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Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
David Glendenning

   David Glendenning, who died at his farm home at Hockaday, Aug. 27, 1925, aged 59 years, 4 months and 11 days, was born in the town of Speaker, Sanilac county, April 16, 1866. He was married June 16, 1887, to Martha Sharp, who preceded him in death June 13, 1918.
Before engaging in farming he served the P. M. railway as brakeman and conductor in runs out of Saginaw. He had lived four years at Hockaday.

   Mr. Glendenning was a highly respected citizen, one whose word could be relied upon, a fine neighbor and a good husband. Memory of such a life is comforting and sustaining to ones who are called to mourn.
He is survived by his sister, Mrs. Mary J. Brown, who was his housekeeper for several years. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 P.M. at the Wagarville M. E. church, conducted by Rev. Charles Peterson. Burial took place in the Ridge cemetery.

   The following from out of the county were among those in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Bow, Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. Colon Brown, Roscommon; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beadle and son Jack, Yale; Mrs. Fred Beadle, Melvin; Frank Beadle, St. Clair; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Putnam and son and daughter, Essexville; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shell, three sons and one daughter, and Carl Shell, Pontiac; Mr. and Mrs. Amandus Soldan and sons; William Anderson, Gideon Anderson and Mrs. R. E. Foote, Flint.

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Burial/Final Location
Ridge Cemetery, Gladwin, MI
Publication Information
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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
P:4 C:5
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January 2005
Tom Ladner
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