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Ralph E. Marsh (1867-1958)

MARSH, BLACK, BISHOP, MCMAINS

Posted By: Dorian Myhre (email)
Date: 11/20/2020 at 23:39:50

From Nevada Evening Journal September 23, 1958 (page 6)

RALPH E. MARSH

COLO--Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the funeral home at Charles City for Ralph E. March, who died in Nora Springs Sunday morning, Sept. 14 from a stroke. Burial was in the family lot at Charles City.

Life Sketch

Ralph Marsh was born Dec. 8, 1867 and live on a farm south of Colo. After his marriage to Edith Black he lived on the farm occupied by P. H. Fitzgerald and after moving to Collins he had the furniture store and mortuary. He moved to Charles City where he had made his home until retiring.

His wife and two sons preceded him in death, his wife dying just five months ago.

He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Hazel Bishop of Am--y, Ill. and Mrs. Dorothy McMains, and two sons, Harold and Kenneth of Charles City.

Among relatives in attendance at the funeral Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Marsh and Mrs. --m Hyatt of Kellogg; Mrs. J. D. Anderson and daughter, Mrs. Ed--e Andrews of Marshalltown; Mr. and Mrs. Scott Marsh and Mrs. Lloyd Holland, Collins and Mr. and Mrs. James Sager and --o Cooper.


 

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