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Millsap conducted the services. Deceased was nearly 83 years of age, and was one of the oldest Masons in the country. He was born April 21,in Kentucky. He married Hettie Thompson, who died in June, Myrtle Doze, Mrs.
Aline Gerhart, Mrs. Viola Cherry, Mrs. Elsie Carr, Tucson; Mrs. Ada Shore, Wellington; Mrs. Edna Pugh, Baker; Mrs. Edith Smith, Newton; 18 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren. Graveside services: p. Tuesday, Upchurch Cemetery, Norwich, Rev. Kingman - Frances C. Anderson, 83, died June 26, On May 11,she married Harold Anderson. He died Aug.
Funeral 10 a. Thursday at First Baptist Church, Kingman. Friends may call from 1 to 8 p. Wednesday, with the family present from 5 to 7 p. Burial in Hoosier Cemetery. Maiden name Grace Myrtle Fakes.
Unknown newspaper, c. Died, on March 12th, at the residence of his parents, four miles west of Nashville, Charlie D. Austin, aged 17 years, after a short illness, from abscess of the liver and inflammation of the bowels.
The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Kennedy, at the residence on the 14th, and a large concourse of friends and relatives followed the remains to their last resting place, in the Bross Cemetery. Austin On Friday morning at about 8 o'clock, January 24,at her home in the northeast part of Barber county, Mrs. Austin passed away from this earth after an illness of less than eight days. Pneumonia was the cause of her death.
Austin was about 61 or 62 years of age, and leaves three sons, one daughter Mrs. Bird an aged husband and many friends to mourn her loss. She lived a very exemplary life and her family is respected by all who know them because of her great care in teaching them to follow Truth and Honor. She was always ready and willing to help those in need and sickness.
The funeral was preached at the family residence by Rev. Benefield, of Kingman County, at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. The bereaved husband and children have the heartfelt sympathy of all. The body was laid to rest in the Bross Cemetery.
Her death was caused by blood poison. Death came after a long illness. Babbett formerly Beautiful woman Rago Kansas with a circus, she being the fat woman with the side show. It is said that she weighed about pounds when with the circus, but at the time of her death she weighed about pounds. The body will be taken to Cunningham by the husband of the dead woman tomorrow, where interment will be made.
Service has been held. Memorial has been established with Cunningham Hilltop Manor. Livingston Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Monday at o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wheeler, near Zenda, and interment took place at Bross Cemetery. Deceased was the mother of Mrs. Frank Harlow, of this city, and had many acquaintances in Kingman who will be pained to learn of her death. Pearl H. Banks, 95, retired farmer and butcher, died Tuesday, Feb. Service 2 p. Saturday, Kingman United Methodist Church. Survivors: grandson, Cecil Butch Cole Jr. Barkley came to this county over twenty-one years ago and pre-empted the land upon which he resided continuously until the time of his death, being very closely identified with the early interests of the county.
Some two or three years ago he became broken in health and has steadily declined since.
He was given burial by the members of the Masonic fraternity of Ninnescah Lodge No. The Masonic burial service was performed, and as conducted by the members of the Kingman lodge is very impressive and beautiful. The large concourse of citizens and neighbors in attendance at his funeral evidenced the high esteem in which "Uncle Billy", as he was familiarly known, was held.
He leaves a widow and numerous children to mourn his demise. His death will be sincerely mourned and his place in the community as a citizen and a neighbor will be hard to fill. Whitelaw, late candidate for associate justice of the supreme court of Kansas, shot and killed Steve Bedford of Kingman.
Whitelaw and Bedford had a quarrel concerning a woman when Whitelaw drew a revolver and threatened to shoot Bedford, but was disarmed by an officer and the parties were separated. Whitelaw was for many years a prominent dry goods salesman in this city, stylish in his deportment and a companionable fellow, though regarded as a little reckless at times and sometimes more dissipated than he should be. Service 11 a. Monday, Livingston Funeral Home. Belt, Maxine E. Service 10 a.
Survivors: son, Robert; daughter, Janet Jones; sister, Zelda Waddell all of Kingman; four grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; one great- grandchi ld; nine stepgreat- grandchildren; one stepgreat- great-grandchild. Wendell E. Bett, 75, retired Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Wednesday, Livingston Funeral Home. Biggs, Wilma M. Service p. Tuesday, Livingston Funeral Home, Kingman. Comstock Blair, 98, homemaker, died Wednesday, Dec.
Service a. Saturday, Hoosier Cemetery, rural Kingman. Memorial has been established with First Presbyterian Church. Elnorah Blocher was born October 14th,at Kingman, Kansas. She passed away suddenly October 11,at her home in Minneapolis, at the age of 39 years, 11 months and 27 days. She was the daughter of Mr.Beautiful woman Rago Kansas
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