Basil Jackson obit

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extract of I J na- J sold and profusion. fairly a account per in from a tin at and a the out when also to by such RABJOHNS & REID mile OlilTI AllV. April 1H0U I he^e bo,r> into the home of John H., and Sarah Jackson, 3 miles south of Scottville, a baby boy, and this son was given the name Basil. In the borne he grew up with the following brothers and Bisters, Ethel, Hazel, Mary. Cora, Ilrice,' Claude, Henry. Olin, Wanda and Wilma, all now at home but Hazel, wife of Edward Irlam of near Woodson; and all of whom with the father survive. His' mother having preceded him in* Death March 31, 191 S. Since Ha^il was six years of . ago th*‘ family has resided seven) p>Mes southeast <i| Murravville, r where he attended the common! schools receiving u knowledge of; the common hranchog. His hon-i est and fun-loving disposition' winning for him the admiration j of his teachers, school mates and friends. Always a lover of outdoor life he grew up a sturdy lad until ahoet ik years of a«o when his health liejean to fail. He never) complained and bore with patience the suffering of tho pasf| year. He was hopeful of life and anxious to recover until a few days before Ins death when he gave up hopes of recovery and spoke of death as a relief from I suffering and trouble. And as| *h-' end drew near bade goodbye to his fath'-r with whom he has enjoy* d a close comradeship, saying. saying. “1 am going above.” The en l cam** quietly roarj one o’clock a. in , Aug. 30. Tho deceased being 20 years, 4 [ months I days of age at the time of death. connection; 111. We gas and 3.14

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  1. The Jacksonville Daily Journal,
  2. 04 Sep 1920, Sat,
  3. Page 2

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