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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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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