Note: Thursday, April 1, 1920
David CLEVENGER, age 48, died Thursday morning at 4 o'clock in a hospital at Adrian, Mich., from apoplexy. Mr. Clevenger was taken off a Michigan Central train in that city, Thursday afternoon, after he had suffered a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Clevenger had been on a business trip to Detroit, where he had gone to purchase some trucks to be used in work on road contracts this summer. He was a son of David and Mary CLEVENGER, and was born December 5, 1871 in Henry township. He was one of a family of five children. The others are Mrs. Jane WOOLPERT, Mrs. Lidy CLEMENS, Mrs. Ella NYE and Frank CLEVENGER, all of Athens. Mr. Clevenger married Miss Lida SAYGER in February of 1894. Following the marriage they resided on a farm one mile north and east of Athens. The following children survive, Edith [CLEVENGER], William [CLEVENGER], Mrs. Mary BRADWAY, Lucy [CLEVENGER] and Walter [CLEVENGER]. Mrs. Clevenger died four years ago. Mr. Clevenger about 10 years ago entered the road contracting business. He has built a number of cement, gravel and brick roads in this and adjoining counties. One of his last contracts was the road around the west side of Lake Manitou. Even after he had entered the contracting
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