name Bridget Cunningham was born Vermont, her parents died when this a past was in she was a little child. She was married twice, her first husband husband being John Donaldson, from which union the following children survive: Jennie. Mrs Ketchum. of Stand ward. Wash.: Kmma, Mrs. Met-calf. Met-calf. Met-calf. of Yakima. Wash.: Charles, of 'leveland- 'leveland- She was married to Richard Richard Lundv. 41 years ago. The following following children are left from their union to mourn their mother's death: Richard. James and Joseph, of .De-tioit; .De-tioit; .De-tioit; Mary Ann. .Mrs. Dennis Morgan with whom she lived, of Mr. Lundv's children whom she cared for so well in their infancy and took a mother's place now living are William. Thomas J'hn of Washington and Jennie. Mrs. Bruce of Bay City. Had she lived until Fet. 2. she would have been 72 years oW. Mrs. Lundy was a sincere and devoted Catholic, and bore her illness with christian forbearance, everyone who knew her was a friend ami her children and many friends will deeply mourn her loss Funeral serices conducted bv Rev. Fr. J. iiageus or 1 etroit, assisted by Rev. f'r. S. Skrzyckl were held from St. Michael's '.athoIic church at ten a! in. Saturday.