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Obits > 1913 - L. D. Rogers

Submitted by Les Niemi

September 25, 1913
L.D. ROGERS Dies At Chicago
L.D. ROGERS, well known in Tampico where he had visited and made his home for the past five or six years intermittenly, died last Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lydia OLWIN in Chicago. Death resulted from is advanced years and ulcers of the stomach with which hee had suffered for some years although able to be about most of the time. There remains were taken from Chicago to Sandwich his old home where the funeral services were held Tuesday and interment wsa in the family lot in the Sandwich cemetery.
The decesaed would have been 83 of age in November. He was born in New York state and came west when a young man settled near Sandwich. He was considered a good, shrewd business man and by his efforts had accumulated a fair share of this world's goods. He is survived by three children: Mrs. J.L. DARNELL of Tampico, Jared D. ROGERS of Plano, and Mrs. Lydia OLWIN of Chicago. Two brothers also survive: Stephen of Sandwich and Danile of Piper City.
The following went to Sandwich Tuesday morning to attend the funeral: Mr. and Mrs. J.L. DARNELL, Earl, Clarence and Iona DARNELL, Mr. and Mrs. Roy DARNELL.

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