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John Lafayette Lemaster
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Birth: Jun. 8, 1854
Lawrence County
Missouri, USA
Death: Dec. 6, 1937
Newton County
Missouri, USA

DEC 16, 1937

The town was very much grieving last Tuesday morning when news arrived that Grandpa LeMaster had died suddenly. He was at the home of his son, Tom LeMaster, east of Newtonia. His wife and others of his family preceded him some years ago. Surviving are several sons and daughters and many grandchildren.

Burial was made beside his wife in the I.O.O.F. cemetery at Newtonia. Your correspondent was away at the time, and is unable to write all that might be written. Relatives have the sympathy of their friends, for they knew Mr. LeMaster to be a good man, near 80 years of age.

Source: The Neosho Times

Family links: 
  Mary Manervy Robbins Lemaster (1855 - 1934)*
  Charles Edward Lemaster (1874 - 1959)*
  William Thomas Lemaster (1876 - 1945)*
  Lorinda L Lemaster (1878 - 1894)*
  Laura Lemaster Hawk (1879 - 1923)*
  Fred Elmer Lemaster (1883 - 1957)*
  Letha R Lemaster Allison (1886 - 1913)*
  Olive Lemaster Largen (1889 - 1909)*
  Ova Ann Lemaster Pipkin (1891 - 1957)*
*Calculated relationship
Odd Fellows Cemetery
Newton County
Missouri, USA
Maintained by: Janice Dean LeMaster
Originally Created by: Virginia Brown
Record added: Apr 15, 2009
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John Lafayette Lemaster
Added by: Janice Dean LeMaster
John Lafayette Lemaster
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