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The Nebraska State Journal
The Nebraska State Journal
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Description: Died in Nebraska: Jones, Green, Smith, Hammond, Nolan

Date: October 2 1909

Newspaper published in: Lincoln, NE

Page/Column: 13

Died in Nebraska: Jones, Green, Smith, Hammond, Nolan

Fairbury: The funeral of Mrs. Jane Jones was held Thursday evening and the body taken to Kenesaw for interment. Mrs. Jones died suddenly Wednesday night. Heart trouble was assigned as the cause of death.

Stromsburg: Jay Gurley Green, who died here Monday, was born in Cherry Valley, Ashtabula County, Ohio, October 20, 1848. At the age of six years he moved with his parents to a farm in La Salle County, Ill., where he lived until 1875. He was married in 1870 to Miss Ella Miller and to them five children were born Guy W., Clarence A., Floyd O., Edith Madge, and Neva Columbia. In 1875, he moved with his family to Walnut, Ia., and from there to Osceola, Neb., in 1880. He came to Stromsburg in the same year and engaged in the hardware business, retiring in 1899. He was postmaster here during Cleveland's second administration, but for the last ten years he has not been engaged in any active business.

Lyons: Roy, a small son of Guy Smith, died Thursday night at the home of its grandmother, Mrs. L. B. Smith, who is the only daughter of Waldo H. Lyons, for whom this town was named.

Fremont: The funeral of Louise Hammond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross L. Hammond, was held Friday afternoon in private from the family residence on East Military avenue. Rev. W. H. Buss officiated. A large number of friends of the family gathered on the lawn and on the porch but were not permitted to enter the house on account of the existing quarantine. The pallbearers were W. B. Reynolds, R. B. Schneider, Charles D. Marr, C. B. Veazie, E. R. Gurney and Dan V. Stephens.

Beatrice: The funeral of the late William F. Nolan was held Friday morning at 10 o'clock from the Catholic church at Barneston, Rev. Father Freeman of Wymore conducting the services. The funeral was one of the largest ever held in southern Gage County.

Submitted: 12/10/13 (Edited 12/10/13)

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