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Elias Homer Landreth
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Birth: Sep. 16, 1898
Illinois, USA
Death: 1962
Oswego
Labette County
Kansas, USA

It is believed that Elias and Mable Landreth had no children.
Elias and Mable Landreth appeared in the census for 1930 in Mt. Pleasant township, Labette county, Kansas. He owned a farm.
Elias Landreth, 84, of Altmont, died at 8:30 am in Oswego Hopsital. He had been in failing health since suffering a heart attack in 1956 and had been in the hospital since last Friday.
Landreth was born Sept. 16, 1896 at Hattick, Illinois. He was married March 14, 1923, at Altamont to Mable Dennison, who survives.
He farmed until 1941 when he and his wife became aides at Osawotamie Hospital. Later they worked at Larned Hospital. They returned to Altamont after his attack. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Altamont. Burial will be in Altamont Cemetery.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Milton Lewis Landreth (1862 - 1942)
  Minnie Ellen Black Landreth (1869 - 1941)
 
 Spouse:
  Mabel Gertrude Denison Landreth (1898 - 1979)*
 
 Siblings:
  Elias Homer Landreth (1898 - 1962)
  Edna Leila Landreth Palmer (1903 - 1978)*
  Roy Milton Landreth (1912 - 1954)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Altamont
Labette County
Kansas, USA
 
Maintained by: Ginger
Originally Created by: D&PNutt
Record added: Oct 14, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78433079
Elias Homer Landreth
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in memory of Elias Homer Landreth.
- D&PNutt
 Added: Sep. 27, 2014

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 Added: Feb. 22, 2012
 
 
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