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CEPERLEY, Silas 1865-1906

CEPERLEY, SMITH

Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 12/15/2016 at 19:08:13

Silas Ceperly Dead

This community was startled Wednesday morning to learn of the death of Silas Ceperly, one of the old residents of this vicinity, which occurred Tuesday night about ten o'clock at his home southwest of town, of inflammation of the bowels. He had been sick but a few days and his condition was not thought to be serious till Monday morning. His brother George of Parkersburg and Will of this place were at his bedside when the final dissolution came.

The funeral services were held this afternoon at the late home of the deceased and the remains buried in Fairfield cemetery. Mr. Ceperly was about forty-one years old.

--The Parkersburg Eclipse (Parkersburg, Iowa), 20 December 1906, pg 5

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Silas Ceperley, living near Stout, died this morning of appendicitis after an illness of only five days. Drs. Hobson of Parkersburg and Dr. Evans of New Hartford were in attendance. Nothing could be done to relieve him, and the attack was so severe an operation could not be performed. The funeral will be held at Mr. Ceperley's late residence at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow and interment will be in Fairfield cemetery. Mr. Ceperley carried a policy in the Modern Woodmen of America, and was a member of New Hartford camp. His friends and mourners are many.

--Waterloo Semi-Weekly Courier (Waterloo, Iowa), 25 December 1906, pg 2

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Obituary of Silas Ceperly

Silas Ceperly was born in Cook county, Illinois, May 30, 1865, and died near Stout, Iowa, Dec. 18, 1906, aged 41 years, 7 months and 5 days. When five years old he came to this state with his parents where he has since resided. He was married to Miss Jennie Smith August 13, 1884. Two children were given them, Pearl, a promising daughter and Coy, a bright lad. Of his father's family there are yet living, one sister in St. Paul, one in Minneapolis and one in Evanston, Ill., a brother in Parkersburg and one near Stout.

Funeral services were conducted at his late residence on last Thursday at 1 p.m. by Rev. T. A. Trimble of Dike. A quartette from New Hartford rendered some excellent music for the occasion, after which the remains were followed to the Fairfield cemetery by a large funeral procession, where the interment was made.

--The Parkersburg Eclipse (Parkersburg, Iowa), 27 December 1906, pg 13


 

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