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MAY 16, 1913

Mrs. Eliza Richard Prince widow of Joel Prince, passed away at 4 o’clock yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Broderick Haskell, Miller Park, after an illness of almost three years.

The deceased was twice married, her first husband being John Dunlevy, of Wheeling, W.Va. who died leaving two children, Mrs. Broderick Haskell and Mr. Bates Dunlevy, the latter of Kansas City. Years later she married Joel Prince of Portland Me., who passed away Aug. 16, 1908, in Oklahoma. Since September, 1909, Mrs. Prince has made her home in Franklin, during which time she formed many warm friedships. Funeral services at the residence of Mr. Haskell Saturday May 3d, at 2:30 p.m. Interment private.

The sad news of the death of Eliza Prince formally of Arnett but the last three years has resided with her daughter in Franklin, Pa., came to us last week. Mrs. prince was the widow of Joel Prince whom Homesteaded and proved up on a claim four miles east of Arnett Mrs. Prince was an Aunt of our Register of Deeds O. H. Richards. Joel Prince preceded his wife nearly five years he dying in Aug., 1908. Mrs. Prince has lived a Christian for years.

The deceased leaves two children to mourn their loss, W. B. Dunlevy of Kansas, City Kansas, and Mrs. Mollie Haskell of Franklin, Pa.

Submitted by: Gordon Richard


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