Naomi Graver F 14y Pennsylvania
Ida Graver F 13y Pennsylvania
This is not far from Lorain, Ohio. Maybe Wilson took these three children to Ohio with him. Ida and Naomi were deaf so maybe it was to provide them with a better education. Wilson may have gone to Ohio for work. He was a bricklayer by trade.
Mrs. Genevieve Moore, 48, of 1314 Wells Street died of heart disease at her residence about 7 o'clock Saturday night. Born in Bowmanstown, Pa, the deceased had lived in Fort Wayne approximately nine years. She was a member of the Ben Hur court No. 15. Surviving are the husband, Whitney Moore; two sons, David Graver of Akron, O., Thomas Graver, a member of the United States army stationed at Ft. Hayes, Columbus, Ohio; four daughters, Mrs. Ira Zeek (Helen) of Wilkes Barre, Pa., Mrs. Russell Smith (Beatrice) of Bath, Pa. and Mrs. Lloyd Braun (Naomi) and Mrs. Murvin Chester (Ida), both of Fort Wayne; a brother Grant Lauer of Bowmanstown, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Oliver Stehly of Fort Wayne, and nine grandchildren.
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