The community has been made sad by the death of Adam C. Moler, of Bakerton. Mr. Moler was a son of the late Raleigh and Margaret Moler and was born October 16, 1845, departing this life June 16, 1921, aged 75 years and 8 months. He enjoyed good health until about a year ago, when from which he sufficiently recovered to be up and around, until last Monday, when he began to complain. On Wednesday he suffered another attack and grew gradually worse, passing quietly away to his home beyond, Thursday night. He leaves a widow, who was a Miss Daniels, and the following children to mourn the loss of a good husband and father: Fonrose, of Adamstown, Md.; Carlton, of Engle, W. Va.; Miller and Mrs. Maud Hendricks, of Bakerton, and Nannie and Mrs. Hugh Moler, at home; also nine grandchildren and two brothers, George P. and Frank M. Moler, near Engle. Funeral services were conducted on Saturday at his home by Rev. J. C. Siler, pastor of Zion Presbyterian Church, of which he was a member, assisted by Rev. C. E. Brandt, of the M. E. Church South. His remains were laid to rest in Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Moler was a good Christian man, living a quiet life and spending most of his time in the home he loved, under the watchful care of his loved ones, who will miss greatly his quiet presence among them.
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