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THE TILLER AND TOILER, 19 September 1929
Death of Mrs. I. H. Ulsh

Mrs. I. H. Ulsh died at her home on Monday, September 16, after a week of confinement to her bed. Mrs. Uslh had been ailing for about a year previous to her death.

Masena C. Long was born of Revolutionary stock in Beaver Springs, Pennsylvania, December 6, 1848. She was married to Isaac H. Ulsh at Middlebury, Pa. Three children were born to this union, one of whom died in infancy. In 1877 the Ulsh family moved to Pawnee county and took a claim one mile west of Rozel, where they lived for six years. They returned to Pennsylvania for a short time and them came back to Pawnee county and lived near Garfield for one and a half years. Since then they had their residence in Larned.

Mrs. Ulsh became a member of the Lutheran church as a young woman, but in Larned has been a consistent member of the Methodist church. She was a helpful member of the various women’s societies of the church and was also a Pythian Sister.

Beside her husband, Mrs. Ulsh is survived by a son and daughter, Warren H. Ulsh, of Kane, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Ida M. Selig, of Rozel; also two brothers, R. R. Long, of Williamsport, Pa., and A. A. long of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at ten o’clock at the Beckwith Mortuary. Rev. G. H. Cosper will conduct the service and interment will be in the Larned cemetery.

Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf

Last Updated:  Friday, November 25, 2005 18:32:31

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