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Dora Burke obituary from N-P, BH, 28 Jul 1950
points on h r o u g h the own. promised r o n g It liat- t - west coast thi the o f f i c e r Mrs. Dora M. Burroughs . Funeral services will be held at p.m. Saturday from tlie Florin Funeral Funeral home for Mrs, Dora Moore Burroughs, 78, who died suddenly Thursday at h a r home, 1195 Superior street. Born in Pipcstone township April 21. 1872, Mrs. Butouehs was the oldest daughter of Elizabeth Glass Grillin. She lived in this community community for a time, then moved to the vicinity of Onekama and Bear where .she mad3 her home for 25 years, later returning to Benton Harbor, where she has resided lor tile past 24 years. She was active In several organizations, organizations, having been a msmber o! tlie Royal Neighbors of American, circle 355, Macc.iuee lodge, Yuletlde club. Golden Ager.s, Women of the Moose, and the Merry Widows. She is survived by her husband. Floyd; seven children, Ernest C. Moore of Appleton, Wis., Mrs. Florence Florence Saddoris of Pretoria, Ohio, Stanley Moore of Lansing, Stirling Moore of Lowell, Sylvan Moore of Battle Creek, Jiirdcn Moore of Rnpiris, and Mrs. G-snevlcvc Mench o( Denver, Colo.; 25 grandchildren and 12 i;reat-grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers, John nnd William Griffin, both of Benton Harbor; and four sisters, Mrs. Bert Ro.ss, Mrs. Vinus Dohm, Mrs. Harmon Ro.ss, all of Benton Harbor, and Mrs. Amos B r a n Spinks Corner.s. The K3V. P. M. Burden of the Chapel Hill UB church of Sod us noon's services, The Women of the Moose will conduct their ritual service at the Florin Funeral home, also, All the organizations of which Mrs. Burroughs was a member will attend the services in a group. The body will later be t a k e O n ^ k a m u , where graveside will be held Sunday afternoon at the Onekama cemetery.