Westville Record 1936
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Adair Co. : Westville Record 1936
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February 1, 1936

Andrew Monroe CHAPMAN was born December 13, 1872, in Union County, Georgia. Was united in marriage to Miss Dovie CAMPBELL March 5, 1893. To this union was born 12 children, seven of whom survive; Mrs. CHAPMAN preceeded him in death on April 16, 1930.
Mr. Chapman came to Adair county in 1903 making his home for the past several years in the Chance section, was well known and respected by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed. He departed this life February 1, 1936, after a three weeks illness. Besides the seven children he leaves to mourn his death six brothers, two sisters, nine grandchildren and a large host of friends.

October 18, 1936

Mrs. Ida THURMAN, 45 years old, was injured fatally at 3 a.m. Monday when the automobile in which she had begun a California trip, ran off U.S. highway 62, one mile east of Muskogee.
Mrs. THURMAN's son, Carl THURMAN, of Sacramento, Calif., was driving the car. J.C. MORRIS of Westville, accompanying Mrs. THURMAN and her son was painfully injured and was unconscious at a Muskogee hospital for several hours after the wreck.
Besides the son, Mrs. THURMAN is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ethel DAVIS, of Prairie Grove, Ark., and Mrs. Levina BARE of Westville.
The body was returned to Westville by the Roberts Funeral home, and was sent to Laclede, Missouri, south of Kansas City, where the funeral was held Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. THURMAN was well known here having lived in this section the past 10 years and all were grieved by her untimely death.

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