William E. (Ed) Harlow
ED HARLOW, 73, WEBBER TOWNSHIP FARMER, DIES
William E. (Ed) Harlow, well known retired farmer, died at his home
in Bluford at 4 p.m. Thursday. His age was 73 years, eight months
and 10 days. Before his retirement, Mr. Harlow had farmed in Webber
township for fifty years. He was born in Jefferson county March 30, 1869,
the son of John H. And Mary (TUCKER) Harlow. On December 27, 1891, he was
united in marriage with Mattie CLIFTON, who survives. Had he lived until
December 27, they would have observed the 51 anniversary of their marriage.
Mr. Harlow had been a member of the Harmony Baptist Church since 1921.
Besides his widow, he is survived by six sons, William P. of Popular, Montan;
Neal R., of Nebraska; Dana A. Of Cincinnati, Ohio; Arthur of Yhutat, Alaska;
Harry of Camp Hahn, California, and Glenn, and three daughters, Mrs. Dana ASHER
of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Nora WARD of Bluford and Mrs. Ethel MONTAGUE of Mt. Vernon.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at Harmony Baptist church, conducted by
the Rev. Cyrus MAULDING, and burial will be in Harmony cemetery. The body will lie in
state at Myers' Chapel until the funeral hour.
Typed as printed, corrections follow:
There was no son named Dana. The information about their daughter Dana is correct.