BERLIN PIONEER DIES
Miss MARY MOLLOY, aged seventy-one, member of one of Michigan's pioneer families died Monday morning after an illness of eight months.
She was the last surviving member of a family of thirteen children, and was the daughter of PATRICK MOLLOY who settled on a farm near Berlin in 1848.
Funeral services were held at the home of her niece, Mrs. ELIZABETH LARKIN in Grand Rapids, where Miss MOLLOY made her home for the past fifteen years, Wednesday morning at eight and at 8:30 at St, James Church. Interment in Berlin Catholic Cemetery.
The remains of MARY MOLLOY were laid to rest in Berlin, Wednesday, November 23. She lived here all the early part of her life and was one of thirteen children and died at the home of her niece in Grand Rapids. Her age was seventy-one years.
[From the coopersville Observer archives at Northeast Ottawa Library; handwritten date of Nov. 25, 1921-date it was in paper]
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