Millie A. Horner was born. in Woodford County, Illinois, June 28, 1866, and departed this life at her home in northeast Corydon, April 23, 1920, being 53 years, 10 months and 3 days of age. She moved with her parents, sisters and brothers to Wayne County, Iowa, February 20, 1882.
She was united in marriage to Philip Nickel, March 17, 1892. To their union was born one daughter, Wilma Gladys, who died in infancy. Mrs. Nickel had been in poor health for the past four years. Her last illness dated from April 15th, when she suffered a stroke of paralysis which caused the loss of speech and the use of her right side.
She early learned to love her Savior, uniting with the Methodist church of Corydon in early girlhood, and has lived a faithful Christian life.
She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted husband, an aged father, Landon Homer of Centerville, one sister, Mrs. Ella Bowman of Corydon, and two brothers, Harve, of Centerville, and Sam, of Harvard, besides other relatives and friends.
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