MRS. EDELBROCK DIES AT CHAPIN HOME
Death Came Friday Afternoon of Heart Disease
Mrs. Mary Edelbrock died at her home in Chapin Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock after a brief illness, heart failure being the cause of death.
Deceased was born in Germany, January 23, 1840 and came to Illinois in 1846. She was united in marriage to John Edelbrock August 10, 1858. To this union six children were born. The husband died many years ago and one daughter, Etta C. Edelbrock died July 4, 1915.
The surviving children are: John Edelbrock of Eudora, Kans., Mrs. Mary Heiser of Benton, Kans., W. J. Edelbrock of Chapin, Henry Edelbrock of Jacksonville. She also leaves thirteen grandchildren.
Mrs. Edelbrock was for many years a faithful member of the Lutheran church. She was a woman possessed of many admirable traits of character and was highly regarded in the community in which she lived for so many years.
Funeral services will be held from the German Lutheran church four miles northwest of Chapin Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of the Rev. Mr. Selving. Burial will be in Concord cemetery.