Canadice - News of the sudden death of Herman E. Struble came as a shock to his friends when his body was discovered in the woodshed of his home Tuesday morning by a neighbor, Lester Cork, who had gone there on an errand.
Mr. Struble lived alone for several years in the home where he was born March 27, 1871. He was the youngest of six children of the late Simeon and Hopey Huff Struble. Mr. Struble’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Struble, came to Canadice from New Jersey in 1831 to what is now the Fred Ross farm on Canadice Hill. The death of Mr. Struble removes the last of that name in Canadice.
Mr. Struble was married to Miss Emma Allen in November 1894. To them were born three daughters, Cora, who died in 1906, Hazel, who died in 1912, and Dorothy. Mrs. Struble died in June 1910. Later Mr. Struble married Miss Edna Waite of Elmira. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Jones of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Ruth Kelbert of Elmira, and two grand-children of Detroit.
Funeral services were held at the funeral parlors at Springwater on Saturday at 2:00 p.m., Rev. Helena Champlin officiating. Interment was made in Evergreen cemetery, Springwater. The bearers were Fred Giles, Fred and Lester Cork and Willis Van Duyne.
Canadice - Herman Struble, who lived alone, was found dead at his home, Tuesday morning, about 10 o’clock, by a neighbor with whom he planned to ride to Canandaigua. He had been in his usual health Monday. It is thought he suffered an heart attack which caused his death.
He was born in March, 1871, and was the youngest child of Simeon and Hopey Huff Struble. In 1893 he married Emma Allen of this place. Three daughters were born to them, Cora, Hazel and Dorothy. After the death of Mrs. Struble he married Miss Ruth Waite of Corning. One daughter, Ruth, was born to them.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Jones of Detroit Mich., and Mrs. Ruth Kelbert of Elmira Heights, two nieces and two nephews.
Funeral services were held from he undertaking parlors at Springwater, Saturday. The Rev. Helena Champlin officiated. Interment was made in the Evergreen cemetery.