Louisa George Haley Coop obit

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Louisa George Haley Coop obit - DUIHOF LWJISA Passed Awa* Monday Nigh* a* He*...
DUIHOF LWJISA Passed Awa* Monday Nigh* a* He* Home on Be* Hdnl< Street A*e> Mrs. Louis home on B died at her Monday night of dropsy <sa&lieart*ronble, after an illness lastina 1 oft^ number of months. Her conditioql lad been dangerous for some time/ and* her death was expected by her relatives and friends. The deceased is surviTBd by her widower and eight children. Funeral services from <tbe Coop home on Brunswick ntntt Wrmon day afternoon, burial in- Edgeweed cemetery. The deceased was born at St. Charles, Charles, Mo., May s. 1829. Sharamatned at t hat place until a young lady when she moved with her parents to Petting; Petting; County, where she was married to Willis J. Haley. She lit survived by the following children by this marriage. Mrs. Ellis Hager of Idaho, Mrs. Mary Coffee of Sweet Springs, John Haley of Hustona, Mo.; Jas. Haley of Dover, Ark.; Edwin Haley of Polo, Mo.; Reuben Haley of Chillicothe, Mo. She was afterwards married to Alserd Alserd Barnes and to this union 3 child ren were born. 'Richard Barnes of Saline Saline County, Mrs. Tobey of Spalding, Okla., and Mrs. Maud Deal of this ity. The deceased then moved to Ripley Ripley county where she lived tor several years and then moved to Oklahoma, where slie lived 2 years. "Eater Bite re turned to Chillicothe and lived here the remainder of her life. Rev. S. J. White of the Christian church will conduct the bnsial ser- irices.

Clipped from The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune19 Jul 1910, TuePage 1

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Missouri)19 Jul 1910, TuePage 1
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