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Yoder, Agnes E. Kauffman (1914-1966)

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''Mennonite Weekly Review'' obituary: 28 Jul 1966 p. 3
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''Mennonite Weekly Review'' obituary: 1966 Jul 28 p. 3
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<font size="+2">'''Mother of 7 Killed Near Hinkletown, Pa.'''</font>
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Ephrata, Pa. &#8212; Funeral services for Mrs. John I. Yoder, 52, who died instantly in a head-on collision, were held July 14 at the Millwood Mennonite Church near Gap.
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Mrs. Yoder and her husband of rural Christiana, Pa., were traveling on Highway 322 east of Hinkletown Sunday night, July 10, when their car collided with one occupied by two teen-age young people. The other car had pulled out to pass a horse and buggy. Mr. Yoder was hospitalized for several days.
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Mrs. Yoder was the former Agnes E. Kauffman of Chester County, Pa. Besides her husband, she leaves two married daughters and one married son; two daughters and two sons at home; and four grandchildren.
   
Birth date: 1914
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 13:04, 19 October 2021

Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1966 Jul 28 p. 3

Birth date: 1914

text of obituary:

Mother of 7 Killed Near Hinkletown, Pa.

Ephrata, Pa. — Funeral services for Mrs. John I. Yoder, 52, who died instantly in a head-on collision, were held July 14 at the Millwood Mennonite Church near Gap.

Mrs. Yoder and her husband of rural Christiana, Pa., were traveling on Highway 322 east of Hinkletown Sunday night, July 10, when their car collided with one occupied by two teen-age young people. The other car had pulled out to pass a horse and buggy. Mr. Yoder was hospitalized for several days.

Mrs. Yoder was the former Agnes E. Kauffman of Chester County, Pa. Besides her husband, she leaves two married daughters and one married son; two daughters and two sons at home; and four grandchildren.

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