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Deck out your Cloverleaf Corners House today! These 2 sets of furniture can be used to fill up any of the homes or used by themselves! Furniture sets includes one set of: the Deluxe Living Room and the Living Accessories Set. The Deluxe Living set includes over 40 furniture pieces & accessories including a light up fire place complete with tools and fire logs! Set offers a comfortable couch and arm chairs, coffee maker, telephone, clock, newspapers and much more! Living Room Accessories set has lots of unique features and special life-like details! The TV set can be turned on and off just like the real thing and comes with 4 different "channels". The fireplace lights up with that warm glow to bring the family closer together. Even the piano keys go up and down when you "play" it! Featuring these 3 essential pieces plus over 15 accessories for a cozy living room. Figures are not included. Sets include small pieces and are not recommended for small children. Perfect for your collection!

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Enoch Freed

Enoch Freed

Co. B, 138th ILL. Infantry
The Girard Press, Thursday, July 1, 1915
Died: June 28, 1915


FREED- In Girard, June 28th, 1915, Enoch Freed, aged 74 years, 3 months and 8 days.
Enoch Freed was born in Bucks county, Pa., March 19th, 1841. He came to Illinois in the year 1863. Here he enlisted in the 134th Regiment of Illinois Infantry, where he served his time faithfully and received an honorable discharge. He was married to Eliza Jane Glaze Nov. 10th, 1866. To this union were born four children, all of whom with his widow, survive him. They are Mrs. Mary Ulery, of Pittsburg, Kans.; and Edward G. and Chas. Freed, both of Kansas City, Mo. He also leaves ten grandchildren and seven great-grand-children, who deeply mourn his loss. Mr. Freed with his family moved to Kansas in the year 1880, where he settled on a farm eleven miles southwest of Girard. Here he lived twenty-nine years. Since that time he has lived at his late home in Girard.
He united with the German Lutheran church in his youth, and in the year of 1897 with the M. E. church at Monmouth, Kansas. To this faith he has remained a constant and faithful worker.
He was a devoted husband, a kind and loving father and grandfather. He will be sadly missed in his wide circle of friends.
He is gone, but not forever,
There will be a glorious dawn.
We shall meet to part, no never,
On the resurrection morn.
Funeral services were held at his late home on South Cherokee street Tuesday, at 11 a.m., Rev. E. J. Gardner officiating, assisted by Rev. H. L. Dolson, of McCune.

Pages 277-279 from A Twentieth century history and biographical record of Crawford County, Kansas, by Home Authors; Illustrated. Published by Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, IL : 1905.


Enoch Freed, who resides on section 24, Osage township, came to Crawford county in 1880, and has since been numbered among the progressive and prosperous farming element, being a man of unquestioned worth and standing in his community. Born in Bucks county, Pennsylvania, in March, 1841, he has spent the years of his life in usefully directed effort, and by providing well for self and family enjoys contentment and ease at the approach of his declining years.
His parents were William and Mary (Grote) Freed, both native Pennsylvanians and of German descent. Both died in Pennsylvania, the father at the age of eighty-six and the mother at eighty-five. His father was a farmer and politically a Democrat, and both were members of the Reformed church. There were thirteen children in their family, nine of whom grew up, but Enoch is the only resident of Kansas. His brothers and sisters are Aaron, Henry, Mary Ann, Catherine, William and Amanda.
Mr. Freed was reared on the old farm in his native state, receiving his education in the public schools. At the age of twenty-two he came west to Knox county, Illinois, from which county he went to the war. He enlisted at Victoria, that county, in April, 1864, in Company B, One Hundred and Thirty-eighth Illinois Infantry, under Captain Hunt and Colonel Goodman; from camp at Quincy, they were ordered to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where they were stationed six months, thence went to Springfield, Illinois, and later to Little Rock, Arkansas, and at the close of the war were returned to Illinois and honorably discharged.
After the war Mr. Freed returned to Knox county, and on November 10, 1866, was married there to Eliza Jane Glaze, who has been his wife and partner of joys and sorrows for nearly forty years. She was born in Clinton county, Ohio, February 16, 1848, a daughter of James and Phoebe (Duncan) Glaze, natives, respectively, of Brown county and Adams county, Ohio, whence they moved to near Muncie, Delaware county, Indiana, and later to Knox county, Illinois. The mother died in Monmouth, Kansas, at the age of eighty-seven, but the father, who was a soldier, now lives as one of the honored and respected residents of Monmouth, this county. Mrs. Freed has a brother, William Perry, who was a soldier of the Ninth Indiana Cavalry and now lives at Muncie, Indiana, and four sisters: Sarah A. Northam, Mary E. Johnson, Harriet E. Windsor, and Martha F. Price. Daniel H., a brother, died at the age of fifty.
Since coming to Crawford county in 1880 Mr. Freed has been a prosperous agriculturist, and at the present time he owns one of the model farms of his locality. The homestead comprises eighty acres of choice land, with a pleasant and comfortable country residence, and well improved with barn, orchard and other up-to-date equipments of a twentieth century country home.
Mr. and Mrs. Freed have four children: Mary, a resident of Pittsburg; Martha, the wife of Louis Gray, who lives on the homestead of Mr. Freed; Ed G., formerly a successful teacher in Pittsburg, who is in the wall-paper business in Kansas City, and Charles, in the furniture business at Pittsburg. Martha also followed the profession of a teacher in this county. Mr. Freed

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Our fiberglass poles are one size larger than normal to offer you a sturdier, stronger tent. We use lightweight but strong polyester fabrics. The walls are uncoated so the tent can "breathe" under the urethane coated fly. The fly uses a pole in the top, which gives you an awning over each door for excellent rain protection. Our fly is full length on the sides, not 3/4 length like some others, for better weather protection. We even have our factory seal the seams on the floor and fly for maximum water repellency. Entry and exit are enhanced with 2 doors, which means if you have to get out at night, you don't need to crawl over the others to get to the only door. The second door is also nice for extra ventilation in hot, muggy weather. The door zippers are an extra large 8, which is one size larger than most, for extra durability. Weatherproof Fly Buckles to tent for maximum adjustability and protection. Mesh Roof Vents increase ventilation and improve star gazing. Factory Sealed Fly & Floor Seams give best weather protection. 75D 185T Polyester Fly resists UV damage and stays taut. Extra Large 8 Zippers on both doors for extra durability. Easy Entry & Great Ventilation with 2 Doors (both with zippered mesh windows). Weatherproof Fly with a Ridge Pole provides an Awning over each Door.Materials: Fly: 75D, 185T, Poly Taffeta, 1500mm Multi-pass Urethane coating. Floor: 210D, Poly Oxford, 1500mm Multi-pass Urethane coating. Walls: 75D, 185T, Poly Taffeta. Mesh: Nylon No See-um Mesh, 40D.Included: Rain fly, Fiberglass Poles, Pole Bag, Stake Bag, 7075 Aluminum Stakes, Guy Ropes, Repair Swatches, Gear Loft, Mesh Storage Pocket, and Tent Bag. Specifications: Base Size: 5' x 7'6. Center Height: 4'. Tent Area: 38 sq. ft. Packed Size: 6" x 24". Pole Diameter: 8.5 mm. Style: 2 pole freestanding. Use Rating: 3 Season. Sleeps: Two.

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