|Birth: ||Jun. 23, 1873|
|Death: ||Jun. 13, 1925|
James Ivey was born at Lebanon, Missouri, June 3, 1874, and died at a hospital at Grand Island, June 13, 1925, thus lacking only ten days of living 51 years.
His early life was spent in the vicinty of Lebanon, Missouri where in 1894 he was united in marriage to Miss Anna Kelsey.
To this union were born five children, four sons, Clyde and Guy, who live near Fullerton, Paul, of Cedar Bluffs and Harry of Wolbach, and one daughter, Mrs. Paul Atchely of Lebanon, Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey made their home in Missouri for several years, but later moved to Kansas. Six years ago they moved to a farm about eight miles northeast of Palmer, where they have since resided.
Mrs. Ivey preceded her husband to the Great Beyond several years ago.
The remains were taken to Lebanon, Missouri where interment was made in the Ivey Cemetery where many of his relatives are buried.
He is survived by his aged parents, his five children, three sisters, three brothers, and nine grandchildren, who sincerely mourn his departure.
The Palmer Journal, June 18, 1925, page 1, transcribed by Linda Berney
Hartwell Ivey (1841 - 1926)
Martha A Craig Ivey (1847 - 1933)
Sara Anna Kelsey Ivey (1875 - 1909)
Clyde Vernon Ivey (1895 - 1981)*
Guy C. Ivey (1897 - 1960)*
Harry Albert Ivey (1902 - 1926)*
Clara M Ivey Atchley (1907 - 2004)*
Note: husband of Sara Kelsey Ivey; son of Hartwell & Martha Craig Ivey
Created by: Jennifer Carter Bohannon
Record added: Feb 06, 2008
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