Johnson County Obituaries
Obituaries published after 1923 will be abstracted to avoid copyright violations.
GATES--Mrs. Mary A. Gates, 55 years old, died yesterday at the home of her son, Forest E. Gates, 5860 Peery Ave. Besides her son she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ruby A. Schanze of Rosedale. The funeral will be tomorrow afternoon from the Shawnee Methodist Church. Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery.
(Kansas City Star, Dec. 10, 1917)
GILBERT--Frederick Gilbert, for twenty years a prominent merchant of Olathe, died on the 17th, age 53.
(Kansas City Times, April 19, 1887)
GILLIAM--John S. Gilliam, 43 years old, for fifteen years a farmer living near Olathe, died yesterday at Bethany hospital. He leaves a widow and a son. Funeral services will be Saturday, with burial at the Monticello church. [note: appears to actually been buried in the Olathe Cemetery]
(Kansas City Star, March 18, 1920)
GOCKLEY--Died, in the Olathe church, Kans.
May 14, 1892, Anna Gockley, aged 21 years
1 month and 15 days. She leaves a widower
mother, six sisters and two brothers. Funeral in the Methodist church in Olathe, by the writer, assisted by the Presbyterian minister
from the words, " We do all fade as a leaf." --
by Isaac H. Crist. (Gospel Messenger, May 1892)
GRANT--The funeral services for Claud S. Grant, formerly a bookkeeper for the National Bank of Commerce, who died in an Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe passenger train near Riberta, N.M., Sunday, will be held tomorrow afternoon at the home of his father in law, Conrad Stuhlman, Rosedale. Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery.
(Kansas City Star, June 2, 1908)
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