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Bartlett Styles "Bart" Luce
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Birth: Dec. 16, 1873
Plymouth County
Iowa, USA
Death: Nov. 10, 1913
Plymouth County
Iowa, USA

NOVEMBER 13, 1913

Bartlett Luce who's serious illness from pneumonia was mentioned in these
columns last week died at his home in this city Monday morning at six o'
clock. He was born in Sioux City thirty-nine years ago and grew to manhood
in this vicinity. He followed railroading for a number of years and later
the trade of a painter. Genial, a big hearted and lovable he had the faculty
of making friends and he will be greatly missed. He leaves a wife and four
children who have he sympathy of the entire community. He was a member of
the I. O. O. F. and the Masonic orders, the latter having charge of the
funeral. The funeral was held Wednesday, at the M. E. Church Rev G. W.
Shideler conducting the services and the remains were laid to rest in the
Lincoln Cemetery.

NOVEMBER 20, 1913
Bartlett Styles Luce was born on what in now known as the PL. E. Held farm
north of James Dec. 16, 1873, and died at his home in Hinton, Iowa, Nov. 10,
1913, being 39 years 10 months and 24 days old. He was married Dec.29th,
1879, to Miss Anna Root and most of their married life has been spent in and
around Hinton. Three children, all boys, were born to them. Beside the wife
and children, he leaves a mother, three brothers and two sisters. The
remains laid to rest in Melbourne cemetery [submitter's observation--in the
previous week's paper it said the remains was in Lincoln cemetery, so I don'
t know which one.]

DECEMBER 4, 1913

Whereas: Our Heavenly Father has removed from this earth our beloved brother
Bart Luce
Whereas : in the death of Brother Luce, this lodge has lost a true brother
and the community in which he lived a respected citizen.
Resolved: That while we deeply deplore his loss we bow in submission to him
who doeth all things well.
Resolved: that these resolutions be spread on the records of the lodge a
copy be sent the family and a copy be sent to Hinton Gazette for
publication. William Schindel, E.E. Cobb, J.A. Grimjes, Floyd Valley Lodge
I. O. O. F. no. 208.
Lincoln Cemetery
Plymouth County
Iowa, USA
Created by: Brenda Allyn
Record added: Jul 14, 2006
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Bartlett Styles Bart Luce
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