Obituary James Marron 1931

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Obituary James Marron 1931 - reims, DIES Widow, Nine Children and Eight...
reims, DIES Widow, Nine Children and Eight Grandchildren Survive Survive Pioneer of Butte. James (Big Jim) Matron, for 40 years on .employe on the Butte hill and one of the most widely known men In the city, died suddenly enrly yesterday morning at the family home, 1858 Harrison avenue. avenue. "Die widow, nine children and eight grandchildren, survive. Mr. IVfarron, in the early days here a prominent, amateur athlete and a boxer of note, had been ill only a few days with a. severe cold. His death came as a surprise to hundreds of friends In the city. The deceased was born 69 years ago in County Monoghan. Ireland coming to the United States at an early age. Before coming to Bntte he resided in Massachusetts for several years. He was almost continuously continuously employed here by the Anaconda company and 1 was" Known among the thousands of men on the "hill" as one of the biggest," men in Butte. He was more than six feet five Inches tall and weighed 250 pounds. For the past 10 year* he was employed as a watchman at the Mountain Con mine. I The body Is at the Daly Shea' mortuary and will be taken to the family home today, pending the funeral later In the week. The survivors, all of whom will J^i. taT , thc fun «al, Include beside his widow, four sons, Bernard Bernard and Walter Marron of Butte James Marron of Anaconda, and (Continued on Page 2, col. 5.)

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  1. Montana Butte Standard,
  2. 01 Feb 1932, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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