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 - Minnie L. Lacey round Dead At Home Tuesday Mrs....
Minnie L. Lacey round Dead At Home Tuesday Mrs. Minnie L. Lacey, 54.1 „ of 1100 South East Street, and a ly — Washington was found dead in ;1 sh^gSnd herTlr^t it « hv invpsticnt* pub-¡¡IckypXT mvesugal : shc had t**,, reported miss- j by relatives Monday and las| Sported alive at 9:3« p.m. it simcjay Coroner John B Martin said death was from suffocation. She was foun(j ¡n a she(j behind the house hanging from a rope at- tached to a rafter Marti* said notes addressed to police and it Natives were found in a purse beside the body. ra »*« pahmiu nan in ....................E R VILLE - Ser- Born 'in Scott Countv Dec. I io, 1917, she was a daughter be Oscar and Ellen Angelo Evers ^ married George T. Lacey, i in He died Sept. 5, 1971 . Survivors include the follow- | ing; a son Thomas Wayne of Jacksonville; two daughters, Sandra Sue Lindg of Jack. sonviUe and Norma Jean Sur_ u of Coal Vall ,M five grandchildren: three brothers, william McEvers of Bluffs, in Harrv McEvers of Jacksonville be . Oliver McEvers oi Win- at chester- and three sisters Er- ma Braner 0f Jacksonville, \ia(w pullings of Merritt, and »*adriinp r&rmean of Rood- house Larmea* * Mrg ^ was preceded in dcath by he*. nts and two brothers< David and EImer Funeral services will tie held „¡“ May a t the WU-1 Friends may call anytime I after j p m today at the fun- eraj borne. the ________________ 1

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 13 Sep 1972, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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