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Henry Beecher Clapp
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Birth: Sep. 1, 1851
Death: Aug. 21, 1924

Edwards County, Kansas, marriage license #1793 - Henry B. Clapp, age 32, and Nellie Fonda, age 25, both of Edwards County, Kansas - April 30, 1884, by Minister W.W. Eastman at Kinsley Residence of the bride's parents.

ARKANSAS CITY DAILY TRAVELER - Thursday, August 21, 1924 - Page 4, Column 5 - DEATH OF H.B. CLAPP - Early Day Resident Here Passed Away This Morning - Henry B. Clapp, 71, well known here as he was an early resident of Arkansas City, died at the family home, 701 North Fourth street, this morning at 2:25 o'clock. He had been ill for a number of weeks and the cause of death is given as hardening of the arteries.
Mr. Clapp leaves a wife and two sons, Ed Clapp, of New York, and Fred, of California. Neither of the sons is here at this time. Mr. Clapp was in the grocery business here for a number of years and some time ago sold his property located in the 600 block on North Summit street, when he retired from active business. He was a member of the Pilgrim Congregational church of this city.
There will be a private funeral service at the Oldroyd parlors tomorrow morning at 10:30, in charge of Rev. George Norcross. Burial will be made in Riverview cemetery. 
 
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 Spouse:
  Mary Ellen Fonda Clapp (1859 - 1945)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Riverview Cemetery
Arkansas City
Cowley County
Kansas, USA
 
Created by: Mark Fonda
Record added: Aug 11, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20887274
Henry Beecher Clapp
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 Added: Nov. 14, 2011
 
 
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