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al was held from the Conerejra- Conerejra- tional church and conducted by Rev. J. W. Bayles who was assisted assisted by Rev. A. W. Ayers and Rev. F. H. Bentley, and was the largest funeral ever held in Onaga. Onaga. funer- Mrs. Ann Mark. Mrs. Ann Mark died at her home north of Moodyville, Saturday morning. She had been hopelessly sick for months. Ann Siddens was born June 10, 1832, in Putman county, Indiana. Here she married married James Q. Mark, September 5, 1850. Mr. Mark and family came to Johnson county, Kansas in 1866, and a year later came to Pottawatomie Pottawatomie county and settled upon the farm upon which his wife died. Mr. Mark died there nine years ago. There was born to Mr. ani Mrs. Mark ten children: Mrs. P. G. Etchison, Santa Ana, Calif.'; Ellen, deceased; J. E. Mark, Okla. ; Mrs. Alice Walden, deceased; Mrs. Mary Walker, Skedee, Okla.; C. L. Mark. Moodyville; Mrs. Emma Siddens, deceased; James Mark, Westmoreland; Elmer Mark, Meri- Meri- den, and Milton Mark, Westmore land. She has two sisters, Mrs. J. T. Youngman, Westmoreland and Mrs. Amanda McBride of southwest Missouri. Mrs. Mark joined the M. E. church in early youth and has always lived a constant constant christian life. The funeral services were held at the" Moody ville schoolhouse on Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Rev. J. B. Gibson conducted the services. The choir of the Westmoreland M. E. church furnished music. Interment was in the Moodyville cemetery beside the body of her husband. The pall bearers were C. E. Morris, C. T. Brashear, H. H. Good, John Good, W. B. Coyle and W. F. Hill. Lulu Price. Miss Lulu Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Price of Ols-burg, Ols-burg, Ols-burg, died at the Bethany hospital in Kansas City laBt Friday, March 6. Miss Price lett her home some five weeks ago to visit her brother and other -relatives -relatives in Kansas City and while there was taken with the typhoid pneumonia, and although although some of the best physicians in the city were called they could not save her life. She was born at Fostoria, March 28, 1887 and at the time of her death was nearly 21 years of age. She was a graduate in music from the Holton University. Her untimely untimely death is mourned not only by her relatives but by a host of admiring friends. Her father and mother, two brothers and sister, Mrs. John F. Richards were with her when she passed away. Her funeral was held at the M. E. church in 01b-burg 01b-burg 01b-burg at 2 p. m. Sunday by her pastor Rev. ,W. H. Brown of Westmoreland. Westmoreland. The choir sang some beautiful songs and deserve a great

Clipped from Westmoreland Recorder12 Mar 1908, ThuPage 1

Westmoreland Recorder (Westmoreland, Kansas)12 Mar 1908, ThuPage 1
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