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Benton County Times; July 28, 1914

Charles Raymond Keyes

Mr. and Mrs. Will Keyes and family wish to extend thanks to their neighbors and friends who were so kind to help them during the sickness and death of their little son and brother.

Charles Raymond Keyes was born to Mr. and Mrs. Keyes July 19, 1914, and died Sunday July 26, 1914, aged seven days. He leaves to mourn his loss his parents and six sisters. Two sisters are married, they are Mrs. Frank Livermore of Shellsburg and Mrs. Dick Fish. A brother and sister have preceded him in death and the others are at home. Rev. Hoff of Shellsburg conducted the funeral Monday at 10 o'clock and the remains were laid to rest in the McBroom Cemetery beside sister and brother.

Another Little lamb has gone, To dwell with him who gave; Another little darling babe is sheltered in the grave. God needed one more angle child Amidst his shining band, and so he bent with loving smile and clasped our darling's hand.

{Submitter comment: Unmarked grave at McBroom}

Submitted on 03-Jul-2010 by
Martha Long,

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