Henry Lee Fenton Obit

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Henry Lee Fenton Obit - F F Member of Famous Family Ball Team Called by...
F F Member of Famous Family Ball Team Called by Death Friday DALLAS, Jan. 11. Funeral services for Henry Lee Fenton, well known Dallas resident have not yet been set, pending the im provement of Mrs. Fenton who has been ill with Influenza. It is Lthought that the service may be held Sunday, January 19. Both Mr. and Mrs. Fenton have been ill for the past several weeks with influenza, but the condition of Mr. Fenton became steadily worse, and Thursday had turned into pneumonia, from the effects of which he passed away Friday afternoon, Just before 4 o clock. Mr. Fenton was a member of a pioneer family, and is survived by four of his seven brothers, and two sisters. In the early days the eight Fenton brothers and their father were well known for their baseball team. The only child of Mr. and Mrs. Fenton, Carl, died some ten years ago, from illness following overseas overseas service. The local American Legion post was named In his honor. Mr. Fenton is survived by his wldow7Blanch Fenton, his brothers. brothers. Dr. Hicks Fenton and Dr. Matt Fenton of Portland, Ed of San Francisco, and Frank of Mc-Mlnnville, Mc-Mlnnville, Mc-Mlnnville, and his sisters, Mrs. Arthur Spencer of Portland, and Mrs. Amanda Landess of McMinn-ville. McMinn-ville. McMinn-ville. - Mr. Fenton was born at Lafayette Lafayette in February, 1863, and came to Dallas when a very young man. He has been identified with the civic life of the city, and personally personally looked after extensive hop and prune acreage he owned near Dallas. ENTONS 1EML HELD WITHirnVEEK

Clipped from Statesman Journal12 Jan 1930, SunPage 1

Statesman Journal (Salem, Oregon)12 Jan 1930, SunPage 1
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