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McInnis, Murdock 1866 - 1935

MCINNIS, MURPHY

Posted By: Doris Hoffman, Volunteer (email)
Date: 1/11/2012 at 22:40:09

Service From Plymouth Presbyterian Church on Tuesday Afternoon

Funeral services for Murdock McInnis, 69, who died In his home at Akron, Iowa, Saturday night, will be held in the family residence at Akron at 1:30 p. m. on Tuesday and In the Plymouth Presbyterian church, of which he was a member, at 2 p. m. Rev. Walter E. Smith will officiate and burial will be in the Plymouth Cemetery.

Mr. McInnis was born January 7, 1866, In Nova Scotia, and lived there until he became a resident of Le Mars, in 1873. He had made his home in Akron for the last seven years He married Hortense Murphy at Le Mars in 1890, and devoted the greater part of his life to farming in that section.

Surviving are the widow, four sons, Lyle and John of Akron and Theodore and Hector of Sioux City; five daughters, Mrs. Lulu Gilbert of Artesian, S. D.; Mrs. Josie Hummel of Westfield; Mrs. Anna Welsenberger of Sioux City. Mrs. Grave Bolkaman of Chatsworth and Mrs. Mary Jones of Jefferson, S. D.; two brothers, William and Alexander McInnis of Le Mars; five sisters, Mrs. J . Major of Huron; S. D.; Mrs. L. F. Taylor and Mrs. Frank Port of Akron; Mrs. E. Ostrom of Eagle lake, Minn., and Mrs. Charles Richards of Brunsville, Ia. 29 grand children and two great grandchildren.

Le Mars Globe Post
Monday, January 21, 1935
Akron, Iowa


 

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