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Nora Mae (White) Davis (1918)

BAINTER, DAVIS, WHITE

Posted By: Kent Transier (email)
Date: 12/28/2011 at 11:29:24

Earlham Echo
Earlham, Iowa
Thursday, December 12, 1918

The funeral of Mrs. W. F. Davis, who passed away last Thursday was held at eleven o’clock Saturday forenoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ernest Maulsby, conducted by Rev. Arthur Keast. Interment was in Earlham cemetery. Those present at the funeral service from out of town were Orville and Charles Davis of Winterset, and John White of Des Moines.
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Winterset Madisonian
Wednesday, December 11, 1918
Page 12, Column 5

Pitzer

Mrs. Will Davis died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Art Bainter, of flu-pneumonia. Mr. Davis and children have the sympathy of their friends and neighbors.
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Winterset Madisonian
Winterset, Iowa
Wednesday, December 11, 1918
Page 2

Earlham

MRS. WILLIAM STRONG, Earlham

Mrs. Wm. Strong, whose home is a few miles south of town, died at the home of her daughter, Pearl, near Van Meter, Thursday morning.

Mrs. Strong went to nurse her daughter, who had the flu, contracting the disease and lived only two days.

The funeral was held at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. Maulsby in Earlham Saturday morning and her boy was laid to rest in the Earlham cemetery. She leaves a husband and a large family of children, three sisters and one brother, to mourn her loss.

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Coordinator's note: The County Coordinators, in trying to determine Mrs. William Strong's given name have concluded that the deceased is actually Nora Mae (White) Davis. All of the facts in the Strong obituary exactly fit Mrs. Davis and we believe that the Madisonian made an error in identifying the deceased.

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