George A. Wemett, passed away after a brief illness at his home in Hemlock, Tuesday evening, August 13.
Mr. Wemett was the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Welch Wemett and was born March 19, 1844, on the home farm, Bald Hill, Canadice, the present home of his nephew, Robert Wemett.
He was one of fifteen children. He married Miss Frances Clemons of Springwater in 1872 and they resided on the home farm for four years, after which they moved to Hemlock and have resided in their present home ever since.
Mr. and Mrs. Wemett had four sons, two of which died in infancy. Several years ago they took into their hearts and home a little girl, who is now Mrs. Everett Hayward.
Mr. Wemett is survived by his wife, Mrs. Frances Wemett; two sons, Correll of Lima, and Clarence E. of Hemlock; also the daughter, Mrs. Ursula Hayward, and 11 grandchildren.
Before his marriage Mr. Wemett served in the Civil War, fighting mostly under the command of Major Davison and Capt. Marks of Rochester.
The funeral will be held from the residence at 2 p.m. Friday and will be in charge of the Rev. W. J. Brown of Hornell.
Interment will be in the Union cemetery, Livonia.