|Birth: ||May 18, 1854|
|Death: ||Oct. 31, 1936|
Mr. W. N. Almond, long-time resident of Colorado county, died early Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. C. Schaller in Glen Flora, at the age of 82 years.
Mr. Almond was born near Keysville, Virginia, in 1854. He united early in life with the Christian Church. He was first married to Miss Emma Murdock. A son and a daughter were born to this union. Mrs. Emma Almond preceded him in death by forty-six years. In 1906 he was married to Miss Ada Burns, who preceded him in death in 1918. To this union were born three daughters.
Mr. Almond came to Colorado County from New Mexico in 1912, and located at Calhoun, where he remained three years. From Calhoun he moved to Sheridan, where he resided until 1930, when he moved to Glen Flora to make his home with his daughter:
Although Mr. Almond had been confined to his bed for several years and was not conscious for the last few days preceding his death, it came as a sorrowful shock to his relatives and friends. His many fiends will miss him.
He is survived by one son. L. M. Almond of Wichita, Kansas. and four daughters, Mrs. Carry Graves of California, Mrs. A. C. Schaller of Glen Flora. Mrs. W. Martin of Houston and Miss Nora Almond of Glen Flora, and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sunday morning at the family home In Glen Flora, with Rev. Mr. Lampe, pastor of the Glen Flora Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment was made In the Lakeside Cemetery.
Eagle Lake Headlight, November 6, 1936, page 1
Ada K. Burns Almond (1878 - 1918)*
Lonnie Murdock Almond (1887 - 1968)*
Sarah Eugenia Almond Schaller (1907 - 1972)*
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