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WYANDOTTE COUNTY, KANSAS

Obituaries

JONES, FRANCES K.

Mrs. Frances K. Jones, 82 years old, died at the home of her daughter Mrs. R. K. Johnson, 3935 Central Street at 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Jones had lived in Missouri practically all her life. She was the widow of G. J. Jones, a pioneer farmer of Independence, Mo. Mrs. Jones had lived in Kansas City twenty-five years. Besides Mrs. Johnson she is survived by three sons, E. C. Jones, Vivian, La.; Robert Jones, Little Rock, Ark., and Charles Jones, now in Alaska. (Kansas City Times, November 2, 1911)

KANE, MARY JANE

Miss Mary Jane Kane, 63 years old, died at her home, 3944 Belleview Avenue, at 11 o'clock yesterday morning. Miss Kane had lived in Kansas City fifty years. When she was 13 years old she drove overland from New York, her birthplace, with her parents to Kansas City. The family home was at what is now Fifth and Main streets. Two sisters, Mrs. James Hobbs and Mrs. L. E. Hale, and one brother, Thomas Kane, survive.
Funeral services for Miss Mary Jane Kane who died Tuesday will be held at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. Burial will be in Mount St. Mary's Cemetery. (Kansas City Time, November 1, 1911)

KELLOGG, NANCY I.

Mrs. Nancy I. Kellogg, the wife of W. E. Kellogg, a grocer, died at her home, 3800 East Eighteenth Street at 8:10 o'clock last night. She had lived in Kansas City about one year coming here from McFall, Mo. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Maud Costolo, Newton, Kas., and Mrs. I. J. Blakely, St. Joseph, Mo. Burial will be in McFall, Mo. (Kansas City Times, November 10, 1911)

KELLY, JAMES

Funeral services for James Kelly, who died in Seattle Sunday will be held at St. Patrick's Church, Eighth and Cherry streets, at 9 o'clock this morning. Mr. Kelly was 75 years old and had lived in Seattle for a little over a year, going there to live with his daughter, Mrs. H. A. Alcorn. He came to Kansas City in 1875 from Atchison and lived here until he went to Seattle. Previous to coming here he was a steamboat engineer on the Missouri River. He was engaged in the grocery business here. Besides Mrs. Alcorn he is survived by a son, James Kelly, Jr., a traveling salesman of this city. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

KEMBALL, ROSAMOND L.

Mrs. Rosamond L. Kemball, 83 years old, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Laughlin, 3730 Central Street at 8 o'clock last night. Mrs. Kemball had made her home with her daughter for eleven years, coming here from La Moille, Ill. Besides Mrs. Laughlin, one son, L. J. Kemball of La Moille, survives. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. Laughlin at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in La Moille. (Kansas City Times, November 3, 1911)

KLIBANSKY, ANNA

Anna Klibansky, 18 years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Klibansky, 641 Olive Street, died yesterday at St. Margaret's Hospital. Previous to her illness she was a pupil at the Woodland School and would have been graduated from the grade schools this year. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

LANE, EDWARD B.

Edward B. Lane, 42 years old, died at the General Hospital at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. He roomed at 633 Tullis Court. He was a cook and had lived in Kansas City fifteen years. A sister in law, Mrs. J. L. Tolliver, lives at Merriam, Kas. Realtives in Nebraska have been notified. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

Funeral services for Edward B. Lane, who died at the General Hospital Sunday, will be held at Quirk's Undertaking rooms, 3015 Main Street, at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

LORIMORE, LILLIAN

Mrs. Lillian Lorimore, 39 years old, the wife of A. G. Lorimore of Welborn, Kas., died yesterday afternoon at St. Margaret's Hospital. The body will be sent to Nevada, Mo. For burial. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

LUTZ, MARY

Mrs. Mary Lutz, 90 years old, for thirty years a resident of Kansas City, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Baker, 2008 Cleveland Avenue. Two children survive her daughter and W. W. Lutz of Kansas City, Kas. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

MANNING, PATRICK T.

Patrick T. Manning, a laborer, died at the old General Hospital at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. He was 57 years old and had been in the hospital since October 25. He formerly lived at 6915 Independence Road. Burial will be in Louisville. (Kansas City Times, November 10, 1911)

MARKS, FANNY B.

Mrs. Fanny B. Marks, the wife of Barnett Marks, a jeweler, died at the home, 1100 Park Avenue, at 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning. She was 34 years old and had lived in Kansas City the greater part of her life. Besides her husband, she is survived by four children, Rose, Jacob, Esther and Eva Marks. Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Burial will be in Teferes Israel Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

McDONALD, ELIZABETH COLEMAN

Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Coleman McDonald, wife of ex-judge John A. McDonald will be held at the Visitation Church, Main street and Rock Spring Road, of which the Rev. Thomas B. McDonald her son, is the pastor at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. The following will act as pallbearers: John Dixon, Louis Long, J. E. Spangler, Joseph Boppard, Thomas J. Thornhill and James Tackett. Burial will be in Mount St. Mary's Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 3, 1911)

McGRATH, BLANCHE O.

Mrs. Blanche O. McGrath, 38 years old, died at her home, Overton and Scarritt avenues, Mount Washington at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She was the wife of Dennis McGrath, stock keeper for the Cusack Advertising Company and had lived here two years. Besides her husband she is survived by one son, Edwin McGrath. Funeral will be held at Freeman & Marshall's undertaking rooms, 3146 Main street at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. Burial will be in St. Louis, the former home. (Kansas City Times, November 3, 1911)

McNEALEY, JOHN W.

John W. McNealey, 38 years old, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 3017 North Altis Street, Kansas City, Kas., of pneumonia. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home. Burial in Mount Hope Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

MELLODY, EMMETT

Funeral services for Emmett Mellody, whose death resulted from burns received while at work in the R. A. Long Building Monday afternoon will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning at St. Aloysius Church, Eleventh Street and Prospect Avenue. Burial will be in Mount St. Mary's Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

MESSENGER, MYRA

Miss Myra Messenger, superintendent of the Wesley Hospital for more than a year, died at the hospital from pneumonia at 9:20 o'clock last night. Miss Messenger was graduated from the nurses' school in connection with Wesley Hospital two years ago and up to a year ago did nursing over the city. She was 43 years old. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. H. C. Dorn of Sugar Grove, Pa.; two brothers, Mark and Melvin Messenger of St. Paul, Minn., and two sisters, Mrs. S. K. Fitch of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Frank Dorm of Sugar Grove, PA. Burial will be in Sugar Grove, Pa., the former home. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

MINTURN, ELIZABETH R.

Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth R. Minturn, who died Thursday will be held at the home, 2714 Mersington Avenue at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in Mount Washington Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

MOODY, THOMAS W.

Thomas W. Moody, 44 years old, died yesterday afternoon at the Wellington Hotel, Rosedale. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at the home of H. W. Gates, 29 Southwest Boulevard, Rosedale. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

MORRIS, WILLIAM D.

William D. Morris, 9 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Morris, Sixty-first Street and Kenwood Avenue, died of membranous croup at 8 o'clock Monday morning. The father is a clerk in the mailing department at the postoffice. Private funeral services will be held at the home at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

NOLAN, REBECCA

Mrs. Rebecca Nolan, 66 years old, died at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at the home of her son, George A. Nolan, 3306 Spruce Avenue. She lived in Kansas City twenty years, coming here from Hagerstown, Md. Besides George R. Nolan, two other sons, Frank Nolan, Cambridge, Kas., and Edward Nolan of this city and two daughters, Mrs. Etha Hanson, Armourdale and Mrs. Laura Long, Holen, Mo., survive. Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 10, 1911)

PERKINS, TILLIE R.

Mrs. Tillie R. Perkins, the wife of James W. Perkins, connected with the James B. Welch Real Estate Company, died at the home, 1108 Forest Avenue at 5:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She was 68 years old. When Mrs. Perkins graduated from the Rockford Seminary, Rockford, Ill, in 1865 she went to the South and taught freedom for five years. She came to Kansas City in 1870 and taught in the public schools until 1873, the time of her marriage. Funeral services will be held at the home at 8 o'clock this afternoon. Burial will be in Hampton, N. H. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

PETERS, FRANCES

Miss Peters died at St. Margaret's Hospital, Kansas City, Kas., September 13, 1910 of mercurial poisoning contracted September 1, 1910 when she was alleged to have spent the night with Bickel at an Olathe hotel. Bickel was a member of the firm of Bickel & Ballinger, printers at 1120 Troost Avenue. He formerly had been a divinity student. He was tried on the charge of murder at Olathe, but at the conclusion of the trial May 4, 1911, the trial judge instructed the jury to bring in a charge of not guilty.

Gregory, S. D., Oct. 31 - Karl Bickel formerly of Thirty-first and Benton Boulevard, Kansas City, drew claim No. 838 in the land lottery here. He formerly was in the printing business in Kansas City and was tried and acquitted last spring for the murder of Miss Frances Peters at Olathe, Kas. Bickel has secured employment from a real estate firm here. (Kansas City Times, November 1, 1911)

RICHARDSON, CYNTHIA

Mrs. Cynthia Richardson, mother of Mrs. Fanny Walton, 1329 East Ninth Street, slipped while walking about the house three weeks ago, receiving injuries which resulted in her death yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Richardson was the widow of James B. Richardson, a pioneer of Macon, Mo. She was 86 years old. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Walton and Mrs. Annie Jenkins, Odessa, Mo., and five sons, C. P. Richardson, Hutchinson, Kas.; John Richardson, Bramon, Ok.; Will Richardson, Omaha; Velindon Richardson and James Richardson, Seattle. Burial will be in Macon, Mo. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

RICKART, SOPHIA WUEST

The funeral of Mrs. Sophia Wuest Rickart, a teacher in the Longfellow School in Kansas City, Kas., was held yesterday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Peirsol, 2748 North Twenty-second Street, Kansas City, Kas. (Kansas City Times, November 2, 1911)

ROGERS, HENRY

Henry Rogers, 69 years old, died yesterday at St. Margaret's Hospital following an operation. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late home, Thirty-Third street and Mellier Avenue, Kansas City, Kas. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

SCHMIDT, LILLIE E.

Miss Lillie E. Schmidt, 34 years old, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Karl Osterman, 3821 Wabash Avenue at 10:30 o'clock Monday night. Her home was in Lamonte, Mo., and she had been visiting in Kansas City seven weeks. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmidt, Lamonte; five sisters, Mrs. Karl Osterman of this city, Mrs. Joseph Steyart, Dreaden, Mo., and Misses Sadie, Frankie and Esther Schmidt of Lamonte and one brother, Will Schmidt of Fall Creek, Ill. Burial will be in Quincy, Ill., Miss Schmidt's birthplace. (Kansas City Times, November 1, 1911)

SERGIO, JENNY

Mrs. Jenny Sergio, wife of Joseph Sergio, a barber died at her home 554 Tracy Avenue at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning. She was 19 years old and had lived here all her life. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Rosary Church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Burial will be in Mount St. Mary's Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

SIAGEL, FANNY

Mrs. Fanny Siagel, 49 years old, died at the General Hospital at 1:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She had been in the hospital since October 25 and formerly lived at 2527 Broadway. None of her relatives has been found. (Kansas City Times, November 10, 1911)

SPIVEY, JOHN PAUL

Funeral services for the late John Paul Spivey, chief of the demurrage bureau of the Kansas City Southern Railroad, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock in the chapel at Mount Washington Cemetery. Mr. Spivey died yesterday morning at St. Mary's Hospital. (Kansas City Times, November 1, 1911)

THOMPSON, CHARLES S.

Funeral services for Charles S. Thompson, 48 years old, will be held at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at the home of Paul Thompson, a brother, corner of Linden and Marion avenues, Independence. Burial will be in the Independence City Cemetery. Charles S. Thompson died early yesterday morning at his home, 704 Cherry Street, this city. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

TROWBRIDGE, D. L. MRS.

Mrs. D. L. Trowbridge, wife of Dr. D. L. Trowbridge, died at her home 15 East Thirty-fourth Street at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning. She was 35 years old. Besides her husband, she is survived by two brothers, S. D. Gripe of this city and O. P. Gripe, North Yakima, Wash. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

Funeral services for Mrs. D. L. Trowbridge, who died Sunday at her home 15 East Thirty-fourth Street, will be held at the Hyde Park Christian Church, Thirty-ninth and Main streets at 11:30 o'clock this morning. Burial will be in Mount Washington Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

UHLMANN, AMELIA

Mrs. Amelia Uhlmann, 70 years old, died yesterday afternoon at her home 116 South Pearl Street, Independence. She was born in Germany, but later lived in New York City, where her husband, Richard Uhlmann died. A son lives in New York and a daughter in Chicago. Mrs. Uhlmann had lived seven years with a sister, Miss Josephine Stelter, in Independence. (Kansas City Times, November 1, 1911)

VANCE, LYDIA

Mrs. Lydia Vance, 77 years old, wife of D. L. Vance, died at her home, 2718 Brooklyn Avenue, at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. She had lived in Kansas City for five years, coming here from Stanbury, Mo. Besides her husband she is survived by two sons, Louis C. Vance, Fullerton, Cal., and W. A. Vance and one daughter, Miss Stella Vance of this city. Burial will be in Stanbury. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

WALDEN, MINA

Mrs. Mina Walden, the wife of John Walden, a stone contractor, died at her home, 2535 Highland Avenue, at 1:10 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Walden was 38 years old and had lived in Kansas City twenty-two years, coming here from Council Bluffs, Ia. Besides her husband, she is survived by six children, Edgar, Lytle, Raymond, Carrie, Lila and Venice Walden. Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

WARD, THOMAS

Thomas Ward, 62 years old, died at his home 434 West Sixteenth Street at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning. He had lived here two years and was employed by the park board. He was an early settler of Higginsville, Mo., where he had lived thirty years. The widow, Mrs. Mary Ward; three daughters, Mrs. Will Mount, Mrs. Hinton Lewis and Miss Theresa Ward of this city and four sons, Patrick, Joseph and Charles Ward of this city and William Ward of Higginsville, Mo., survive. Burial will be in Higginsville, Mo., tomorrow. (Kansas City Times, November 3, 1911)

WELLS, RAYMOND MRS.

Funeral services for Mrs. Rarymond A. Wells, who died Saturday at her home in the Roosevelt Apartments 1200 Linwood Boulevard, will be held at the Linwood Boulevard Christian Church at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Rev. Burris A. Jenkins will officiate. The following will act as pallbearers: J. A. Edson, Walter Davis, Judge William G. Holt, J. F. Getty, Ralph Jordan, Tracy Childs, Irwin Longaker, W. E. Edwards, Ford Hovey and J. M. Crawford, Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

WHITEAKER, MARK

Mark Whiteaker was seen to stagger while crossing Union Avenue at the Union Depot yesterday morning about 8:45 o'clock. He managed to reach a bench at the side of the depot where he died before a doctor could be summoned from inside the depot. Whiteaker was about 40 years old. A ticket from Douglas, Ariz. To Ozark, Ill. Was found in his clothes. He had just come in the city on a morning train. Dr. Harry Czarlinsky, deputy coroner, was notified and had the body sent to Carroll-Davidson undertaking rooms, 1003 East Twelfth Street. A brother in Ozark, Ill., whose address was found in the dead man's clothing was notified and will arrive here today. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

WIBERG, C. L.

Funeral services for C. L. Wiberg, whose death resulted from a fall from the third floor of the Svea Hotel Saturday afternoon, will be held at Anderson's undertaking rooms, 508 West Sixteenth street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. A daughter, Mrs. Theodore Soschauser, of Wichita, Kas., came to Kansas City on hearing of the death of her father. (Kansas City Times, November 2, 1911)

WILTSE, LUCY

Mrs. Lucy Wiltse, the wife of Charles A. Wiltse, a pipe layer for the Kansas Natural Gas Company, died at her home, Forty-third Street and Bales Avenue at 6:30 o'clock yesterday morning. She was 40 years old and had lived here two years, coming here from Sedalia, Mo. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons, Arthur, Verne and John Wiltse. Funeral services will be held at Wagner's undertaking rooms at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

WINSLOW, JOSIAH P.

Josiah P. Winslow, a retired farmer of Charlottesville, Ind. died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. O. Stutzman, the wife of the Rev. Mr. Stutzman, 2701 Wabash Avenue at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning. Mr. Winslow was 80 years old and had been visiting here for six months. Pneumonia resulted fatally. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rachel Winslow; five sons, Orlando Winslow, Newberg, Ore.; James Winslow, Scott City, Kas., John Winslow, Haviland, Kas.; J. Merle Winslow and Albert Winslow of Denver, Colo.; and two daughters, Mrs. Stutzman and Mrs. Julia Dennis of Marion, Ala. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. Stutzman at 8 o'clock this morning. Burial will be in Charlottesville, Ind. (Kansas City Times, November 6, 1911)

WISCOLD, SAMUEL

Samuel Wiscold, 45 years old, died at the General Hospital at 2:30 o'clock yesterday morning. He was a huckster and lived here for six months. Funeral services were held at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Burial was in Telferis Israel Cemetery. (Kansas City Times, November 1, 1911)

WOODSWORTH, HENRY WILLIAM

Henry William Woodsworth, a former resident of this city, died at his home, 6235 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago, at 8 o'clock Sunday night. Mr. Woodsworth was a pioneer of Kansas City. He is survived by his widow, two sons and two daughters, one of whom, Mrs. Mattie Belle Fairfield, lives here. Funeral services were held in Chicago yesterday afternoon. The Masons conducted the funeral. (Kansas City Times, November 8, 1911)

WURZER, FRANK

Frank Wurzer, 34 years old, died yesterday morning at his home, 2416 Holmes street. He was a meat cutter and had lived in Kansas City all his life. (Kansas City Times, November 4, 1911)

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