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Zora May Duncan

Birth
Bluffton, Wells County, Indiana, USA
Death
13 Aug 1904 (aged 1)
Grant County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Bluffton, Wells County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID
80914853 View Source

daughter of George Duncan and Anna Stout

cause of death: pneumonia

burial: 14 Aug 1904

Zora May Duncan, a little daughter of George and Mrs. Anna Duncan, of Marion and grand daughter of John Stout and wife living in the south part of the city was brought here Saturday evening for burial. The funeral sermon was preached at four o'clock last evening by Rev. Beeks and the remains were buried in the old cemetery.

The Evening News. Twelfth Year, NO 275 Monday, August 15, 1904 p. 3, col. 3.


FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY.
Remains of Zora May Duncan Laid to Rest in Old Cemetery
The funeral of Zora May Duncan, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan, was held last Sunday afternoon at the Wesleyan church at 4 o'clock. Rev. L. A. Beeks had charge of the service. The little one was aged one year and three months and died at an early hour Saturday morning. The father, George Duncan, is employed in the Kansas oil fields and was unable to be present at the funeral.

The Bluffton Banner. VOL. L, NO. 33 Wednesday Evening, August 17, 1904. p. 3, col. 2.

daughter of George Duncan and Anna Stout

cause of death: pneumonia

burial: 14 Aug 1904

Zora May Duncan, a little daughter of George and Mrs. Anna Duncan, of Marion and grand daughter of John Stout and wife living in the south part of the city was brought here Saturday evening for burial. The funeral sermon was preached at four o'clock last evening by Rev. Beeks and the remains were buried in the old cemetery.

The Evening News. Twelfth Year, NO 275 Monday, August 15, 1904 p. 3, col. 3.


FUNERAL HELD SUNDAY.
Remains of Zora May Duncan Laid to Rest in Old Cemetery
The funeral of Zora May Duncan, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan, was held last Sunday afternoon at the Wesleyan church at 4 o'clock. Rev. L. A. Beeks had charge of the service. The little one was aged one year and three months and died at an early hour Saturday morning. The father, George Duncan, is employed in the Kansas oil fields and was unable to be present at the funeral.

The Bluffton Banner. VOL. L, NO. 33 Wednesday Evening, August 17, 1904. p. 3, col. 2.

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