I located the obituary for the Rev. Andrew J. Gramley in the newspaper archives at the Mansfield/Richland County Public Library.This obituary was in the October 7, 1935 edition of the Mansfield News.
DEATH CLAIMS RETIRED PASTOR. Rev. Andrew Gramly, 84, Served 30 Years in Ministry; Last of Family of 16
Rev. Andrew J. Gramly, 84 retired Evangelical minister, died Saturday afternoon at the home of his son, Oliver J., Gramly, Weller township, after an illness of several months.
Born in Center county, Pa., May 24, 1851, he had been a resident of this vicinity for 30 years.Following his retirementfrom the ministry, in which he served for 30 years, he engaged in the harness business in Crestline.
In 1875, he was married to Mary Brungart who died in 1912.Three children, Catherine, Emma and Oliver J., were born to this union.He married Eugena Baker in 1915 who died in 1925.Mrs. Catherine McKee, a daughter by his second marriage, died last month in Los Angeles.
All of his children preceded him in death except his son, Oliver J. Gramly, who survives with five grandchildren.Rev. Gramly was the last member of a family of 16 children.
The body was removed to the Wappner funeral home where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in charge of Rev. F. W. Shirey, who will be assisted by Rev. Leroy Deininger.Burial will be in the Windsor Cemetery."
(I have a "hard" copy of this obituary and would be glad to send it to you if I had your address.)
Unfortunately, I was unable to locate an obituary for Mary Brungart Gramly.The cemetery records at the library show that both Rev. and Mary Gramly are buried at the Windsor-Woodhouse Cemetery located on Windsor Road in Mifflin Township, Richland County.That would be just a short distance northeast of Mansfield.
Let me know if you have questions or I can be of further help.J. Baker