Mrs. Milton Hughes Obit Oct. 24, 1927

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Mrs. Milton Hughes Obit
Oct. 24, 1927 - THE TO 6 OPENING witJh It was Hornets tough to...
THE TO 6 OPENING witJh It was Hornets tough to watch an Hornets The fact a were the last those close Chillicothe Barricman too. he the few Mrs. Margaret Hughes Who Came to Missouri in Covered Wagon, Mrs. Margaret Hughes, 76, died at her home, 814 Broadway Saturday night 8:15 o'clock of a complication of ailments. ailments. Funeral services were held from the Presbyterian church in Chula this afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by A. E. Perry, pastor of the Presbyterian church here and Rev. W. H. Brengle, pastor of the First Baptist church of this city. Interment was made in the Chula cemetery. Three children, Mrs. Caroline Dawson, Dawson, Jamesport; Rev. John Hughes Columbia, Ohio and.Mrs. Viola Hammon Hammon of Bronson, Kas., one sister, Miss Ida Levell of the home address and a brother, John Levell of Kansas City, survive. Mrs. Hughes, who is the widow of Milton Hughes, was born in Kentucky. She came to Livingston county 64 ago with her parents, John W. Levell, the trip being made in a covered Accompanying the Levell family from Kentucky were the families of John Cleveland and John W. Lilly. The Levell family settled tin a farm where the .own of Chula now stands and the Cleveland and Lilly families sett!:.! en farms northeast of Chillicothe. Ihcre were seven covered wagons in the train making the trip from Kentucky to Livingston Livingston county. Mrs. Hughes had been a resident of Chillicothe for the past 16 years. the and not The two the entering the in pedestal to the

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 24 Oct 1927, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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