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Subject:obit: Samuel Burrier b. 1846 d. 1931-husband of Leah-son of Henry
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Samuel Burrier obituary in the Free Press Standard, Carrollton, Ohio, Thursday, November 5, 1931. (son of Henry & Margaret (Slates) Burrier)

Samuel Burrier, 85, of Harlem Springs, died at his home Wednesday, October 28. He was born April 3, 1846 and was a life long resident of Harlem vicinity. He was a member of the Methodist Church and attended services the Sunday before his death. Surviving are his wife, one brother, living at Canton, one grandson and one great-grandchild. Funeral services were held Saturday at the home by Rev. Charles H. Edgar.


another obit:
Samuel's obituary in the Carroll Chronicle, Carrollton, Ohio, Friday, November 6, 1931.

Samuel Burrier died early Thursday morning at his home in Harlem Springs. Funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. Charles Edgar. Mr. Burrier was born April 3, 1846, and spent nearly all his life in Lee Township. He was one of a large family of whom only one remains, Joseph
Burrier of Canton. During the Civil War he was a drummer boy, with his father, as fifer and his uncle, John as bass drummer, taking part in all general musters and all calls for recruiting in the 60's. He volunteered as a drummer but was not accepted on account of his youth.
He was a faithful member of the Methodist Church; his political principles were democratic, and he was a kind neighbor and friend.
Surviving are the wife; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Busler; a grandson, Scott Busler of Carrollton; a great-grandson, and the brother above named.