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Ackley World Journal - March 11, 1926:



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  • Title Ackley World Journal - March 11, 1926: 
    Short Title Ackley World Journal - March 11, 1926: 
    Source ID S861 
    Text Naomi Roblin Stricken on Street - Was a Former Resident of Ackley Early Tuesday morning, friends in Ackley received a telephone message from Waterloo, makin g an inquiry as to the possible relatives of Miss Nona Roblin, who was stricken by death ver y suddenly while walking along one of the streets in that city that morning. Miss Roblin was a sister of Mr. Roblin whose remains were interred in Ackley cemetery a fe w months ago, having died at Waterloo. The Roblin family were for many years residents of Ack ley, the senior Roblin having been engaged int he mercantile business here. The deceased is the last surviving member of the family. The early girlhood days of the dece ased were spent here and she is well remembered by many old friends of the family. Her age wa s about 60 years. The remains of Miss Roblin were brought to Ackley for interment, this (Thursday) forenoon. R ev. charles W. Baxter, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopla church, Waterloo, was here and conducte d funeral services; some relatives and close friends were also in the city. Miss Roblin, born in Canada, in 1862, lived in Ackley with her parents but during the past s ixteen years had lived in Waterloo. 
    Linked to Naomi D. ROBLIN 


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