Kansas History and Heritage Project-Reno County Obituaries

Reno County Obituaries


As this file grows, I will divide it up into more pages. Obituaries published after 1923 have been abstracted to avoid copyright violations.

ASHLEY
Mrs. Rose Ashley's funeral will be held tomorrow morning, at ten o'clock from her parents residence, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kroeker at 26 east Campbell street, Rev. Cole will have charge of the services. Mrs. Ashley was 21 years old and was married to Mr. Ashley and moved to Iola in July, 1895. She leaves a husband and two children. The remains were brought to Hutchinson Tuesday evening. Her sister, Mrs. A. V. Jambs of Alvaretta, 0. T,, will arrive this evening to attend the funeral. (Hutchinson News, 8-24-1905)

AUSTIN
Edward Austin, colored, died at St. Joseph, Mo., yesterday. He was at work there in one of the packing plants. His home was at No. 7 South Walnut street, where his wife lived. He was 42 years of age. The remains will be brought here for interment, the funeral being held at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon from the Second Baptist church on Second Ave. East. [note: his death certificate states he died April 2 of "dilitation of the heart complicated by congestion of the lungs."] (Hutchinson News, 4-5-1910)

BAKER
See obituary of David Baker here (Hutchinson News, 12-7-1897)

BECK
See obituary of Joseph Beck here Other names include Haering, Rupp/Rapp and Stahl. (Hutchinson News, 10-9-1923)

BELL
Joe Bell, a well known colored man, died on Saturday afternoon of consumption, at 37 years. The funeral took place from the A.M.E. church at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, under the auspices of the colored Odd Fellows, of this city. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn the loss of a kind husband and father. (Hutchinson News, 4-8-1895)

BIGGER
Mrs. Salina Bigger, widow of Samuel Bigger, one of the old residents of Hutchinson, died this afternoon at 2:20 at her home, 33o Sherman East. She sustained a paralytic stroke yesterday from which she did not recover. The deceased was 81 years of age, and had been a resident of Hutchinson for 35 years, having come here from Napoleon, Ohio, in 1886. She is survived by her daughter, Miss Lizzie Bigger, and her son, Jay Bigger. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made. (Hutchinson News, 4-29-1921)

BURBRIDGE
The funeral of Mrs. George Burbridge, who died Thursday eveing at her home, 22 Ave. G West, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Second Baptist church. Interment will be in the Fairlawn cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 7-14-1923)

BUSKIRK
Grace Louisa Buskirk, the twelve year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buskirk, died last evening at her home, 2201 North Monroe at 9:30, following an illness of but a few days. She is the second child in the family, and besides her parents she is survived by four sisters and two brothers. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 4:15 from the Friesen chapel with Rev. G. G. Ross officiating. Burial took place in the Mitchell cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 3-19-1919)

CADE
Mr. and Mrs. Cade lost a little girl last Thursday, of diptheria. She was buried in the Langdon cemetery. She was about nine months old. He had two small children who had died and been buried at his farm, some years ago, taken up and buried at Langdon, in the same grave with the one who died last. (Hutchinson News, 12-2-1880)

CHITTENDEN
See obituary of Margaret Chittenden here Other names include White. (Hutchinson News, 2-1-1917)

CLARK
The sad news of the death of a former Hutchinson young woman was received here today by friends, telling of the death of Mrs. F. G. Clark of Caldwell. To many people here she will be more familiary known as Miss Lizzie Olive Milam, daughter of the late J. S. Milam. She was 33 years and 4 months old when her death occurred. In 1905 she was married to F. G. Clark and to this union were born four children, all of whom are living. They are Frank, Harold, Eddie and Katie Grace. She is also survived by three brothers, A. L. of Cambridge, J. W. of Bigheart, Okla., and H. B. of Caney; also three sisters, Mrs. Stella Robinson of South Bend, Ind., Mrs. Florence Hill of Lambert, Okla., and Mrs. Grace McClelland of Cincinnati, Ohio. Funeral services have not yet been announced. (Hutchinson News, 11-26-1918)

CLARK
William Clark was killed by lightning Friday night out west on his claim. The remains were brought home and buried in Reno Center cemetery, Monday morning. Robert Clark was hurt at the same time. (Hutchinson Daily News, 7-28-1886)

CLUNE
The three months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Clune, of Grandview addition, died yesterday morning at the family home. Stomach trouble was the cause of death. Mr. Clune is an employee of the Soda ash company. Funeral services are to be held from the family home Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Rev. T. W. Perks of the First United Brethren church in charge. Interment will be in Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 12-6-1916)

COCHRAN
See obituary of Alice Cochran here Other names include Bolt, Fisher, Klein, Berger and Peterson. (Hutchinson News, 4-4-1918)

COCHRAN
See obituary of Sabra Cochran here Other names include Chipcase/Chipchase. (Hutchinson News, 1-10-1921)

DAVIS
Mrs. Laura V. Davis died at her home at 502 Ave. F East at 11:30 p.m. last night of pneumonia, after an illness of less than 48 hours, and only a few hours after the death of her son, Earl N. Davis, of the same disease. She is survived by her son, Orla L. Davis, and son Dwight and Warren, and her father, Job H. Glascock, and brothers Ralph D. and Guy C., and sisters Maud V. Pargeter and Ada D. Flodin, all of this city. Mrs. Davis was born at Philippi, West Virginia, on the 2nd of February, 1872. She spent her early childhood days in Hutchinson and graduated from the High school here in the class of '91. She was a devoted wife and mother and was dearly loved for her kind disposition by her relatives and acquaintances, and will be greatly missed. The funerals for mother and son will be held at Johnson's funeral parlors tomorrow afternoon at 2'clock. Burial will be in Eastside cemetery.(Hutchinson News, 11-26-1918)

DUNCAN
Allen M. Duncan died today at noon at his home in the Orchard addition, west of the city. He was 43 years old and had lived the greater part of his life here. He is survived by his wife, four small children, his mother, Mrs. Louis C. Cochran, his sister, Mrs. Frank Ranes and his brother, George A. Duncan, of South Fork, Colorado. No arrangements for the funeral have yet been made. (Hutchinson News, 12-4-1917)

EISMINGER
See obituary of Blatch Eisminger here Other names include Shilling and Bell. (Hutchinson News, 1-10-1921)

ENGLE
Funeral services for H. J. Engle, who died suddenly Wednesday, January 10, will be conducted from the Friesen funeral chapel on North Main street, Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m. Rev. Horace Cole and Rev. W. T. Danner will be in charge of the services. Interment will be at Lone Star cemetery near Castleton, at the side of his wife. Mr. Engle was born in Racine, Wisconsin, March 3, 1849. He was living at Chicago , Illinois, at the time of the big fire and lost all in the flames. Moving to Kansas he located on a homestead near Castleton in 1871. He married Mrs. Sarah Hodges in 1878. His wife died in 1899. Due to ill health Mr. Engle has lived an isolated life for the last fifteen and for the last few years has been an invalid. He leaves an estate which is to be divided up among his relatives and friends who assisted him in his long illness. (Hutchinson News, 1-18-1917)

FOSTER
D. P. Foster, one of the oldest of the Reno county pioneers, died this morning at Wichita, after a short illness. Mr. Foster was for years a groceryman here and was the proprietor of several store here and in South Hutchinson. Mr. Foster has lived in Kansas since 1869 and in Reno county since 1875. For the past eight years Mr. and Mrs. Foster have been making their home with their children. Mr. Foster is survived by his widow and the following children: F. M Foster, of Hutchinson; Mrs. Matilda Blakeman, of Wichita; Mrs. Lucita Wray, of Lyons; Mrs. Rebecca Vaughn and Mrs. Maggie DeVore both of Ponca City, Okla. The body will be brought to Hutchinson tomorrow morning and the funeral services conducted at two o'clock from the Johnson funeral chapel, in charge of Rev. J. W. Abel, of the First Methodist church. Interment will be in Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 11-2-1916)

FOSTER
Robert H. Foster, brother of Warren and Horace Foster, died at the residence of the latter yesterday afternoon. Mr. Foster was born June 19 1869. He had been ailing for the past year, but his condition was not thought to be dangerous until about a week ago. He died of cancer of the stomach. The remains will be taken to Wichita this morning and will be deposited in the family burial lot later today. The family have the sympathy of many friends in this city. Robert was universally esteemed by all who knew him in life. (Hutchinson News, 4-8-1895)

FOSTER
Mrs. Viola Foster, aged 33 years, died at her home, 715 East G Ave., in this city, last night after an illness of four months. She was the wife of F. M. Foster, a carpenter employed at the Barton Salt Works. Besides her husband, she leaves three children, two girls and one boy. The funeral services will be held tomorrow from the residence. Although not a member of any church here in the city, Mrs. Foster attended the Methodist church regularly. She has many friends and acquaintances who will regret to hear of her death. (Hutchinson News, 5-29-1902)

GILLICK
Miss Jane Gillick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gillick, died last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, after a three years illness caused by that awful disease, consumption. The funeral was held at the Mitchell M. E. church Tuesday at 10 o'clock, Rev. Pollard, of Nickerson, officiating. The remains were followed to their last resting place in Hutchinson cemetery by a long train of kind friends and neighbors, who have a great sympathy for the family in the loss of a kind and affectionate daughter and an ever loving sister, Mrs. P. Birch, of Alva, Oklahoma, arrived home Tuesday morning in time to attend the funeral. (Hutchinson News, 2-12-1896)

GLOVER
Mr. William M. Glover died at his home this morning, after a lingering illness lasting nearly six months. He was widely and favorably known by a large circle of friends. The following account of his life, written by himself, was found after his death. It was dated March 10, 1903: William M. Glover was born November 14, 1828 in Abeville District, S. C. When quite a young man, he moved with his father to Ohio, near Cincinnati, in 1832. His mother died the next year, and he was left homeless, staying with different families until the year 1846, when he emigrated with some others to Mercer County, Illinois. In 1851 he crossed the plains to California. He returned to Illinois in 1861. In 1862 he volunteered as a private in Co. B, 83rd Illinois Volunteers. He served his country three years as a soldier. At the close of the war he returned to Illinois, Warren County, where he was engaged in farming until 1884, when he moved to Hutchinson, Kansas where he lived two years. He then moved to Stevens County, Kansas, where he lived ten years. He moved back to Hutchinson, where he has lived ever since. William M. Glover was born a Presbyterian (in one of the Psalm-singing churches) and became a member at any early age, and remained a member of that church until he came to Hutchinson, where there was no orgaization of Psalm singers. He united with the First Presbyterian church of Hutchinson. During his sojourn in Stevens County he was elected and ordained a ruling elder in the First Presbyterian church of Hugoton, Kansas, which office he held until he returned to Hutchinson. William M. Glover was married to Miss Adaline Connor, of Rockbridge Co., Virginia in the year 1853 on the 10th of February, in Monmouth County, Illinois. Eight children were born to them, three sons and five daughters. Two of the sons and two of the daughters died in early life. One son, J. F. Glover and one daughter, Mrs. Emma Hughes have made their home with their parents in Hutchinson. The other daughters are Mrs. w. S. Brown of Newark, O.T. and Mrs. H. W. Bailey, of Mount Hope, West Virginia. The services will be from the First Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. The G.A.R. post will attend in a body.(Hutchinson News, 5-16-1904

GREGORY
Mrs. Margaret Gregory, age 68 years, died last evening at the Newton home of her daughter, Mrs. Ora Newell. The funeral services will be held from the Hadley church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 with Rev. W. T. Danner in charge. The body will arrive Saturday morning and will lay at the Johnson funeral home until until time for the funeral. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. McClellan, Mrs. Lucile Brooks, and T. B. Gregory of Hutchinson; Mrs. Ora Newell of Newton; Mrs. L. C. Hardy and John C. Gregory of Burdett and A. A. Gregory of Iowa. (Hutchinson News, 4-4-1918)

HARDCASTLE
Last evening at five o'clock Mrs. J. H. Hardcastle passed away at the home of her daughter Mrs. H. W. Young, 307 Thirteenth avenuen east, after a long and lingering illness. Mrs. Hardcastle was a pioneer of Hutchinson and Kansas, having lived here since 1875. She was born April 3, 1854 in Newburyport, Mass., and in September of 1871 was married to J. H. Hardcastle of Knaresboro, England. Four years later the family moved to Hutchinson and have resided here ever since. She is survived by a son, Joe Hardcastle, and four daughters, Mrs. Will Hirst, Mrs. A. B. Shipman, Miss Flora Hardcastle and Mrs. Harry Young, all of this city. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Young home on Thirteenth avenue east. Rev. M. L. Kain will officiate. (Hutchinson News, 4-9-1919)

HARRIS
Mrs. James Harris, the wife of James Harris who manages the restaurant for colored people on Avenue E west, died at their home last night. (Hutchinson News, 3-30-1923)

HARRIS
A little child of Harrison Harris and wife (colored) died at the Harris home yesterday evening, of pneumonia. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of their many friends.(Hutchinson News, 3-28-1895)

HARTFORD
Mrs. Martha Hartford of Medora, died today at the home of her son, H. Hartford, in that place. Mrs. Hartford was 92 years old and was one of the oldest settlers of this part of the west, coming here in 1873, so many of the important events and crisises of the county passed under her observation. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Hartford home at Medora, and the burial will be in Eastside Cemetery here. Mrs. Hartford leaves three children, H. Hartford and William Hartford of Medora, and Mrs. G. W. Cooter of Hutchinson. (Hutchinson News, 6-2-1904)

HIGGINS
Mary Higgins, colored, died at her home on Fourth Ave. West, this morning at 7 o'clock. (Hutchinson News, 11-8-1897)

HOLMES
The body of Harold Holmes, 13 years old, who was accidently shot and killed at Kansas City, Mo., was brought here for burial and the funeral services were held this afternoon at three o'clock at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Susan Holmes of Avenue C west. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Holmes, who formerly lived here, but who have been living in Kansas City for the past eight years. (Hutchinson News, 12-4-1917)

HOLMES
Richard Holmes, a well known aged colored man, died at his home on West C Avenue early this morning. Mr. Holmes was an old soldier and a member of the G.A.R. post of Hutchinson. He leave a wife and a large family of children, besides many friends, who will greatly miss him. No funeral arrangements will be made until a son of the deceased, Will Holmes, who is teaching school at Rosedale, is heard from. (Hutchinson News, 5-29-1902)

HOTH
After a long period of illness, Mrs. Charlotte Hoth passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel G. Scholz. Mrs. Hoth was nearly eighty-four years of age and had lived in this state for many years. Besides her daughter, she is survived by her son, Henry, living in Grant township. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date. (Hutchinson News, 17-9-1920)

JOHNS
Funeral services for Stephen M. Johns, a prominent lumberman of the city who died yesterday morning, will be held from the family home, 610 Avenue A east, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Elks will be in charge with Father Maurice Kain to preach the funeral. Interment will be in Eastside Cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 1-18-1917)

KELLY
Funeral services for Frank Kelly who died at a local hospital yesterday will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from St. Theresa's Catholic church. Mr. Kelly 's body is at the home of his son, Mr. James Kelly, one of the managers of the local Kress store. He is survived by his wife and six children. (Hutchinson News, 8-25-1920)

KITTLE
See obituary of Stacy Francis Kittle here Other names include Ketlar and Dixon/Dickson. (Hutchinson News, 10-9-1923)

KITTLE
Mrs. S. F. Kittle died at her home in Nickerson this morning after being sick for the past week. She was 74 years of age and has lived at Nickerson for the last nine years. She is survived by her husband and four children: Mrs. Katie Dickson/Dixon and J. N. Kittle of Nickerson; S. M. Kittle of Texhoma, Texas and W. W. Kittle of Abbyville. She also has one brother and two sisters. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home. Burial will be at the Fairview Methodist cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 4-3-1923)

KITTLE
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Kittle, of Enterprise township, died last night at their home. The burial service was held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Eastside cemetery, with Rev. W. B. Stevens, pastor of the South Hutchinson Methodist church, in charge. (Hutchinson News, 3-9-1923)

KOESTEL
Peter Koestel, 38, of near Arlington, died yesterday afternoon about 4:30 o'clock in a local hospital following an operation for appendicitis. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koestel sr., his wife and four children. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon from the Partridge church, with burial in the Partridge cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 7-14-1923)

LENTZ
Andrew J. Lentz died this morning at his home at 407 Avenue B west, at the age of 85 years. Mr. Lentz was born in Richland county, Ohio, on April 24, 1831, and served in the Civil War with Co. H, 28 Iowa regiment. He came to Reno county in 1878 and settled near Abbyville. He and his wife, who died three years ago, lived together 61 years. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. W. J. Rutledge, Hutchinson; Mrs. Eli Davidson, Stafford; Charles Lentz, Cimarron; F. H. Lentz, Arlington; and William Lentz, of Hutchinson. The funeral services will be held Sunday, at 2 o'clock at Abbyville. (Hutchinson News, 12-15-1916)

LEWIS
The news that Mrs. Arthur Lewis has passed away came as a great shock to her friends this morning. It seemed but yesterday that she had been among them cheering them on with her bright, happy smile. She was taken ill the last of last week with an attack of appendicitis and was operated upon on Saturday. Yesterday it was thought the crisis had passed and that she was improving, but later in the night took a turn for the worse and she passed away at 3 a.m. Elizabeth Miller was born in Kansas City in 1883. She spent the greater part of her life there and came to Hutchinson after her marriage to Arthur H. Lewis, the ceremony taking place at ther sister's home in Denver in 1910. Mrs. Lewis was the possessor of a very sweet soprano voice and she early became identified with the musical interests of the city and was elected a member of the Apollo and Hutchinson Music clubs, and was president of the latter this year until she resigned a short time ago. Few requests to sing were ever turned down by her but it was lovable manner and her happy disposition that caused all to love her. She is survived by her husband and four brothers and sisters, Mr. E. R. Dickerson of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. W. T. Prickett of Minneapolis, Minn.; Howard Miller of Kansas City and Earl Miller of San Francisco, California. Funeral services are not yet set, but all of her brothers and sister plan to be here. (Hutchinson News, 10-12-1921)

LLOYD
Word was received this morning by Lon Lloyd from his brothers, Gordon Lloyd, who recently moved from Hutchinson to Grand Rapids, MI, that his wife, Mrs. Meda Lloyd, died suddenly last night. A baby, twenty four hours old, survives her. Mrs. Lloyd was nineteen years old and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rutherford, who came here in in November to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, who lived at 506 Avenue B, west. Both families moved to Grand Rapids the first of the year. Mrs. Lloyd lived in Hot Springs, Ark., for a number of years but Mr. Lloyd has made this city his home. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Lloyd, live at 302 Avenue D west and a brother, Lon Lloyd, owns the Pastime Smoker at 306 South Main street. The funeral services will be held in Grand Rapids and burial will be in that city.(Hutchinson News, 1-18-1917)

LOWE
The death of Dr. I. A. Lowe occurred Saturday evening after only about one week's sickness. Dr. Lowe was a well-know veterinary surgeon who had lived in Central and Western Kansas for the past twenty-five years. Several years of his life in Kansas was spent in Hutchinson. He was an old soldier and was a member of the Joe Hooker post, G.A.R., of this city. He had reached his sixty-second year and leaves a wife, three sons and three daughters. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon from the First Christian church of which Dr. Lowe was a member. Members of the Grand Army, the Relief Corps and a part of K. N. G., were present together with the many friends of the deceased. The services were conducted by D. Y. Donaldson at 4 o'clock and the interment occurred yesterday evening at Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 3-18-1901)

MCCAFFERY
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary McCaffery, who died yesterday, will be held from the Catholic church at Castleton tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock with Father William Farrell in charge. Interment will be in the Castleton cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 9-16-1916)

McDERMED
Word was received here today of the death of Will E. McDermed of Los Angeles. His death was the result of a motor accident which occured about a year ago. He formerly lived in this city. Burial will take place in Los Angeles. He is survived by five brother and sisters, J. A. McDermed, R. F. McDermed, Lizzie McDermed, J. E. McDermed and Frank McDermed, all of this city. (Hutchinson News, 7-14-1923)

MARRIOT
The body of Mrs. Ann Marriot will be brought to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ann Frances Williams tomorrow morning and at one o'clock a short service will be held before starting for the Harmony church south of the city, where the services and burial will be held. (Hutchinson News, 3-7-1917)

MEASER
This morning Jane A. Measer, wife of J. J. Measer, died at the family home in North Reno. She had been a sufferer with paralysis for five years. Mrs. Measer was born in Nichols, New York in 1841, and was married to Mr. Measer in 1860. The funeral will be hled tomorrow from the home in North Reno, at 10 o'clock. Services conducted by Rev. J. G. Wilkinson. (Hutchinson News, 8-8-1896)

MENNIS
The funeral services for Mrs. Esther Mennis will be held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Inda Searles, of 604 Avenue B west, in charge of Rev. A. L. Deever. (Hutchinson News, 12-15-1916)

MERTZ
Mrs. F. G. Mertz died at her home, 128 Wessel Ave. East, this morning at 7:30 a.m. She had been ill with pnuemonia for the last week. Born Ethel Potter in Elgin, Ill., April 12, 1858, she married Mr. Mertz in Iroquois Co., Illinois in 1879, and they came to Reno county in 1886. Mr. Mertz died two years ago. She is survived by a brother, Randolph Potter, of Chicago, Ill., and a sister, Alice Lartzen of Kansas City, Mo., who was with her during her illness. Burial will be Thursday afternoon at Eastside cemetery, following services from the home. (Hutchinson News, 7-24-1910)

MILAM
See obituary of John Strange Milam here Other names include Walker, Robinson, Hill, Clark and Chappin. (Hutchinson News, 7-28-1909)

MILLAY
Word was received here this morning of the death of Samuel Millay, father of Mrs. C. H. Anderson of 1294 North Main street which occurred at the home of his son, Frank Millay at Hackett, Mo. The funeral and burial will be held at the old home at Avalon, Mo. Mr. Millay was 80 years, 6 months and 27 days old at the time of his death and had until recently and he was well known here, especially among the congregation of the First Christian church where he was faithful in his attendance. His two children, Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Millary are his sole survivors. (Hutchinson News, 6-25-1921)

MING
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ming, who died Tuesday morning, was held from the family home, 921 Avenue A east, yesterday. Rev. E. W. Cole conducted the ceremony and burial was in the Eastside cemetery. Mrs. Ming was 58 years old and leaves only a husband, James Ming, to mourn her loss. (Hutchinson News, 8-24-1905)

MOHR
Former Hutchinson resident, Mrs. Lizzie Mohr, 62, died at her home in San Delmas, Calif. Services and burial will be in Visalia, Calif. Survivors include her children: Mrs. Hugh Ringer of Hutchinson, Mrs. Mary Lemon and Charles Mohr, both of San Delmas, and Floyd Mohr of Glendora, Calif.(abstract, Hutchinson News, 7-28-1930)

MORGAN
The remains of Mrs. William Morgan will arrive here tomorrow evening from Oklahoma City, where she died Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Oswald. The body will be taken direct from the trains to Eastside for burial. Mrs. Morgan was a resident of Hutchinson for nearly thirty years but the last few years have been spent in Oklahoma with her other daughters. The others are Mrs. James McLain and Mrs. Butler of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Gene McInturff of New York City.(Hutchinson News, 8-20-1920)

MUCK
Mrs. Muck, of Haven, widow of the late Captain Muck who died many years ago, died last night. She was well along in years and had lived in Haven for a long time. She had been sick quite a little while. It was not learned what was the immediate cause of her death. She leaves two sons, George and James, the latter being a blind boy. The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made. (Hutchinson News, 4-20-1904)

NORMAN
Joseph B. Norman, an old soldier who formerly lived at Arlington, died last night in the Queen City Hotel in the city. He was 63 years of age and his death was caused by pneumonia. He was a member of the G.A.R. post at Arlington and will be taken back there for burial. The G.A.R. will have charge of his funeral. (Hutchinson News, 2-13-1899)

NOYES
See obituary of Charles J. Noyes here Other names include Lyman. (Hutchinson News, 1-31-1910)

NOYES
Oscar S. Noyes, an old resident of Hutchinson, died July 8 at Alva, Okla., where he has resided since 1914. He was a veteran of the Civil War and the G.A.R. post at Alva had charge of the funeral. Mr. Noyes was 75 years of age. He was raised in Pike Count, Illinois and served in the Union army in the 47th Ill. Inf. He came to Kansas in 1875 and was united in marriage to Arlette M. Gillen, Jan. 13, 1881. Born to this union were three children: Oscar G. of Freedom, Okla., Albert H. of Harrold, Tex., and Mrs. Mary G. Metz of Pawnee, Oklahoma. (Hutchinson News, 7-22-1920)

NUCKOLLS
Joseph D. Nuckolls, for thirty-two years a resident of Hutchinson and vicinity, died at the family home one half mile north of the Hutchinson Country Club yesterday afternoon at 4:00. He had been ill for two weeks, asthma and complications causing death. Mr. Nuckolls was fifty eight years old and was a well know farmer. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Nuckolls and two small sons, William and Charles, who live at home. He is also survived by a brother and three sisters who lived in Missouri. Services are pending but will be held at the home with burial in the Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 1-18-1917)

OBEE
See obituary of Henry Obee here Other names include Raff and Black. (Hutchinson News, 7-23-1900)

OBEE
Mrs. Obee, the widow of Henry Obee, who died here last summer, passed away yesterday afternoon of cancer of the stomach, at her home three miles south of Hutchinson. The family was among the early settlers in Reno county and their friends over the county will greatly regret to learn of Mrs. Obee's death. Mrs. Obee was the sister of S. F. Raff of Hutchinson and also of Mrs. J. B. Brown. She leaves two sons, Cecil and Lou, and two daughters, Miss Helen and Mrs. Hershberger. All of the children are residents of this county. The funeral will be held from the home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. (Hutchinson News, 3-5-1902)

OGLE
Funeral services for Mrs. Alice M. Ogle, who died at Kansas City, Mo., will be held from the home of her sister, Mrs. M. R. Cain, 107 Twelfth Avenue west, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in charge of Rev. J. W. Abel of the First Methodist church. Interment will be in the Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 9-16-1916)

ORMSBY
The death of George W. Ormsby, 68 years old, took place at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. J. Vosberg of 211 Seventh Avenue west. He had lived here for six weeks and the body was taken to Peach Orchard, Arkansas, for burial. His only other relative, his daughter Mrs. W. F. Holmes, lives there. (Hutchinson News, 12-4-1917)

PAYNE
The funeral of J. W. Payne took place yesterday afternoon from the residence of his parents on Avenue A east, and the remains were followed to their last resting place in the city cemetery by a large concourse of people. Rev. D. D. Akin preached the funeral discourse, taking his text from Job 14 14: "If a man die shall he live again." He delivered an excellent sermon—impressive and thoughtful. He gave a short sketch of the life of the deceased, who was born in Lucas county, O., December 12, 1860. He was the youngest child of a family of nine. He was the expected stay and support of his father and mother in their declining years. As a son he was obedient and affectionate. His care and interest in his parents led him to anticipate many of their wishes before expressed. He was a member of Keno lodge, No. 140, A. F. and A. M., and was prominent in the order and enjoyed its fullest confidence. The Blue lodge, Keno commandery, and the Order Eastern Star attended the funeral in a body, led by the Select Knights band. Upon the arrival at the cemetery the body was taken in charge by the Masons, and the burial services of the order observed. (Hutchinson Daily News, 4-24-1886)

PENNINGTON
John Wesley Pennington died Monday, April 12, at his home in Arlington following a heart attack. He was born in Cass County, Missouri, on Feb. 7, 1865, and came to Arlington in 1906. Mr. Pennington was a Methodist and a member of Masonic Cable lodge #299. He was a mail carrier for 25 years. Mr. Pennington was preceded in death by his wife, Mary, in 1952, and is survived by his children, Mrs. Edith Borders of Arlington, Mrs. Alpha Shackleford of Hutchinson and James of Fall River; also a brother, Ernest, of Alva, Oklahoma. (abstract, Hutchinson News-Herald, 4-12-1954)

PERKERSON
Mrs. Lula Jane Perkerson, colored, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. Johnson, 62 Twelfth west, this morning at 1:15 a.m. Mrs. Perkerson was 77 years and 9 months of age. She came here five years ago from Keytesville, Mo., to live with her daughter. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Susie Johnson, a son Paul Perkerson and a brother, A. E. Perkerson, all of this city. The funeral will be held from the Johnson home this afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. Rogers, of the Second Baptist church, and Rev. Allen, officiating. The body will be shipped tonight to Keytesville, Mo., for burial. (Hutchinson News, 12-1-1915)

PERKERSON
See obituary of William Heber Perkerson here Other names include Jones. (Hutchinson News, 5-30-1914)

PERKINS
Joseph Perkins, colored, died at the Mercy hospital yesterday afternoon of a complication of diseases. He had been ill for some time. Mr. Perkins lived at 1221 North Madison street. His is survived by his widow and two sons, Walter and LeRoy Perkins, of this city, and two step-children, Kearney and Coril Williams. The deceased was a prominent member of the Bethel A.M.E. church and his funeral will be held there tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The body will be taken to Burlingame tomorrow night, for burial there. Mr. Perkins was 44 years of age.(Hutchinson News, 6-5-1915)

POE
Another old soldier died in the city yesterday. Comrade John Poe, of the Second Tennessee regiment. The funeral was conducted by the G.A.R. post this morning. (Hutchinson News, 12-13-1897)

POLLARD
Mrs. E. E. Pollard, for forty-six years a resident of Harvey County, died at the family home in Newton there yesterday after an illness of only a week. Pneumonia was the cause of death. Mrs. Pollard is survived by her husband and four children, Mrs. C. V. Keller, of 419 Avenue B west; R. B. Pollard, of Topeka; Ross Pollard and Mrs. Cecil Powell, of Newton. Funeral services will be held from the Presbyterian church in Newton Friday afternoon at 2:30 with Rev. Morrison in charge. Interment will be in Green cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 1-18-1917)

POPE
Lisle Jay Pope, a student at the Hutchinson High School, died at 4:30 this morning at the hope of his mother, Mrs. Wright Pope, on Eleventh Avenue West. He had been ill but nine days. He was a junior in the high school and a member of the track team, in which he took a great deal of interest. He was also a member of the Bethel A.M.E. church and sang in the choir. He leaves his mother, Mrs. Wright Pope, and two sisters, Alice Pope, of Wilson, and Etau Pope. (Hutchinson News, 3-31-1917)

RICHARDS
The death of James L. Richards occurred last night about nine o'clock at his home at 128 Carpenter east. He is survived by his wife and three daughters, Mrs. C. H. Sturgeon, Mrs. C. H. Evans, and Mrs. A. Evans of this city. Funeral arrangements will be made later. (Hutchinson News, 3-19-1919)

RINGER
George Monroe Ringer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ringer, 400 West 25th, died in a local hospital at 8:30 last night after a three weeks' illness. He was born December 5, 1923 in Hutchinson. He was a member of the Church of God and was a sophomore at Hutchinson high school Besides his parents he is survived by three brothers, Douglas Jr., Robert and Harold, and two sisters, Lillian and Pauline, all of the home, and a grandfather, Monroe Ringer of Guthrie, Okla. Services will be held Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the Elliott-Gard chapel. Mrs. S. E. Dooty of the Church of God will be in charge. (abstract, Hutchinson News, May 6, 1939)

RINGER
Kenneth Ringer, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ringer of 124 West Bigger street, died this morning at his home, following a six months illness. He was born in Hutchinson 8 years ago. He is survived by his parents, and two sisters, Lillian and Pauline, and two brothers, Douglas Jr. and Robert. (Hutchinson News, 9-7-1922)

RINGER
Graveside services Monroe W. Ringer will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Eastside Cemetery, Hutchinson. Mr. Ringer, of Ulysses, died at a Garden City hospital Sunday morning after a short illness. Mr. Ringer was born Dec. 2 1885, at Will County, Ill. He was a former Hutchinson resident before moving to Ulysses. Survivors include his brother Douglas Ringer, 518 East A Hutchinson; four sisters, Mable Law, Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Cora Shipman, Guthrie, Okla. Mrs. Nettie Trumbull, Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Eva Law of California. (abstract, Hutchinson News, 9-26-1961)

RINGER
Funeral services for Nellie H. (Mohr) Ringer, 62, will be Saturday morning at the First Church of God, with burial in Fairlawn cemetery. Rev. E. C. Ogle will officiate the services. Mrs. Ringer died at her home, 514 East A, after an illness of three months. She was born March 14, 1891 at Lincoln, Kansas and had been a resident of Hutchinson since 1915. She and Douglas Ringer were married in 1911. Mrs. Ringer was a member of the Church of God. She is survived by her husband; two sons, Douglas Jr., 2607 Malloy, and Robert, 114 North Plum; two daughters, Mrs. Pauline Magyar, of Lawton, OK, and Lillian Ek, 607 East 10th; a sister, Mrs. May Carter, Middleton, California, and two brothers, Charles Mohr of Wellington and Floyd Mohr of Tucson, Arizona; also nine grandchildren. (abstract, Hutchinson News-Herald, 1-14-1954)

ROACH
Word was received here this morning of the death of Robert Cornelius Roach, of Kansas City, a former Hutchinson man. Interment will be in Kansas City, Mo., where he lived for the last twenty years. Mr. Roach was about 52 years of age and was a native of St. Louis. He came to Hutchinson in the late '90's and was connected with the Parker Creamery. While here he married Miss Gertrude Parker, daughter of the late Thomas Parker. To them were born three daughters who survive with their mother: Miss Melissa Roach, Mrs. Leo Ocean Smith and Mrs. J. J. Ryan, all of Kansas City. Miss Bertha Parker left this morning for Kansas City to be with her sister.(Hutchinson News, 3-9-1923)

ROSS
See obituary of Mrs. J. M. C. Ross here (Hutchinson News, 12-7-1897)

ROETHEMEYER
John Christian Roethemeyer, an old soldier, died at his residence at 613 Ave. B east on Saturday night after a lingering illness. He served during the war in the Fourth and Fifth Missouri regiments of volunteers, and was a member of Joe Hooker post, G.A.R. He leaves five children, two of them, John C., jr., and Mrs. Selma Vosper, living in Hutchinson and the others in St. Louis. The funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from the residence, Rev. O. L. Cook, pastor of the First Christian church, preaching the services and the G.A.R. will have charge. Burial will be in Eastside cemetery.(Hutchinson News, 6-21-1909)

SALES
Mrs. Emma Sales, aged 81 years, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Watson Foulks, five miles south of the Forsha ranch. The funeral was held this afternoon at Pretty Prairie.(Hutchinson News, 7-7-1900)

SCOTT
H. A. Scott of 104 Avenue E east, died Sunday afternoon at 3:45. He was 76 years old and leaves a wife, three sons and one daughter. The funeral will be held from the home tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Bartholomew of the Hadley chapel, having charge of the services. The interment will be in the Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 5-16-1904)

SHATTUCK
Mrs. Mary Shottuck/Shattuck, 87 years old, who has been living for the past seven years at the county farm, died there last night. The funeral services were held this morning, conducted by Rev. C. I. Coldsmith. Mrs. Shattuck has been a widow for 41 years. She is survived by two daughters, who live in Colorado, neither of whom came to their mothers' funeral. (Hutchinson News, 12-15-1916)

SHINNABARGER
Mrs. Frances E. Shinnabarger, daughter of Mrs. Hannah Wyman of this city, died last week at her home in Arkoe, Mo., and was buried there. She was born in Arkoe, Mo., on March 30, 1872 and was 48 years of age at the time of her death. In 1884 she came with her parents to Reno county and lived near Langdon until 1902 when the family moved back to the old home in Missouri. There she was married to William A. Shinnabarger in 1904. She is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Hannah Wyman and two nieces, Mrs. Bessie Post of Wray, Colo., and Miss Verna Neal, who lives with her grandmother in this city. (Hutchinson News, 2-5-1921)

SHUNK
Funeral services for J. Putnam Shunk, a well known businessman who died yesterday, will be conducted from the family home, 225 Sixth Avenue east, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be in Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 9-16-1916)

SINGLEY
William H. Singley, an old soldier, died this afternoon at his home at 103 Sixth Ave. West. He was an old soldier and had lived many years in this city. He is survived by his wife and a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Dade living in the country near here. No funeral arrangements have yet been made. (Hutchinson News, 8-20-1920)

SMITH
George Allen Smith, 67 years old, a pioneer negro citizen of Hutchinson, died at the family home, 909 Third Ave. East, this morning at 9:20 o'clock. He had been ill for some time, a complication of diseases causing death. Mr. Smith had lived in Hutchinson thirty-five years and was an old soldier. He was a well known member of the Second Baptist church and an esteemed citizen. He is survived by his wife and two children, William Smith of Holton and Mrs. Dora Tipp, of Wichita. Services are to be conducted from the Second Baptist church tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, with interment in Eastside cemetery.(Hutchinson News, 12-6-1916)

STARKS
Lafern, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Starks, 320 Ave. E west, died last night age two years 25 days. The little one was a victim of pneumonia and flu. She was a twin, her little twin brother being named Lavern. Two other brothers and two sisters survive besides him. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. fom the Crocker funeral parlor, Rev. O. P. Garlock, pastor of the Calvary U. B. church, officiating. Interment will be at Fairlawn. (Hutchinson News, 3-30-1923)

SWITZER
See obituary of Alexander Switzer here Other names include Nee, Ingham, Brock and Eales. (Hutchinson News, 3-19-1919)

TEEMLEY
Mrs. Ellen Avery Teemley, who died in Enid, Okla., earlier this week, was buried beside her husband, who died last August, in Harmony cemetery this morning at 11 o'clock. The Teemley family were early day Lincoln county settlers and after fifteen years ago moved to Oklahoma. They formerly owned property south and east of Hutchinson. (Hutchinson News, 1-18-1917)

THIESSEN
Little Levina, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Thiessen near Buhler, died Tuesday evening at the age of 3 years and 2 months. (Hutchinson News, 3-9-1923) Mrs. Emma A. Thompson of 205 Seventh Ave. west, died this morning. She had been ill but a few days only. The funeral will be held from the home Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in Eastside cemetery. Mrs. Thompson was born in Lorain county, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1845. She was married to William A. Thompson with whom she came to Hutchinson in January of 1888 and has lived here ever since that time. In early youth she was united with the Methodist church and remained a consistant member throughout her life. The near relatives who survive to mourn her loss are a daughter, Mrs. O. G. Ward and two sons, G. B. Thompson of 225 Ave. west and Percy R. Thompson of 205 7th west. Other relatives are a sister, Mrs. A. W. Palmer of Detroit, Mich., and a brother, Charles Cragin of Seattle, Wash.(Hutchinson News, 2-5-1921)

THOMPSON
Mrs. Emma A. Thompson of 205 Seventh Ave. west, died this morning. She had been ill but a few days only. The funeral will be held from the home Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in Eastside cemetery. Mrs. Thompson was born in Lorain county, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1845. She was married to William A. Thompson with whom she came to Hutchinson in January of 1888 and has lived here ever since that time. In early youth she was united with the Methodist church and remained a consistant member throughout her life. The near relatives who survive to mourn her loss are a daughter, Mrs. O. G. Ward and two sons, G. B. Thompson of 225 Ave. west and Percy R. Thompson of 205 7th west. Other relatives are a sister, Mrs. A. W. Palmer of Detroit, Mich., and a brother, Charles Cragin of Seattle, Wash.(Hutchinson News, 2-5-1921)

THOMAS
The body of Alice Lee Thomas, who died Tuesday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, of Cloverdale addition, was taken to St. John this morning for burial. The funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon from the Bethel A.M.E. church. The family formerly lived in St. John. (Hutchinson News, 11-2-1916)

THOMAS
The funeral of Mrs. Sylvia J. Thomas, who died Thursday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Williams, 220 Thirteenth Ave. West, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 from the Second Baptist church. Burial will take place in the Eastside cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 7-14-1923)

THRASHER
Bessie Thrasher died Tuesday afternoon at Grace Hospital, after being admitted three weeks ago. Funeral services will be Thursday at the Elliott and Gard chapel with burial in Arlington Cemetery, Rev. S. W. Keller officiating. Bessie Pennington was born June 21, 1893 in Missouri and came with her family to Arlington when a girl. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fay, in 1941. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pennington of Arlington; her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Allen, her sons, Frank, now home on leave from the Navy, and Cpl. Arthur Thrasher, stationed at Harvard, Neb.; a brother, James Pennington of Fall River and two sisters, Mrs. Clifford Shackleford of Hutchinson and Mrs. John Borders of Arlington; also a granddaughter. (abstract, Hutchinson News-Herald, 4-18-1945)

THRASHER
Fay Thrasher, age 48 of Hutchinson, died Nov. 25 at a local hospital after suffering a heart attack. He was born in Abbyville on July 29, 1893, and was a cattle buyer for Winchester Packing Company. He is survived by his wife, Bessie, of the the home; his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Allen of Hutchinson, and two sons, Frank, who is in the U. S. Navy, and Arthur, of Wichita. He is also survived by three sisters, Elsie Thrasher of Lansing, Mich., Mrs. Jennie McKinley of Canon City, Colo., and Mrs. Alice Cronic of Greensburg; two brothers, Clyde and Guy, both of Arlington, and one granddaughter. (abstract, Hutchinson News, 11-26-1941)

THRASHER
Frank L. Thrasher died at his home in Arlington last night following a short illness. He was born on Oct. 21, 1863 in Missouri, and came to Arlington in 1879. He was a retired farmer. He is survived by his children, Miss Elsie Thrasher of Lansing, Mich.; Mrs. Jennie McKinley of Canon City, Colo.; Mrs. Alice Cronic/Cronio, Haviland; Fay Thrasher, Hutchinson; Guy Thrasher and Clyde Thrasher, both of Arlington. A brother, Steve Thrasher, Enid, Okla., also survives. Services will be Tuesday afternoon at Arlington Methodist Church, with burial in the Arlington Cemetery.(abstract, Hutchinson News, 2-26/27-1939)
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The funeral of F. L. Thrasher was postponed until tomorrow afternoon because the drifts made it impossible to get through to the Arlington cemetery.(abstract, Hutchinson News, 2-28-1939)

TOWNSEND
See obituary of Estella Townsend Other names include Sherman, Brown, Giggie, Green, Hoover. (Hutchinson News, 3-15-1919)

TOWNSEND
See obituary of Maggie Townsend Other names include Culbertson. (Hutchinson News, 3-15-1919)

TRESCOTT
The funeral of James Trescott, late private Co. G 18th Illinois infantry, who died on the 11 day of February, 1896, will be from the residence at 303 Ninth West on Thursday, the 13th, at 3 o'clock p.m., sermon by Rev. A. F. Irwin. The services will be in charge of Joe Hooker Post. All officers and members of the post, as well as any other ex-soldiers, are requested to assemble at the post hall at 1 o'clock p.m. to attend the funeral.(Hutchinson News, 2-12-1896)

VANCE
Mrs. Bettie Vance, wife of Charles Vance of Hutchinson, died at St. Joseph, Mo., while visiting with a sister, Lora Norman. The remains were brought to Hutchinson and the funeral will be held Sunday afternoon from the Second Baptist church. Mrs. Vance was 56 years of age. She was a sister of Joe Cook, of Hutchinson. [note: another notice gave her first name as "Becky"] (Hutchinson News, 4-29-1921)

VANDIVEER
Nellie Elizabeth Vandiveer, the 6-months-old daughter of Calvin Vandeveer, living five miles east of the city, died at 6 o'clock this morning of bowel complaint, after a short illness. The funeral will be held Thursday morning from the home, the Rev. H. T. Kerr conducting the services.(Hutchinson News, 4-20-1904)

VANDOLAH
The death of J. S. Vandolah occurred yesterday evening at his home on Ninth Ave. West. Mr. Vandolah was one of the old settlers of Reno county, having settled in Salt Creek township in 1874 or 1875. A few year ago he moved to Hutchinson where he remained until his death. He has been a member of Reno Lodge No. 140, A. F. and A. M. for twenty years past and a Mason for forty-two years. He was 83 years of age and leaves a wife, two sons and a daughter. Mr. Vandolah was quiet in his habits and seldom left the house except upon business, and consequently was not as widely known as many more recent settlers in the county. He was a man however, that was greatly respected by all who knew him. The funeral will be held under charge of the Masons, from the Christian church Sunday forenoon at 11 o'clock. (Hutchinson News, 2-17-1899)

WEAVER
The three year old child of Mr. and Mrs. E. Weaver, of Partridge, was fatally injured by a fall from a buggy. Her mother was driving to the cemetery to decorate a grave, when the child fell from the buggy and was hurt. (Hutchinson News, 5-30-1914)

WEAVER
I. Weaver, one of the old residents of Reno County, who lately has been operating a small mill at Maple Hill, died there quite suddenly on September 8. He stepped into the mill to weigh a load of corn. Upon not returning in due time the customer went in to see what was wrong and found Mr. Weaver lying dead on the floor. Mr. Weaver came to Reno county from Rock Island, Ill., located at Partridge thirty years ago. He was one of the main contractors in building South Hutchinson. Finally he built the Partridge House at Partridge and ran the same for twenty five years. He went from there to Maple Hill several years ago and was operating a small grinding mill at that place. All members of the family, except one son and one brother were present at the funeral which took place in Maple Hill cemetery Sunday afternoon, a large procession following remains to the cemetery. (Hutchinson News, 9-16-1916)

WEAVER
Mrs. W. R. Weaver, wife of Rev. W. R. Weaver, a well known Methodist minister and superintendent of a childrens' home of the church, who died Sunday in Colorado Springs, was laid to rest in the mausoleum in Eastside cemetery yesterday afternoon. The body was taken to Fowler, her former home, from Colorado Springs, for short funeral services, and then brought here. (Hutchinson News, 11-2-1916)

WENDELBORN
See obituary of Ida Wendelborn Other names include Noyes, Mills, McEntee, Lyman. (Hutchinson News, 3-15-1919)



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