6 Apr 1922 Joplin Globe George R Nealy
GEORGE R. NEELY; 51^ OF WEBB CITY DIES Widely Knowi ncsldent Suocumtw t)iily .\ Few T)iiys After 111.'? llc- tuni From New Jlcxloo. Webb Cit.v. Mo., April 5.—Geol'Jfe R. Nealy, 'A years old, died at 2:30 o'clocl^ this afternoon at his home No. 707 North Main street, after an illness of more than a year. He and his family had returned but a tew days age from New Mexico, where they had gone for the benefit of his health. Nenley had been a resident of Webb City for the last twenty-eight years and was widely known. During that lime he engaged in mining. He is survived by liis wife, Jlrs. t,o\ilse Neiily, three sons. Edg,ar Melvin and Bjron Nealy, two dau- all of v.hoiu are at home. His moth- ghters. Crystal and Helen Nealy, er, Mrs. Kllen Nealy of Webb City;' two sisters, :Mrs. Geddis Hall of Carthage and Mrs. Burl Taylor of Webb City and two brothtrs, William and Harris Nealy of Webb Clfy, also survive. No funeral arrangements ^ave been made.