|Death: ||Oct. 14, 1918|
After an illness of only a few days, Mrs. Layton Boyers, died yesterday morning at twenty minutes past three of pneumonia, which followed an attack of Spanish influenza.
Mrs. Boyers was thirty-six years of age and possessed a splendid Christian character.
Surviving are her husband and eight small children, Hazel, George, Ralph. Charles, Raymond, Howard and Kathleen an infant one day old who died a few hours previous will be buried with her. She is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. John Boyers, of Brunswick, Maryland, Mrs. Howard Loak, of Franklin, West Virginia, and Mrs. Will Humphrey of this city; five brothers, Charles Glovier, of Dayton, Ohio; Minor Glovier, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; Robert and Leon, of Chester, Pennsylvania; and Homer Glovier, of Franklin, West Virginia.
Her mother, Mrs. Mack Glovier also survives.
Funeral services will be conducted from' the house -this morning at eleven o'clock.
Harrisonburg Daily News Record
Tuesday, OCTOBER 15, 1918
Info courtesy of Marlin Diehl.
William Layton Boyers (1880 - 1931)*
Infant Boyers (____ - 1918)*
Hazel Hollingsworth Boyers Caves (____ - 1985)*
Infant Boyers (____ - 1909)*
George William Boyers (1903 - 1975)*
Raymond Boyers (1910 - 1960)*
Howard C Boyers (1912 - 1965)*
Kathleen Boyers Wheeler (1914 - 2002)*
Gladys Elaine Boyers Glenn (1916 - 1990)*
Infant Boyers (1918 - 1918)*
Note: Died of 1918 Influenza while giving birth to son which is buried with her.
Plot: section 9
Created by: JMB
Record added: Jan 25, 2010
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