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Tampico Tornado
December 27, 1934
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FORMER RESIDENT PASSED AWAY

Miss Julia E. Greenman Died Sunday at Home of Daughter

Funeral services for Mrs. Julia E. Greenman, who passed away at 7:30 Sunday evening in the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Stone, in Rock Falls after a lingering illmess were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Stone home, Rev. R. M Furnish, pastor of the Rock Falls M. E. church in charge of the service. Burial was in the Tampico Cemetery. Mrs. Greenman, who was 82 years old had been in ill health for some time and had been bedfast for over two months.

Mrs. Greenman was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Pitney and spent most of her life in Chicago and this vicinity. She was the wife of Clay Dow and to this union were born six children, only one, Mrs. Nellie Stone with whom she had made her home for the past eighteen months, survive her. Another daughter, Mrs. Fern Cloyd, with whom she made her home for several years in chicago preceded her in death in July of 1933. Four sons also preceded her in death They were Herbert, Harry and two sons, both named Orson, one dying in infancy. She later married Job Greenman and made her home in Tampico for several years.

She is also survived by four grandchildren, Mrs. Ruby Treend of Chicago, Kenneth Stone of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Miss Dorothy Dow of Rock Falls and Mrs. Ed McCue.

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