Received from the Pontiac Public Library, 211 E Madison St., Pontiac, Il
The Daily Leader, Pontiac, Illinois
Published April 19, 1921
DEATH OF MRS. GALLATIN
Long Point Woman Passed Away Sunday at Daughter's Home.
Mrs. John Gallatin, of Long Point, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kate Coleman, of that village, at 4:30 Sunday evening, after a paralytic stroke a week ago. Susannah Schultz was born in Fayette county, Pa., August 22, 1842. She was united in marriage to William Leichliter in Fayette county, in 1862. Unto this union twelve children were born, five of whom are living --Jacob L. Leichliter, Joseph E. and James S., all of whom reside in Pennsylvania, Mrs. Mattie Pritts, in Cleveland, O., and Mrs. Kate Coleman, of Long Point, Ill. There are also one brother and one sister surviving--Peter Schultz and Mrs. Kate Butler, of Pennsylvania. Her husband died March 18, 1891, and she
was united in marriage a second time to John Gallatin on March 18, 1899. Mrs. Gallatin came to Long Point ten years ago and had resided with her daughter up until the time of her death. The funeral services were held this afternoon at 2:30 from the Christian church in Long Point, with interment in the Long Point cemetery.