|Birth: ||Jun. 29, 1842|
|Death: ||May 14, 1907|
w/Archibald MC KEEVER
The Valley Falls New Era
May 16, 1907
Death of Mrs. McKeever.
Mrs. Elvira Means McKEEVER, wife of Archibald McKEEVER, died Tuesday morning at her home in Topeka after an illness dating back to last winter, when she sustained a fractured hip as the result of a fall. Mrs. McKEEVER was born in Ray County, mo., 1842, and would have been 65 years old next month. She came to Kansas in 1859 and two years later married Archibald McKEEVER. They lived on a farm near Valley Falls until their removal to Topeka in 1903. Mrs. McKEEVER is survived by her husband and six sons; E.D. McKEEVER, Topeka; J.R. McKEEVER and H.S. McKEEVER, Oklahoma City; G.V. McKEEVER, Valley Falls; Prof. W.A. McKEEVER, Manhattan, and H.G. McKEEVER, Enid, Ok.
The funeral was held from the Methodist church here Thursday at 10 o'clock, Rev. C.S. ZOOK officiating at the services. All the sons and the father, many relatives and friends were in attendance. The body was laid to rest in Rose Hill cemetery by the side of her son Joseph and a daughter.
Extracted by James Laird
Elvira was the daughter of James Cravens Means and Elvira McWilliams. Her husband was Archibald D. McKeever.
James Cravens Means (1808 - 1851)
Elvira McWilliams Means (1815 - 1890)
Archibald McKeever (1830 - 1921)
Joseph L. McKeever (1862 - 1896)*
James Raney McKeever (1863 - 1945)*
Edwin D. McKeever (1866 - 1923)*
W. A. McKeever (1868 - 1940)*
George V. McKeever (1870 - 1940)*
Harry S McKeever (1874 - 1962)*
Nellie McKeever (1880 - 1885)*
John Wylie Means (1835 - 1911)*
Elvira Means McKeever (1842 - 1907)
James Leonnard Means (1844 - 1902)*
Juliett Means Haymore (1847 - 1868)*
Valley Falls Cemetery
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Originally Created by: A & R
Record added: Apr 03, 2008
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