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 - ___ ___________________________ ^HFODORF I ATFY...
___ ___________________________ ^HFODORF I ATFY »»liV/l/v/uij l OF LITERBERRY TAKEN BY DEATH Mrs them from i j it Morgan County Farmer Pa»»- e* Away Saturday After Extended Ulne»» , load Theodore Lacey passed away at four-thirty oclock Saturday afternoon ber at his home four and a half miles southeast of Uterberry after an ed tended tllne&s. Mr. Lacey who was, fifty-two year» »t the time of hi* death has alwava followed the orcupa- tlon of far.ning and has lived in var tons communme* adjoining Jackson , ville. Mr Lacey was bom In Cass county, Missouri January 29. 1S79 the son of I J. J. and Ijora Davis Lacey, He was Ti probable united in marriage on July 7. 1901 to! 1 irta Richardson of Morgan county Seven children were horn, tw. of which preceded Mr. Lacev m doath and the other five surviving as fol- Hugh of Stnc lair: George, Mar- ,ha Cathertae. Bessie Ijorm and Stella Mae of Literberry. One suiter. Mr» ; | Mollie Boatman and two brothers.! the'Thomas of Uterberry and S P Lacey i a of Iowa, also survive. all 1 The remains are at the Williamson Funeral home. Funeral service» mill ¡be held Monday afternoon at three «nn 1 win out are Pipe l.hl church Bunai ^ "'n j In

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 21 Jun 1931, Sun,
  3. Page 17

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