The Chillicothion-Tribune Chillicothe, Missouri February 9, 1935
Funeral of George Gay This Afternoon Services Will Be Held at the Norman Norman Funeral Home Chapel at 2 O'clock Funeral services for George D. Gay, 90 years of age, whose death occurred Wednesday evening at his home, 78 Cherry Street, will be conducted conducted from the Norman Funeral Home this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Conducted by. Rev. LaVerne Ru- Pallbearers will be grandsons of deceased: Ralph Gay, John D. thelRickett, Glen Dayton, Charles Day- dolph, pastor of the First Christian Church at Ludlow. ton, Edward Dayton and Kenneth Fordyce. George Dallas Gay was born No- yember 28, 1844 in Meshoppen, Pa., w here he lived until 1864 when he red the Civil War from Scran- Pa. After the war he moved with his parents to Illinois and in 1871 he came to Livingston County, where he lived until his death. He was united in marriage to Miss Millie E. Coon in 1880 and seven children were born to them. Edward and'Virgil preceded their father in death. The following daughters and sons survive: Mrs. Mary Harper of Kansas City, Mrs. Gladys Fordyce, Mrs. Edna Dayton, Samuel and Earl all of Chillicothe. Among oth- k survivors are thirty grandchild- ren, seven great grandchildren, one TTn*«n AnXloffOT. «f fhil ! sister, Mrs. Hattie Anderson of Chil- icothe, and three brothers, Victor Gay of Council Bluffs, Iowa; Frank Gay of Corning, Iowa, and Emerson Gay of. Utica. Mrs. Harper of Kansas City, Emerson Emerson Gay of Utica and a granddaughter, granddaughter, Mrs. T. D. Cowell of Aurora, Aurora, m., are here to attend the funeral.