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GEORGE W. JUBB died monday evening, February 16, 1914, of paralysis at his home opposite the Spoonville chapel. Mail carrier No. 1 CLARENCE BOND, found him unconscious on the floor on Saturday the 7th and he did not rally. He was born April 3, 1853, in Ingham County. He was married to Miss EDITH POTTER, June 1, 1882, and settled in Saginaw county where he resided five years. He came to Ottawa Center where he resided until his death. To this union four children were born: LEORA, MILO, CHARLES, GEORGE. Mrs. LEORA JUBB ANGUS died October 28, 1911. The three boys survive him. One sister survives, Mrs. PHEOBE GRAY, MARTIN, and a large number of nieces and nephews and other relatives. He was buried from the Spoonville Chapel, February 19th in the afternoon. The interment was at Ottawa Center, Rev. BIRTCH, of Coopersville, officiating.
[From the Coopersville Observer archives at Northeast Ottawa Library--handwritten date of Feb. 27, 1914, day it was in paper]