Obituary of Lorenzo Dunham from The Courier, Coldwater, Branch Co., Michigan dated 7 Feb 1891.
L.A. Dunham died quite suddenly at his home on Henry street last Sunday morning of heart disease. The previous day he had been on our streets apparently in his usual health. Going home to supper nothing unusual was observed until 9 o'clock, when he complained of feeling ill and retired. From that time he rapidly grew worse and passed away at 1 o'clock the same night. Mr. D was born in December 1812, in Pennfield, N.Y., coming to Branch county with his family in 1879, residing for a time in Girard and Quincy townships, moving to this city several years ago. His funeral was attended at the M.E. church Tuesday morning, under the auspices of the masonic fraternity, of which he was a member. He was an honest, upright man, and leaves beside his wife a family of seven children--four boys and three girls--all grown to maturity.
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Obituary of Lorenzo Dunham from The Republican, Coldwater, Branch Co., Michigan dated 3 Oct 1891.
Lorenzo Dunham, an aged gentleman of nearly 80 years, living in the 3rd ward, died very suddenly on Sunday and the funeral is held this morning at the M.E. church. Mr. Dunham formerly resided in Butler where he lived on a farm for a number of years. Later he lived in Quincy and subsequently came to this city.
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