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MRS. ELVIRA BOON DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS. Mrs. Elvira Boon, widow of the late ex-Sheriff ex-Sheriff ex-Sheriff C. A. Boon. died early Thursday morning at her home near Sedalia. She had been an an invalid for years and helpless for a long while. She was in the eighty-fourth eighty-fourth eighty-fourth year of her age. The funeral and interment took place Friday at noon at Bethel Presbyterian Presbyterian church, the services being conducted by the pastor, Rev. R. E. Redding, and Rev. S. M. Rankin. A large crowd was present and the graves of both Mrs. Boon and her husband were covered with a profusion profusion of floral offerings. The following following grandsons of Mrs. Boon served as pall-bearers: pall-bearers: pall-bearers: Charles Boon, Percy Cobb, Clyde Clapp, Leslie, Porter and Robert Troxler. The flower-bearers flower-bearers flower-bearers were five granddaughters and one great-granddaughter great-granddaughter great-granddaughter of the deceased: Misses Marie Summers. Lizzie Dick, Myrtle Boon, Nola Dick and Joy Garrison. Mrs. Boon is survived by six children, children, who are: Mrs. B. C. Troxler, ot Mill Point; George Boon, of Greensboro Route 2; Mrs. G. L. Summers, Summers, of Gibsonville; Mrs. J. S. Ferguson, Ferguson, of Hartshorn: E. E. and Miss Zula Boon, who reside at the old home. The following eight step-children step-children step-children step-children also survive: H. M. Boon, of eMphis, Tenn.; R. A. and R. M. Boon, of Indianapolis, Ind.; J. D. and, D. L. Boon, of McLeansville; Mrs. John A. Cobb, of Greensboro Route 2; Mrs. Mattie Clapp. of Sum-merfield; Sum-merfield; Sum-merfield; Mrs. John F. Dick, of Greensboro Route 2, and Mrs. George Summers.

Clipped from The Greensboro Patriot15 Feb 1915, MonPage 1

The Greensboro Patriot (Greensboro, North Carolina)15 Feb 1915, MonPage 1
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