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William Morris


Posted By: Rebecca Foster (email)
Date: 8/22/2015 at 15:02:10


Letter From Family. Gives Some Particulars of Deceased Which Are of Interest to Old Friends.
Brief mention was made in the last issue of the Review of the death of Mr.-Wm. Cr. Morris, which occurred last week at his home in Boise, Idaho, 'the. Review is in receipt of a letter from the family giving some of the particulars of his life which will be of Interest to people in the community.

Mr. Morris died Sunday, March 28th, at 10:15 p. m. at the family residence In Boise after lingering illness with Bright’s disease. Mr. Morris, together with his family, moved to Boise about eleven years ago and was engaged in business there with his two sons.

The deceased was born. March 15, 1849. He was united in marriage to Miss Ella Seagrave on Nov. 3, 1873.

Ten children were born to this union, seven of whom survive, together with their mother, to mourn his death. The children are: Mrs. Harry L. Poorman, of Ontario; Charles W. and George Morris, Mrs. B. F. Orr, Mrs. Kichman and Althea and Marjorie, all of Boise.

Three sisters and one brother are also left, namely: Mrs. Anna Comstock, of Denison Mrs. Martha Brown, of Oak Pole. Neb Mrs. Mary Streeter, of Deloit, and Mr. Thomas Morris, of Denison.

Funeral services were held on Tuesday of last week, interment .being made in the cemetery near Boise.

Source: The Denison Review, Denison, Crawford, Ia., 07 Apr 1915.


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