Death Summons Joseph Silvey (Sunday, 7 August 1955, page 10, column 2)

Funeral arrangements are pending for Joseph C. Silvey, who died here on Saturday. He was a native of Truckee and he worked as a boilermaker during most of his life. A veteran of World War I, Mr. Silvey is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jermaine Wheat of Red Bluff, and a son, Jack C. Silvey of Sparks. Also surviving are a brother, George Silvey of Oakland, and four sisters: Mrs. William Foote, Dora Peterson, [?Mrs.] Fred Houser, and Rosa Belle Harman [summarized]

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impulse and and for lecturer. the threw and still was surprised Death Summons Joseph Sjlvey F u n e r a l arrangements pending for Joseph C. Silvey, died here on Saturday. He native of Truckee and he as a boilermaker during most his life. A veteran of World War I, Silvey is survived by a Mrs. Jermaine Wheat of Red Bluff, and a son, Jack C. of Sparks. Also surviving are brother, George Silvey of Oakland, Oakland, and four sisters: Mrs. William Foote of Sparks, Dora Peterson of Gridley, Fred Houser San Francisco, and Rosa Belle Harmon of Gardnerville.

Clipped from Nevada State Journal07 Aug 1955, SunPage 10

Nevada State Journal (Reno, Nevada)07 Aug 1955, SunPage 10
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  • Death Summons Joseph Silvey (Sunday, 7 August 1955, page 10, column 2) — Funeral arrangements are pending for Joseph C. Silvey, who died here on Saturday. He was a native of Truckee and he worked as a boilermaker during most of his life. A veteran of World War I, Mr. Silvey is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Jermaine Wheat of Red Bluff, and a son, Jack C. Silvey of Sparks. Also surviving are a brother, George Silvey of Oakland, and four sisters: Mrs. William Foote, Dora Peterson, [?Mrs.] Fred Houser, and Rosa Belle Harman [summarized]

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