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BLOXHAM, Fred 1879-1932

BLOXHAM, RANGER

Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 9/4/2015 at 08:36:52

Heart Trouble Ends Life For Fred Bloxham

Fred Bloxham died very suddenly at his home a mile and a half southwest of Grundy Center Saturday afternoon. He had not been feeling well for a week. He had been suffering from heart trouble at times for several years. He was in bed all the forenoon Saturday. He got up about dinner time. While walking across the kitchen floor he suddenly fell forward on his face and was dead before his wife reached his side.

Funeral services conducted by Rev. Bird were held at the Methodist church in Grundy Center yesterday afternoon. Burial was in the Grundy Center cemetery.

Mr. Bloxham was born on the farm where he died. He would have been 53 years old had he lived until next month. He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bloxham, both of whom died within the past few years.

Surviving are the wife, two daughters and one son, and one sister, Mrs. George Egyabroad.

Obituary
Frederick Warren Bloxham was born near Grundy Center, Iowa, Apr. 23, 1879, and passed away at his home March 19, 1932. He was a son of Warren and Anna Bloxham. He was married to Miss Mae Ranger Oct. 30, 1912. Four children came to brighten their home. The first born died in infancy. Cora, Neola and Roscoe survive, with their mother.

The deceased left one sister, Mrs. Edith Eygabroad, the only living member of a family of 8 children.

--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 24 March 1932, pg 1


 

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