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Obituaries
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This page last updated 26 Feb 2007


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Obituary of Source from Contributor
YATES, James Haddock (d1917)
(Lived Lincoln Co. 1884-1917)
Clarksville Banner Sentinel (Clarksville, Pike Co., MO) 14 Nov. 1917, p. 1.
Louisiana Press-Journal (Louisiana, Pike Co., MO) 18 Nov. 1917, p. 3, col. 6, and Thurs., 29 Nov. 1917, p. 7.
Patricia SummersSmith
YATES, Mrs. J.H. (d1886)
(Emeline STRAUBE,
w/o James H. YATES)
Troy Free Press (Troy, Lincoln Co., MO) 2 Apr. 1886. Patricia SummersSmith
YOHN, Samuel Claude (1895-1972) Troy Free Press (Troy, Lincoln Co., MO). June Groshong
YOUNG, Mervin (d.1900) Uncited original clipping from the family archives of Mary Omahundro Hutt Walker. June Groshong
YOUNG, Nancy Elizabeth (1871-1955) The Elsberry Democrat, Nov. 11, 1955; from the collection of June Groshong. June Groshong
YOUNG, Richard S. (1838-1897) Uncited original clipping from the family archives of Mary Omahundro Hutt Walker. June Groshong
ZALABAK, Alfred (1910-1984) Troy Free Press (Troy, Lincoln Co., MO). Nancy Weller
Cholera Epidemic Deaths,
13 deaths reported between June 25 - July 8, 1873
The Troy Herald (Troy, Lincoln Co., MO) 2 & 9 July 1873. Robert D. Mumford

See also obituaries in the "Neva Murphy Hubbard Collection" clippings, which have their own Alpha Index and Numerical Index.

 

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