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Obituary. MRS. A. FREDERICKS. The death occurred last week ,o another old identity of the town in the person of Mrs. A. Fredericks, at the residence of her son, Charles, i Tyers street. Death was due to the effects of a stroke experience recently. Deceased, who was well known throughdut the district o the last half century or neore, wa born in Portland in the year 185 and, with the exception ofa a years spent at Mt. Ganmbier, resided here practically all her life H parents were sonime of Portland's old. est pioneers, her father carrying on the profession of a stone.mason The deceased lady was alwsys n terested in Wesley Church, althuth not taking a very active part in church work. She was twice mar. ried, and reared a family of seven sons and one dlaughter, all of whoa (with the exception of one so) are well known members of community. Her parents' name Jones, and she first married a i, Jennings, there being two sons of the marriage. She then married the late Mr. Alfred Frceder. icks, who also predeceased her some years ago. Five sons and a daugh. ter of this marriage remain to mourn the loss of a devoted and loving mother, in addition to two sons of her former marriage. The names of tlopse who survive her ore Messrs. James Jennings (South Portland), George Jennings, Alfred, William, Charles, Ernest, and Eric Fredericks, and Eva (Mrs. Charles Smith), all of whom are highly re. splected residents of the town. The sympathy of a large circle of friends is extended to the bereaved family. The funeral took place on Wed. nesday. afternoon,, the Rev. N. I Greenwood conducting the burial service. The mortuary arrange. ments were carried out by Mr. I, A. Jarrett. At Wesley Church, on Sunday night next, an InMemoriam service to the memory of the late ladit . be held.