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Margaret Ann (Daigh) Carley
Daughter of John S. and Sarah Daigh
Wife of Lawson  Hannibal (LOTT) Carley 

Mrs. M. A. Carley Dead

     Margaret Ann Daigh, daughter of John and Sarah Daigh, was born near Rochester, Sangamon county, Illinois, January 20, 1845; and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Milton Rightmire near Wamego, April 26, 1925; aged 80 years, 3 months and 6 days. She moved, with her parents to Wisconsin when a small child, and there she grew to womanhood. On February 18, 1864, she was united in marriage to Lieutenant Lot H. Carley at Fairplay, Wisconsin. Three children survive this union: Mrs. Milton Rightmire of Wamego; C. L. Carley of Plainville; and Dr. Harry D. Carley of St. Louis, Missouri. Her husband died July 15, 1885, at Auburn, Nebraska. She and one brother, G. L. Daigh, are the last of a family of eight children.
     When twenty-eight years of age, Sister Carley was converted and she joined the Methodist church. She has ever lived faithful and consistent Christian life, and at the time of her death, was one of the highly honored, beloved and respected members of the M.E. church here in Wamego. Those of us that had the good fortune to know her in the days of her strength and activity, remember her as one of the most lovable and devoted Christian saints. We cannot speak to highly of her, or praise her good deeds too fervently. She was a woman of refined tastes and desires. She loved the best things in life. And above all, she loved her church and its ministry. She staid here in town as long as she was able to care for herself in order that she might have the privilege of attending the services of the church. She made many friends of all who knew her, and has left deeply impressed upon our hearts the lessons of beautiful living and serving as enacted in her life. And throughout a long life of hardships and many privations, she fought a winning fight. She left a name untouched and untarnished by the things of the world. She had her habitation here, but her citizenship was in Heaven. She did kindly deeds here, but never with the thought of praise or reward of mankind. It was for the sake of Him whose disciple she was, and in His name that she did her kindly deeds. She believed the words of Him who said, "Whosoever giveth a cup of cold water in my name shall have his reward." How comforting it must be to her loved ones and to all us who knew her, to think how heaven must have waited with outstretched arms to receive her immortal spirit while her Lord and Savior said to her: "Well done thou good and faithful servant; enter thou into the joy of they Lord." We will miss her, but our loss is Heaven’s gain. Therefore, let our hearts be comforted.
     Besides the children and brother as mentioned above, she leaves seven grandchildren and one great grandchild, other relatives and a host of friends to mourn her departure.
     Funeral services were held at the M.E. church in Wamego, Tuesday afternoon, at two thirty o’clock, conducted by her pastor, the Rev. L. B. Pruitt, and the body was shipped to Auburn, Nebraska, and laid to rest in the family lot in the cemetery.


Margaret Ann (Daigh) Carley
Wife of Lawson Hannibal (LOTT) Carley
Daughter of John Stith Daigh

PIONEER CALLED IS MRS. CARLEY

In 1885 Husband Died in Auburn, Nb. Nearly Forty Years Ago.

G.A.R. POST WAS NAMED AFTER LIEUTENANT L. H. CARLEY
Mrs. Carley Had Passed Eightieth Milestone When Death Called

Her--Was Active in Methodist and W.C.T.U. Work.

     The remains of an Auburn pioneer, or rather a pioneer of Sheridan, arrived in Auburn Wednesday morning and were laid to rest in the Sheridan cemetery beside those of her husband, Lieut. L. H. Carley.
     Mr. and Mrs. Carley, were residence of Sheridan before Auburn was started. Mr. Carley died in Auburn July 15, 1885, nearly 40 years ago.
     The G.A.R. post of Auburn was named after Leiut. Carley. Mrs. Carley in her younger days was an active member of the M. E. church of this city as well as a worker in the W. C. T. U. and when time permitted, did a great deal of missionary work. She was a member of the church board in Auburn for many years.
     The remains were shipped from Kansas where she died Sunday and arrived here Wednesday morning. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Henderson of the Methodist church.

Obituary.

     Margaret Ann Daigh, daughter of John and Sarah Daigh, was born near Rochester, Sangamon County, Illinois, January 20, 1845, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Milton Rightmire 1925, at the age of 80 years, 3 months, and 6 days. She moved with her parents to Wisconsin when a small child, and there she grew to womanhood. On February 18, 1864, she was united in marriage to Lieutenant Lot H. Carley at Fairplay, Wisconsin. Three children survive this union. Mrs. Milton Rightmire of Wamego, Kansas, C.L. Carley of Plainville, Kansas, and Dr. Harry D. Carley of St. Louis, Missouri. Her husband died July 15, 1885 at Auburn, Nebraska. She and one brother, G. L. Daigh are the last of a family of eight children.
     When twenty-eight years of age, Mrs. Carley was converted and joined the Methodist church. She has ever lived a faithful and consistent Christian life, and at the time of her death was one of the highly honored, beloved, and respected members of the M. E. church in Wamego. Those who had the good fortune to know her in the days of her strength and activity, remember her as one of the most lovable and devoted of Christian saints. We cannot speak too highly of her, or praise her good deeds too frequently. She was a woman of refined tastes and desires. She loved the best things in life. Above all she loved her church and its ministry. She believed the name shall have his reward." How comforting it must be to her loved ones and to all of us who knew her to think how heaven must have waited with outstretched arms to receive her immortal spirit while her Lord and Savior said to her: "Well done good and faithful servant; enter thou into the joy of thy Lord". We will miss her, but our loss is heaven's gain. Therefore, let our hearts be comforted.
     Besides the children and brother mentioned above, she leaves seven grandchildren and one great grandchild, other relatives and a host of friends to mourn her departure. (From Carley Grand daughter of Dr. Harry D.)

 

 

THE GRANGER
Son of Thomas A. Carley and his wife was Margaret Ann Daigh

JULY 25, 2885
SHORT AND SIMPLE

Lawson Hannibal (LOTT) Carley

     Mr. L. H. Carley, died at his residence in Auburn, Wednesday, July 15, 1885, aged 45, 5 months and 2 days. The funeral, Thursday afternoon was conducted by the G. A. R. of which he was a member.
     (Three years after death, the GAR post in North Auburn was named after him and a badge of the post is in the local museum.)

Newspaper article The Granger, North Auburn, Nemaha Co. NB.


James M. Daigh
Died

     In this town, on the 15th inst., Mr. James M. Daigh, formerly of Perry, Pike County, Illinois. Mr. Daigh was an old resident of this place, and by his great industry and business talents, had accumulated a very handsome property. He was looked upon as one of our most estimable citizens. He leaves several children to mourn his loss. He was a native of Western Virginia.

 

Miss Winnie Annetta Daigh
Miss Winnie Annetta Daigh was born Feb. 19, 1875 in Grove City, Christian county, Ill.

     In 1881 she, with her parents moved to Auburn. It was from the August high school that she graduated in 1893.
     In 1895 the family traveled to Oklahoma settling in the Kickapoo country near Harrah.
     Miss Daigh taught the first school in Peace Grove district three miles north of Harrah. Also taught at Millwood and Home Valley. Three years at Shawnee, one year at McCook, then returned to Oklahoma City and taught 38 years at Jefferson school in the primary department.
     She was a member of the First Methodist church. Business and Professional Women's Club, Kappa Kappa Iota Teachers Sorority, and the YMCA.
     She is survived by brothers and sisters, Parker Daigh of Los Angeles; Mrs. Agnes Gerhardt of Oak Prk, Ill. Mrs. Abbie Mills of Kensett, Ark.; and Maggie D. Graham of Oklahoma city. Local survivors are a cousin Mrs. C.E. Ord.
     Funeral services were held in Oklahoma city Monday Afternoon May 17. The body was then returned to Sheridan cemetery at Auburn where committal services were held at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, May 18, with Rev. James L. Ray officiating. Casey Funeral Home was in charge of local arrangements.


Charles LeRoy Carley
Son of Lawson Hannibal (LOTT) Carley
C. L. CARLEY

     Charles LeRoy Carley, son of Lot and Margaret Carley, was born March 3, 1871, near Louisville, Pottawatomie county, Kansas. December 22, 1901, he was united in marriage to Dora May Andrew at Wamego. To this union four children were born, Leroy Andrew, Margaret Elizabeth, James-Milton and Winnie May.
     In January 1905, he and his wife and two children went to Rooks County, Kansas, and for thirty years made their home on the Andreson ranch near Plainville. He united with the Presbyterian church at Plainville in 1911 and has ever been faithful to this faith.
     In August, 1934, Mr. and Mrs. Carley and Milton moved to Pladd, Mo.
     A severe attack of flu coupled with the leaving the home of thirty years was responsible for the one and half years illness, and Sunday morning, Sept. 15, 1935, he folded his tired hands and went peacefully to sleep to awake in the blessed Beyond where there are no sorrowful partings.
     His parents and brother, Dr. H. T. Carley of St. Louis, preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife and Milton of the home, Lee Carley and Mrs. Glenn Gill of Hays, Kansas, and Mrs. Charles Bowland of Pladd, Mo.; 9 grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Milton Rightmire of Wamego, Kansas; also a foster sister, Mrs. Etta Joy of Luray, Kansas.
     He was especially loved by his two sons-in-law, Charles Bowland and Glenn Gill, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lee Carley, to whom he extended his love and sympathy as to his own children. He will be greatly missed in the home where he has been lovingly cared for during his long illness.
     Leaves have their time to * flowers to wither at the * breath, and stars to set. * Hast all seasons for * Death."


C. L. Carley

(Charles LeRoy Carley)

     Charles Leroy Carley, son of Lot and Margaret Carley, was born March 3, 1871, near Louisville, Pottawatomie county, Kansas. December 22, 1901, he was united in marriage to Dora May Andrew at Wamego. To this union four children were born, Leroy Andrew, Margaret Elizabeth, James--Milton and Winnie May.
     In January 1905, he and his wife and two children went to Rooks County, Kansas, and for thirty years made their home on the Andreson ranch near Plainville. he united with the Presbyterian church at Plainville in 1911 and has ever been faithful to the faith.
     In August, 1934, Mr. and Mrs. Carley and Milton moved to Pladd, Mo.
     A severe attack of flu coupled with the leaving the home of thirty years was responsible for the one and half years illness, and Sunday morning, Sept. 15, 1935, he folded his tired hands and went peacefully to sleep to awake in the blessed Beyond where there are no sorrowful parting.
     His parents and brother, Dr. H. T. Carley of St. Louis, preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife and Milton of the home. Lee Carley and Mrs. Glenn Gill of Hays, Kansas, and Mrs. Charles Bowland of Plad, Mo.; 9 grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Milton Rightmire of Wamego, Kansas; also a foster sister, Mrs. Etta Joy of Luray, Kansas.
     He was especially loved by his two sons-in-law, Charles Bowland and Glenn Gill, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lee Carley, to whom he extended his love and sympathy as to his own children. He will be greatly missed in the home where he has been so lovingly cared for during his long illness.
Leaves have their time to f ?????
flowers to wither at the north??????
breath, and stars to set. ????
hast all seasons for the Death."?????
Funeral services ??????
by The Rev. Milton?????????
Springs, an old pastor?????
tertian church, at?????????
Wednesday afternoon?????
Assisted by pastors???????
ville churches.??????
in the Plainville????


Charles LeRoy Carley
OBITUARY
As wrote by his wife, Dora May (Andrew) Carley
W
ritten by hand.

     Charles LeRoy Carley was born near Louisville, Kans. Mar 13,’71. When about four years old his parents moved to Ill. In 1881, they moved to Iowa and in 1884 moved to Auburn, Neb. Where Roy as he was known grew to manhood.
     After spending three years of his early manhood in Okla
.
    
He came back to the land of his birth in 1896. In 1901 he married Dora M. Andrew. In 1905, he with his wife and two children LeRoy Jr. And Margaret moved to Rooks Co. Kansas. Here two more children were born to this home.
     Milton and May on what is known as the Andreson place, eight and one half miles southwest of Plainville, this little family lived and toiled for almost thirty years.
     May, LeRoy and Margaret married from this home, and in 1934,Roy,his wife, and one son, Milton said farewell to the old home, on July 31st, and moved to Dallas Co., Ms. Broken in Fortune, health and spirit, he lived but a short time. On the morning of Sept 15, 1935 life left his poor, tired body, and went to dwell with the immortals.
    
*Note: She has the abbreviation for Missouri as MS instead of MO.- entered to computer 4 Sep 1997.

Foot note, spelling of LeRoy in his name is alway in caps.


Dr Harry Daigh Carley
Brother of Charles LeRoy Carley and Dora May *Andrew) Carley
Son of Lawson Hannibal (LOTT) Carley

Dr. Harry D. Carley Dies at Sanitarium
St. Louis Physician served in Army Medical Corps 23 months
.

     Dr. Harry D. Harley, prominent St. Louis physician, died at the Missouri Baptist Sanitarium Sunday night, after an illness of eleven weeks. Dr. Carley was 52 years old and lived at 5091 Maple Avenue.
     Funeral services will be held from Alexander & Sons’ chapel, 6175 Delmar boulevard, at 2:30 o’clock tomorrow afternoon, followed by burial at Valhalla Cemetery.
     Dr. Carley was born at Wamego, Kan., the son of the late L. C. Carley. He entered St. Louis University and was graduated in 1897. Since that time Dr. Carley has been practicing in St. Louis. He had offices in the Metropolitan Building.
     He was a member of the St. Louis Medical Association, American Medical Society and was active in the affairs of the Officers’ Reserve Corps. During the world war Dr. Carley saw service for twenty-three months in the Army Medical Corps.
     As a captain, Dr. Carley had charge of an army hospital in Kansas City for nearly a year during the war. After the signing of the armistice. Dr. Carley was given a commission as major in the Reserve Corps.
     His widow, Mrs. Maxey C. Carley; two daughters, Elizabeth and Lucille, and one brother, L. C. Carley of Plainville, Kan. survived Dr. Carley.

(Mrs. Charles LeRoy Carley)

Dora May (ANDREW) Carley
Daughter of John R. Andrew. Wife of Charles LeRoy Carley

     Dora May Andrew was born Nov. 18, 1876 near Buchtel, Athens County, Ohio, and departed this life at Hays, Kansas, March 30, 1947 after an illness of two and one-half years. When ten years of age she came with her parents and younger brother and sisters by covered wagon to Hodgeman County, Kansas, where they lived for three years near Jetmore, then moved to Platte County, Mo. She was reared a Presbyterian and in the fall of 1896 became a member of that church at Lebanon, Ohio, where she was attending teacher's college. She taught school for four years in Pottawatomie County, Kansas. On Dec. 22, 1901, she was married to Charles Leroy Carley at Wamego, Kansas. To this union four children were born: Leroy A. Carley, Hays, Kans; Margaret E. Bowland, Stoutland, Mo.; J. Milton Carley, Great Bend, Kans.; and W. May Gill, Hays, Kans. In Jan., 1905 she came with her husband and two older children to a farm southwest of Plainville where she lived until the fall of 1934 when she moved to Missouri. The past 12 years she had made her home with her daughter and family at Stoutland, Mo. She was cared for in this home until nearly seven weeks ago when she was brought to Hadley hospital at Hays. She was preceded in death by her husband on Sept. 14, 1935, and by her father, mother, four sisters, two brothers and one grandson. Besides her four children and their families she leaves to mourn her passing, one sister, Mrs. Pearl Blackburn of Yuba City, Calif., two sisters-in-law, a number of nieces, nephews and a host of friends.
     Services were held April 1 at the Methodist Church in Plainville by Rev. Thorne of Hays Presbyterian Church, assisted by Rev. Husted. Interment was made in the Plainville cemetery.

(Note: from Dorothy Calkin)

 

 

John Robison Andrew
His father was Robison Andrew and John was father of
Dora May (Andrew) Carley

     John R. Andrew was born in Athens Co., Ohio, January 7, 1835. Died June 16, 1909, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Willey, near Laclede, Ks. Aged 74 years 5 months and 16 days. He was married to Elizabeth Kasler, March 9, 1857. To this union, 12 children were born, 3 girls died in infancy and one daughter, Nancy, died in 1880, aged 12 years. Three sons, Millard of Cincinnati, Ohio; Shelton of Atchison, Kansas and Charles Of Iatan, Mo. Five daughter, Mrs. Angle Latimore, Holister, Ohio; Mrs. Cora WILLEY, Wamego; Mrs. Dora Carley, Plainville, Ks.; Mrs. Pearl Blackburn, Monterose, Colo. And Mrs. Anne Alexander Rushville, . Mo. All survive him. In 1886, Mrs. Andrew moved with his family to Hodgeman Co. Ks. And 1899 moved to Platte, Mo. Where he lived until his wife died in 1903. Since then he has made his home with his children, For many years M. Andrews was a member of the Baptist Church but on moving to Mo. There being no church of his choice, he united wit ht e Presbyterians. His remains were shipped to Latan, Mo. Laid by Beside, His wife in the Mt. Bethel Cemetery.

 

Millard Fillmore Andrew
Brother of Dora May (Andrew) Carley

Well Known Retired
Educator Succumbs.
M. F. Andrew, well known here died
Monday at home of daughter in
Cincinnati, Funeral There Wednesday.

     M.F. Andrew, 78 years of age. Clarksville, well known educator, died Monday noon at the home of a son-in-law and daughter. Mr. And Mrs. Herbert West, Cincinnati. He had been in failing health for several years and was bedfast for a few weeks at the home of Mr. And Mrs. West where he had go to visit. Another daughter, Mrs. E. E. Mundew, this city, was called to Cincinnati a couple of weeks by the serious conduction of Mr. Andrew. Mr. Mundew went to Cincinnati, Tuesday. Funeral services where held in Cincinnati Wednesday at burial was made in a cemetery in that city.
     Born in the Hooper Ridge vicinity. Mr. Andrew went with his parents to the Bailey Run locality when but a small lad of a few years, and grew to young man hood there. He received a common school education's in the country school, of Dover Township and later completed a teaching course at The Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. He taught in the schools in southern Ohio and Kentucky in his early days and for many years was connected with the schools in Cincinnati where he was established a reputation as an educator of ability.
     During the World War, Mr. Andrew offered his service to his country and while many years beyond the age requirement, felt that he could be of some service at requested an over seas assignment. In the request, he was turned down, but he was assigned to duty at Camp Meigs, Washington, D. C. where he remained until April 1st. 1919.
     Coming back to the city to visit relatives. Mr. Andrew found the Glouster High School lacking a principal and it seems like none was available. He was finally prevailed enough to help out by accepting the position. After retiring from public school work for all times. Mr. Andrew still had the desire for class rooms work and taught a couple of years at Lincoln Memorial University Harrogate, Tennessee. Completing his work there, he and Mrs. Andrew spent part of their time in this city and for a while established a home here.
Later on Mr. And Mrs. Andrew moved to their farm near Clarksville, where they remained until about two years ago when they sold the farm and moved to Clarksville where since made their home.
     For the past number of years, Mr. Andrew was a contributor to the Cluster Press columns. Until his health failed, he contributed a letter weekly giving some of the early history of his boyhood home and the people and of the people of those times. He knew more facts concerning the early history of Hooper Ridge and the Bailey Run vicinity then possible any other man living and his writing were always of interest to the people as they brought by memories of happenings of their life in a entertaining manner. This last article under the heating
of Wollop and Jollop, appeared in The Press in the issue of February 13 last.
     Mr. Andrew was twice married and his survived by his second wife, and four children by his first Wendel Andrew, Clarksville. Mrs. E. F. Mundew. This city, Paul Andrew, Wilmington, and Mrs. Herbert West, Cincinnati.


L. M. (Andrew) Latimer
Daughter of John R. Andrew and sister of Dora M. (Andrew) Carley, Mother was Elizabeth Kasler

(Mrs. L. M. Latimer)

Died Following Operation.

     Mrs. L. M. Latimer of near Hollister, who went to Columbus Monday of last week to undergo an operation at Grant hospital, died Friday morning. The remains were brought to this city Friday evening and taken to the late home. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the U.B. church at Hollister, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Fisher of Jacksonville. Interment was made in the Hollister cemetery.
     Mrs. Latimer was a daughter of the late John R. and Elizabeth Andrew who were pioneer residents of Hooper Ridge. She was born at Hooper Ridge but when she was four years of age her parents moved to Bailey Run where she resided until united in marriage to L. M. Latimer. For the last 30 years she resided on the farm near Hollister. Mrs. Latimer would have been 61 years of age next month.
     About twenty years ago she underwent an operation at Grant hospital and the operation Tuesday of last week showed that she was afflicted with the same malady for which she underwent the former operation.
     Mrs. Latimer is survived by her husband and eight children, all girls. The children are: Mrs. Wm. Slisher, who resides on part of the home farm, Mrs. Oscar Harmon, residing on the farm a joining, Mrs. Joe Jonas, and Mrs. ???? of Trimble, Mrs. Noah Clark, Mrs. Grover Clark, Jr. J. M. Coakley of Newark, and Mrs. Wesley Byers of near Hollister.
     A brother, Shelton Andrew, resides in this city, and M. F. Andrew, another brother, is connected with the schools at Cincinnati. Last year he was principal of the Glouster high school. Three sisters are also living--Mrs. J. D. Willey of Wamego, Kan., Mrs. L. C. Carley of Plainville, Kan. and Mrs. Pearl Blackburn of Yuba City, Calif.
     (Note: From Virginia O. Popejoy via D. Calkin)
Mrs. L. A. Carley is Dora May Andrew, my grand mother. Wife of Charles LeRoy Carley who was son of Lawson (Lott) Carley

Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth (CARLEY) Bowland
Daughter of Dora May (Andrew) Carley and Charley Leroy Carley
Sister of Leroy Andrew, May Gill and James M. Carley

     Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Bowland, 84, Warrensburg, formerly of Knob Noster, died Wednesday, March 1, at Western Missouri Medical Center. She was born July 6, 1904, at Pottawatomie County, Kansas, the daughter of Charles Leroy and Dora Mae Andrew Carley. She was a rural elementary school teacher, a member of the First United Methodist Church in Knob Noster and a member of the united Methodist Women’s Talley Circle in Knob Noster. On May 7, 1930, she married Charlie Wesley Bowland in Hays, Kansas. He died on November 11, 1987. She is survived by three daughters, Dorothy Calkin of Deepwater, Sarah Hallman of Chilhowee and Anne Hudson of Kansas City; one son, Simon J. Bowland of West Yellowstone, Montana; one sister, May Gill of Hays, Kansas; 10 grandchildren; several step-grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and several step great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at Sweeney-Phillips in Warrensburg. The Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Knob Noster. Rev. Cliff Crockett will officiate. Burial will be in Warrensburg Memorial Gardens. The family suggests that any memorial contributions be made to the church or the American Cancer Society.
     Pallbearers were David W. Boose, Randy Burford, Justin Bowland, James Hudson, Nathan Bowland, John Hudson, Gerald Wayne Hallman.

 

 

Gerald Benjamin Hallman
Husband of Sarah Bowland and son in law of
Charlie and Margie (CARLEY) Bowland

     Gerald Benjamin Hallman, 71, Chilhowee, died Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1999, at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City.
     He was born July 22, 1928, in Hunnewell, Kan., the son of Ray Benjamin Hallman and Juanita Wilkerson Hallman.
     On July 10, 1959, in Knob Noster, he married Sarah Bowland Bechtel, who survives.
     Mr. Hallman was a heavy equipment operator for the Johnson County Highway Department for 17 years prior to his retirement in 1994.
     In addition to his wife he is survived by two sons, Charles Bechtel, Virginia Beach, Va., and Gerald W. Hallman, Concordia; five daughters, Margaret Spigelmire, West Covina, Calif., Donna Thornberry, Colorado Springs, Colo., Joyce Evans, Ponca City, Okla., Judy Burford, Chilhowee, and Linda Karbinas, Windsor; one brother, Donald Hallman, Arkansas City, Kan.; 14 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; an aunt and several nieces and nephews.
      He was preceded in death by an infant sister, Mary Margaret, and a son, James Ray Hallman.
     Graveside services will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 10, at the Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cemetery, with the Rev. Herman J. Hudson officiating.
     The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the Sweeney-Phillips & Holdren Funeral Home, Warrensburg.
     Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Diabetes Association in care of the funeral home.


Charles Westley Bowland
Son in law of Charles LeRoy Carley

     Charlie Wesley Bowland, 84, Knob Noster, died Wednesday, Nov. 11, 1987, at Ridge Crest Adult Care Center, Warrensburg.
     He was born May 7, 1903, in McDonald, Kan., son of Simon J. and Dolly Spears Bowland. On May 7, 1930, in Hays, Kan., he married Margaret Elizabeth Carley, who survives.
     Mr. Bowland had lived in the Knob Noster area since 1953. He worked as a carpenter and was a member of Carpenters Local No. 1953 and First United Methodist Church, Knob Noster.
     Other survivors include a son, Simon J. Bowland, West Yellowstone, Mont.,; three daughters, Dorothy Calkin, Deepwater, Mo.; Sarah Hallman, Chilhowee, Mo.; Anne Hudson, Kansas City, formerly of Sedalia; two sisters, Ada Walker, Norwalk, Iowa; Lucy Griswold, Tacoma, Wash.; 10 grandchildren nine great grandchildren and several step great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
     Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the church with the Rev. Richard Ogden officiating.
     Pallbearers will be Nathan Bowland, Justin Bowland, Gerald Wayne Hallman, John Hudson, James Hudson, David W. Boose and Randy Burford.
     Burial will be in Warrensburg Memorial Gardens.
     The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Sweeney-Phillips Funeral Home, Warrensburg.
     The family suggests contributions to the church or Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation.

Leroy Andrew Carley
Son of Charles LeRoy Carley and his wife was Opal Fern Burdue

"LEE"

LeRoy "Lee" Carley, 79, 406 West Fourth, died Friday, Sep. 24, at Hadley Regional Medical Center.
     He was born Dec. 2, 1902, at Wamego, the son of Charles and Dora May Andrew Carley. He married Opal Burdue on Aug. 18, 1927, at Beaver City, Neb.
     He worked at The Hays Daily News for 37 years and was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America Club and the First Presbyterian Church.
     Survivors include his wife, of the home; three sons, Kenneth, Topeka, Clark, Bowling Green, KY. And Curtis, Albuquerque, N.M.; one daughter, JoNelle Graber, Wheaton, Ill.; one brother, Milton, Hays; two sisters, Margaret Bowland, Missouri, and May Gill, Hays; 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
     Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Wilson Funeral Home with the Rev. Harold Wisner officiating; burial in Mount Allen Cemetery. Friends may call from 2-9 p.m. today at Wilson's. The family suggests memorials to the Hospice of the Plains.


 Opal Fern (BURDUE) Carley
Daughter of Clark E. Burdue
Wife of Leroy Andrew Carley

     Victoria–Opal Fern Carley, 89, died Wednesday, Dec., 10, 1997, at St. John’s of Victoria Nursing Home.
     She was born Feb. 7, 1908, in Jetmore to Clark and Edna (Dunn) Burdue. She married LeRoy "Lee" Carley on Aug. 18, 1927, in Beaver City, Neb. She completed teacher’s training at Kansas State Teachers College, Hays. She taught at Hodgeman County School No. 61 for three years. She was a longtime Hays resident. She was an active supporter of the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, a member of the Rebecca Lodge, and the First Presbyterian Church, where she taught Sunday School for 15 years.
     Survivors include three sons, Clark, Bowling Green, Ky., Kenneth, Lampe, Mo., and Curtis, Albuquerque, N.M.; a daughter, JoNelle Graber, Wheaton, Ill.; a sister, Nola Scothorn, Jetmore; 10 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
     She was preceded in death by her husband, Sept. 24, 1982, and a daughter, Evelyn Goodwin, Feb. 17, 1977.
     Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Hays Memorial Chapel, 20th and Pine, with her grandson, the Rev. Kim Carley officiating; burial in Mount Allen Cemetery, Hays.
     Visitation is from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday and from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home.
     Memorials are suggested t o Hospice of Hays Medical Center.


Frieda Rose (GNAD) Carley
Wife of Clark Lee Carley

     Frieda Rose Carley, 69, died Sunday Feb. 13, 2000 at her son’s home in Lewisville, Texas.
    She was born Jan. 16, 1931, a native of Ellis, Kan., and a former day-care teacher for Volunteers of America. Of which she had received many certificate and ribbons for service rendered.
     Survivors: a son, Warren Carley; her mother, Teresa Drieling; sisters Helen Rome, Phyllis Riddel and Loretta Mars; and two grandchildren.
     The funeral was Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2000 at Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home in Lewisville. Texas. Burial: Old Hall Cemetery, Lewisville.
First wife of Clark L. Carley

News Report of Baby’s Birthright

     The stork left one baby in Hays today, a son for Mr. And Mrs. Francis A. Rupp of Hays at St. Anthony hospital. For Mr. And Mrs. Clark Carley of Salina he announced the adoption of a son on Friday, August 4. The baby was born July 28. Clark Carley formerly lived in Hays. (News Aug. 7, 1961)
     Mr. And Mrs. Leroy Carley visited Sunday in Salina with their son, Clark Carley, Mrs. Carley and infant son, Warren Leroy.
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Hello! I’m Adopted
(Inside) I wasn’t "expected"---I was "selected"!!
My name—Warren Leroy Carley
My age—8 days
My proud and happy parents—Frieda and Clark Carley

ADOPTION ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carley of Salina and Bowling Green, Ky., announce the adoption of a son, Warren Leroy, born July 28.

Teresa (Gnad) Dreiling

The family of Teresa Dreiling would like to thank our friends at relatives for cards, visits, food flowers and memorials. A special thanks you to the staff at HGSC you dimensions for the loving care given to Teresa during her final years with us. Thank you to Dr. Leushe, Father Kevin Weber and Larry Letourneau, the organ music and beautiful voice of Rondo Fondoble, the D. of L. for a delicious luncheon and Wasinger Funeral Chapel for the consideration and compassion shown during this difficult time.

Wilmer Dreiling, Phyllis Rieddel and family, Loretta Mares and family, Helen Rome and family, John Dreiling and Crystal, Warren Carley and family.

Ellis Review 10/17/2002.      

Mrs. Maizene (Goad) Carley

     Mrs Maizene Goad Carley, 49, of lot 22, Skyline Mobil Home Park was dead on arrival at 10:30pm. Friday at City County Hospital after a brief illness.
     She was office manager of The Daily News and a member of KERR Memorial United Methodist Church.
     Funeral will be at 2:30PM Monday at Arch L. Heady-Johnson Funeral Home with burial in Bethel Cemetery.
     Survivors includes her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Goad of Rt 14; two daughters, Misses Pamela and Valerie Hinton, both of Bowling Green; one brother, Jim Goad of Rt. 9, several nieces and nephews.

(Her parents and brother all died with in the next three years.) Maizene and her parents graves side by side. Maizene was the third wife of Clark L. Carley.

 


                                Death of Clark E. Burdue
                                             Son of Iaac D. and Elizabeth Jane Burdue
                          Father of Opal Fern (Burdue) Carley


     Clark E. Burdue, 73, a resident of Hodgeman County for sixty years died Wednesday evening, October 5, at St. Anthony Hospital, Dodge City, where he had been a medical patient for ten days following a stroke.
Mr. Burdue was the son of the late Mr. And Mrs. I. D. Burdue and was born in Sherwood, Michigan, March 9, 1876. The family came to Hodgeman County in 1889 and settled on a farm southwest of Jetmore.
On April e, 1903, he was united in marriage to Miss Edna Dunn. They were the parents of seven children, five dying in infancy. Mr. And Mrs. Burdue lived on a farm until 1933 when they moved to Jetmore. He has lived in Hodgeman County for sixty years with the exception of one year.
     Mr. Burdue has been in poor health for several years. He had had several strokes, but had been able to be up and around town until his last illness.
He is survived by his wife and two daughters, Mrs. Opal Carley of Hays, and Mrs. Nola Scothorn of Jetmore.; one sister Mrs. Maude Roth and a brother Ora L. Burdue, both of Dodge City; eleven grandchildren and three great –grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the United Presbyterian church with the Rev. Don R. Morris of Zenith in charge. The music on the roan was by Charles Lonnberg. The solos, "I Know He Cares" and "My God and I" were by Charles Lonnberg with Mrs. M. A. Gleason, accompanist. Pall bearers were M. H. Raser, Sr., V. W. Koontz, John Rabe, Dayton Rogers, J. C. Rogers and Harry Schechter. Burial was in Fairmont Cemetery, Jetmore.
     Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral were, Ora L. Burdue and son Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Burdue and daughter Norma, Mr. And Mrs. Reuben Koehn, Isaac and Chester Roth all of Dodge City, Mr. And Mrs. Lee Carley and family, Hays, Mrs. Lena Miller, Durango, Colorado, Mrs. Stella Laird Dunn, Rifle, Colorado, Mr. And Mrs. Jacob Burdue and Miss Elma Burdue of Anthony, Mr. And Mrs. Glenn Gill and Bob Goodwin of Hays. (1949)


Edna Catherine (DUNN) Burdue
Daughter of Zachary. Taylor Dunn
Wife of Clark Elloit Burdue

Memorial Obituary Tribute
The Dodge City Daily Globe, May 7, 1966

     JETMORE- Mrs. Edna Catherine Burdue, 85, almost a lifelong Hodgeman county resident, diet Thursday in her home in Jetmore. She had been in ill health about 10 years.
She was born January 11, 1881, in Corinth, Ky. She came in 1886, with her parents to Hodgeman county. She and Clark Burdue were married in 1901. They moved into Jetmore in 1930. Mr. Burdue's death was October 6, 1951.
     Mrs. Burdue was a member of the United Presbyterian Church of Jetmore and a charter member of the Friendly Neighbor home demonstration unit.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Nola Scothorn of Jetmore and Mrs. Opal Carley of Hays; two brothers, Clarence and Thomas Dunn, both of Jetmore, a sister Mrs. Ed Miller of Durango, Colorado; 12 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren and one great great grandchild.
     The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Fairmount Cemeteries Church, with the Rev. James W. Rhaesa officiating. Burial will be Fairmount Cemetery of Jetmore with the Davis Funeral Home in charge. The casket will not be opened..

Infant Burdue

Western Herald, Thurs., Oct. 15, 1903
Mr. & Mrs. Clark Burdue’s little baby died Thurs. of last week & was buried at Kidderville Cemetery.

Infant Burdue

Jetmore Republican, Friday, Oct. 16, 1903
     The infant child of Mr. And Mrs. Clark Burdue died Friday (Laurel News) The 3 month old baby boy was buried at Kidderville Friday Oct. 9

Lee Burdue

Western Herald, Thurs., Jan. 21, 1909
     Lee, the little 2 year old son of C. E. Burdue was badly scalded by falling into a tubl of scalding water, his mother was using to scrub the floor with, Thursday. He died about 10 o’clock. He was buried Jan. 16. Thank you card from Mr. And Mrs. Clark Burdue.
His buried at Fairmont Cemetery, Jetmore, Kansas.

Burdue Twins

Jetmore Republican, Sept. 17, 1915
     Mr. And Mrs. Clark Burdue lost their twin babies Sept. 8. They were only a few days old.


Rebecca Bailey (EVANS) Dunn
Wife of Zachary. Taylor Dunn

     Rebecca Bailey Evans was born in Harrison county, Kentucky, July 24, 1850. She was one of nine children and lived on her father's farm until 25 years of age when she married Z. T. Dunn in September, 1875.
     She and her husband made their home on another farm in Kentucky where 5 children were born.In March, 1886, they came to Western Kansas, taking a homestead in old Garfield county about six miles east of Ravanna. Here she experienced the exciting days of county seat contests.
     During the drought and hard times of that period they moved in a covered wagon to Bourbon county in Waco where they remained two years when again they came west, this time locating in Hodgeman county in what was known as the Fuller place, but more recently owned by M. T. Hendrickson.
     The Dunn family lived on several different farms in the west part of this county.On account of Mr. Dunn's poor health, they came to Jetmore to make their home in 1921, where he passed away in February, 1924.
     When Rebecca Dunn was a young woman in Kentucky, she transformed the raw flax and wool raised on the farm into cloth, as part of the household duties. She became an expert weaver and wove carpet and rugs after she came to Hodgeman county. Mrs. Dunn joined the Methodist church when she was 12 years old and lived a Christian life. She was a typical pioneer mother of western Kansas, living in sod houses and dug outs in Garfield and Hodgeman counties, although her last residence was a modern home. She put forth every effort to have her family attend church and Sunday School when such gatherings were held. She was always kind and sympathetic, doing much practical nursing in the neighborhood where she lived, relieving suffering by administering her home-made remedies. She was the only attendant of many babies and their mothers.
     Grandma Dunn was blest with good health until she came to Jetmore and was injured in an automobile accident. Since then, from time to time, she has had severe attacks of illness. During her last and fatal sickness she did not suffer, but went to sleep and passed away peacefully at 4:20 o'clock last Sunday afternoon, October 25, 1936, at the age of 86 years, 3 months and 1 day.
     She leaves to mourn their loss three daughters: Laura, of the home; Mrs. Edna Burdue, Jetmore and Mrs. Lena Miller, Durango, Colo.; Four sons W. N. Dunn, Silt, Colo., P. K. Dunn, Duluth, Minn., Thomas A. Dunn Hanston, Kansas and Clarence V. Dunn, Jetmore. One sister, Mrs. Alice Dunn, of Osgood, Indiana; twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Her youngest son passed away in August, 1916.
     Her remains will rest in the Kidderville cemetery, where her mother, husband
and son also have been laid to rest.

Life changes all our thoughts of Heaven.  At first we think of streets of gold.
And gates of pearl and dazzling light. And shining wings, and things
All strange to mortal's sight. But in the afterwards of years
It is a more familiar place. A Home unhurt by sighs and tears
Where waiteth many a well-known face It grows more real, day by day;
month by month, it comes more near Not strange and cold, but very dear
The glad Home land not far away. And as we think of all ,we knew
who there have met to part no more Our weary hearts want home, too.
With all the strife and struggle o'er

Laura Jane (DUNN) Sanford
Daughter of Zachary. Taylor Dunn
and sister of Edna C. (Dunn) Burdue
Wife of Pete Sanford

     Laura Jane Dunn was born in Harrison County, Kentucky, June 15, 1877 and passed away in a hospital in Oakland, California, November 2nd, 1956 at the age of 79 years, 4 months, and 18 days. Laura was the oldest of eight children.
     In March, 1886, she came to Western Kansas with her parents and lived on a homestead in old Garfield County near Ravanna. In September of 1925 she was united in marriage to Pete Sanford.
     She was a faithful member of the United Presbyterian Church of Jetmore, Kansas. She was also a member of the Rebecca Lodge of Jetmore for many years. She leaves to mourn her departure, two brothers and two sisters. The brothers are: Thomas Dunn and Clarence Dunn of Jetmore. The sisters are: Mrs. Edna Burdue of Jetmore and Mrs. Lena Miller of Durango, Colorado. She also leaves to mourn her departure numerous nephews and nieces and a h host of loving and devoted friends. Her parents and three brothers preceded her in death.



Delores F. (SCOTHORN) Craghead
Daughter of Raleigh and Nola G. (Burdue) Scothorn
Died March 25, 2001
Jetmore, Hodgeman Co. Kansas.

     Dolores F. Craghead, Jetmore, 71 died March 25, 2001 at Hodgeman Co. Long Term Care Center. Jetmore.
     She was born Oct. 4th 1929 at Jetmore. The daughter of Raleigh and Nola (Burdue) Scothorn. She was a Jetmore resident, moving from Calf. In Aug. 1981. She was a Co owner of the Jetmore Hotel and a home maker.
     She belonged to the United Methodist Church was a Brownie leader, both at Jetmore. On Dec. 15th. 1945, she married Maurice B. Craghead at Jetmore. He survives.
     Survivors include a son Jesse L. Jetmore. Two daughters, Maureen Hammond, Copeland, and Linda F. Terry, Fresno, Calf. Three brothers, Lloyd Scothorn, Tawas City, Mich. Leon Scothorn , Pampa, Tx. And Dallas Scothorn, Burlington. Three sisters, Sharon Rudzik, Shirley Pfaff and Janice Scothorn, all of Jetmore, ten grand children and fourteen great grand children.
     She was preceded in death by a son Dennis L.
     Funeral will be at 10AM. Thursday at United Presbyterian Church, Jetmore. With the Revs. Jo Clipson and Mitch Reece presiding Burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery, Jetmore.
     Visitation will be from 9AM to 8PM today and Wednesday. At Beckwith Funeral Home, Jetmore.
     Memorials may be sent to Hospice of the Prairie in care of the funeral home.


Mrs. Anna  (BURDUE) Walker72 is
Stricken by heart attack.
Daughter of Benjamin F. and Margaret E. Burdue
Wife of Nathian L. Walker

DEATH COMES SUDDENLY AT 11PM
WEDNESDAY FUNERAL RITES TO
BE HELD SATURDAY AT 2

Death came swiftly to Mrs. Anna Walker, prominent resident of this community at 11 o'clock Wednesday night, as relatives and physician did all in their power to save this flickering sparks of live.

    Mrs. Walker had been in frail health all summer and about two weeks bed fast, scarcely
Left her bed. She was apparently no worse Wednesday, when she sudden became extremely nauseated. And in about thirty minutes she passed away.
     Anna R. Dunn, daughter of Benjamin F. and Margaret E. Burdue was born in Harrison Co. Ky. Nov. 18, 1865.
     She was united in marriage to Nathian L. Walker Sept 8, 1887. At Urbana, Il. with Revered Haros the officiating minister. Born 7to this union were four sons. Chester J. Guy N. Floyd V. (who passed away early this year.) and Dwight M. at home. Her husband departed this his life Nov. 9, 1931.
     James Dunn of Michigan and Mrs. J. F. (Minnie) Yeazel are her surviving brother and sister. R. I. Dunn, a brother is deceased. Step brothers were George, John and Pierce Dunn, and Mrs. Frankenverg was a step sister, all are now deceased.
     Mrs. Walker, a faithful and assistant member of St. Joseph Church of Christ, of loyal
Daughters class. The order of Eastern Star in which she was grace honored with office of the Matron and in which she held the office of Chaplain at the ++++ of her death; and the eucala comp, royal neighbors of a America, where she had held high position for many years.
     Funeral services will be held ++ St. Joseph, Church of Christ at 2 o'clock. Saturday after noon Sept 3, conducted by Rev. W. H. Sperry, pastor of the church. Burial will be made by the side of her husband in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Mayview.
     The remains were returned to the home Thursday afternoon where they will lie instate until the hour of the funeral. Friends may call during that time.


Winifred May (CARLEY Gill
Daughter of Charley LeRoy Carley, wife of   L. Glenn Gill

     May Gill, 89, formerly of Epworth Towers, died Tuesday, July 8, 1997, at the Hays Good Samaritan Center. She was born May 2, 1908, in Plainville, to C. L. and Dora May (Andrew) Carley.
     She married Lowell Glenn Gill on May 28, 1927, in Hays. A homemaker, she was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Hays. She had lived at the Good Samaritan Center for more than a year.
     Survivors include two sons, John Eddie and Paul, both of San Antonio; three daughters, Eleanor Gill, Gilbert, Ariz., Georgia Gill, Fort Collins, Colo., and Cyndy Barton, Mesa, Ariz.,; 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson.
     She was preceded in death by her husband on Nov. 24, 1973; two sons, Glenn Milton Gill and an infant; a daughter, Shirley Gardner; two brothers, Lee and Milton Carley; and a sister, Margaret Bowland.
     Services are at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. William C. Miller officiating; burial in Fort Hays Memorial Gardens. Visitation is from 4-8 p.m. today at the Hays memorial Chapel Funeral Home, 20th and Pine. Memorials are suggested to the Hays Good Samaritan Center or the Parkinson’s Disease Association.


Lowell Glenn Gill Jr.
Father was Lowell Gill Sr. Mother Bessie Stearns His wife was May (Carley) Gill) sister of Leroy and James Milton Carley. And Maaargareet (Carley) Bowland

     Glen Gill, 69, 602 E. 12th. Street,  died Saturday evening at Hadley Regional Hospital Medical Center.
     He moved to Hays in 1926 and had operated Gills Repair Shop here
since 1944.
     Survivors includes his wife May of the home, three sons, Glenn Milton, Udon, Thailand, John Eddie, San Antonio, Tx. and Paul, Northbay, Ontario, Canada. Four daughters, Mrs Eleanor Keyworth, Mesa, Az. Mrs. Shirley Swarz, Denver, Colo. Mrs, Georgia Zimmerman. Hays,Ks. A brother James H. Suncity, Az. A sister, Mrs Irene Brown, Leunadia, Calf.and seventeen grand children.
     Funeral services are scheduled for 2 PM. Tuesday at Wilson Funeral Home in Hays, Ks. with Revd. Harold Wisner officiating. Burial will be in The Fort Hays Memorial Cemetery.
     Friends may call from 2 to 9pm. Monday and 9am. until service time Tuesday at the funeral home
.


 James Milton Carley
Son of Charles LeRoy Carley, His wafe was Sarah (Barker)(Black) Carley

     James Milton Carley was born to C. L. "Roy" Carley and Dora May (Andrew) Carley on July 13, 1906, at Plainville, Kansas. He passed on to his eternal reward on March 11, 1984. The Lord graciously granted him 77 years of life here on earth.  
     Milton spent his early years on the farm in Plainville, Kansas, then moved to Plad, Missouri, for a short time, and back to Great Bend, Kansas. He received a grade school and part of a high school education, and learned much from a first-hand, personal experience with life.
     On June 5, 1940, he was united in marriage to Sarah Ellen Barker ?(Black)in Franklin, Nebraska. They were married for almost 30 years, until her passing from this life.
     In 1944 Milton surrendered his life to Jesus Christ and was baptized in the Christian Church in Great Bend, Kansas. He was a charter member of the Northridge Christian Church, which erected this building in 1963. He served as an elder and as a trustee of that congregation for a number of years. He and his wife renewed their vows in this sanctuary in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary.
     Milton worked for many years, beginning in 1936, in the oil fields. He enjoyed good health throughout almost all of his life, and though he suffered a heart attack around 1960, he continued to lead an active and productive life, up until shortly before his death.
     Milton is remembered by his family as a robust, outspoken, forceful, yet loving person. He was a very hard, strong worker. He was particularly adept at building, maintenance, and repair work. He was very honest with people, and sometimes enjoyed being "ornery". He enjoyed going to auctions, and also liked to read. He was very fond of family members, and often had classic responses to many situations. His family has many fond memories of brother, father, uncle, and grandfather "Milt".
     Milton spent the past 20+years living in Hays, and has been an active part of the North Oak Community Church in the past?????
     The church and especially the Go Getter's group became part (picture) of his life. The past two years he experienced a decline in health (pic).
     March 7, 1984, he entered the hospital. On Sunday morning (pic) he experienced another heart attack which resulted in his (pic) death. Those who preceded him in death are: His father and mother, His wife, Ellen, and one brother Lee.
     Those remaining who mourn his death are: Two sisters: Margaret Bowland, Knob Noster, Missouri May Gill, Hays, Kansas. Two step sons: Bud Black and wife (Vi), Great Bend, Kansas Bob Black and wife (Ginny), Wichita, Kansas Six grandchildren Four great grandchildren, and many other friends. The family wishes to express deep appreciation to the North Oak Community Church for their love, care, and concern for Milt in these last precious years of his life.

 

Sarah Ellen (BARKER)(Black) Carley
Wife of James Milton Carley
May 23, 1970

     Mrs. Sarah Ellen Carley, 66, Chetolah Mobile Park, died Saturday at Hadley Regional Medical Center.
     Survivors include the husband, Milton; two sons, Louis Black, Great Bend; Bob N. Black, Wichita; six grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Edith Mishler, Mrs. Mabel Mishler, and Miss Ruby Barker, all of Cherryvale, Kan.; a brother, Floyd Barker, Garland, Texas.
     Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Brock's North Hill Chapel. Burial will be in Mt. Allen Cemetery. Friends may call at Brock's until service time. Mrs. Carley, a Hays resident since 1956, was a member of the First Christian Church. Services Held for Sarah Ellen Carley Hays Daily News, May 26, 1970.
     Services for Mrs. Sarah Ellen Carley, 66, Chetolah Mobile Park, who died Saturday, were held Monday at Brock's North Hill Chapel. Revs. William Harris of the First Christian Church of Hays and Herman J. Hudson Jr. of Missouri officiated.


Millard Andrew
Brother of Dora May (Andrew) Carley, son of John Robison Andrew
ANDREW RITES ARE ARRANGED FOR WEDNESDAY Teacher in Cincinnati Schools for Many Years.

     Funeral services for Millard F. Andrew, 78, former school teacher in Cincinnati for many years, and at one time assistant superintendent of Cincinnati public schools, will be held in the George H. Rohde & Son’s funeral home, Linwood and Delta avenues, Wednesday at 2 p.m. He died in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Herbert N. West, 2834 Madison road, Hyde Park, late Monday.
     Andrew was a thirty-second degree Mason and a charter member of Hyde Park Symbolic Lodge. Masonic services will be held in the funeral home, Tuesday at 8 p.m.
     First serving as principal of Cheviot Public School, Andrew later was principal of Linwood Public School for nine years and was assistant superintendent of schools of the city for fourteen months. After serving in the latter position, he was appointed principal of the Twenty-fifth District School and later served in Central Fairmount, Lincoln and Saylor Park Schools.
     He retired from active school work in 1923, but later was head of the department of education. Harrogate University, Tennessee. He had been living in retirement in Clarksville, O., for several years.
     Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery.

Millard E. Blackburn

     Millard Earl Blackburn, 63, of Yuba City died Jan. 8, 2002, at Rideout Memorial Hospital.
     Born in Yuba City, he was a lifelong Yuba-Sutter resident. He retired as commodity manager of Hunt-Wesson Foods after 31 years of service.
     He was past president of the Barber Shop Chorus Society and served in the U.S. Air Force.
     He and Lana Lou Blackburn were married for many years.
     Survivors include two daughters, Jill Jackson and Jana Rodriguez, both of Yuba City; a sister, Carolyn Johnson of Sacramento; and six grandchildren.
     Donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 1372 Longfellow Ave., Chico, CA 95926; or Multiple Sclerosis, 2277 Watt Ave., Sacramento, CA 95825.
     Services: A memorial service, in conjunction with a service for his wife, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday at Emmanuel Faith Tabernacle Church in Linda, with the Rev. Sterley Davis officiating. Private inurnment will be in Sutter Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel

Lana Lou Blackburn

    Lana Lou Blackburn, 58, of Yuba City died Jan. 7, 2002, at The Fountains in Yuba City.
     Born in Yuba City, she was a lifelong Yuba-Sutter resident. She was a homemaker and past president of Bogue Junior Women's Club.
     She and Millard Earl Blackburn were married for many years.
     Survivors include two daughters, Jill Jackson and Jana Rodriguez, both of Yuba City; her mother, Oma Lee McHenry of Yuba City; a brother, Monte R. McHenry of Elk Grove; and six grandchildren.
     Donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 1372 Longfellow Ave., Chico, CA 95926; or Multiple Sclerosis, 2277 Watt Ave., Sacramento, CA 95825.
     Services: A memorial service, in conjunction with a service for her husband, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday at Emmanuel Faith Tabernacle Church in Linda, with the Rev. Sterley Davis officiating. Private inurnment will be in Sutter Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel.

Note, they passed away about 10 hours apart.

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