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Submitted: 12/15/15 • Approved: 12/16/15 • Last Updated: 3/27/18 • R780272-G780271-S3
Wife of James R Ivie
July 11, 1836 - Sept 11, 1903
Aug 18, 1832 - Sept 17, 1908
James R. Ivie died at his home about a mile west of town at nine o'clock this morning from paralysis, after an illness of several years.
Funeral services will be held at Center church, seven miles northeast of this city at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon, conducted by Rev. Yates, the burial being under the direction of D. Kent. Mr. Ivie was 75 years of age and was born in Monroe county, but had lived in the vicinity of Kirksville since he was about ten years old. His wife died about four years ago and he leaves four children, only one whom lives in this vicinity, Lee Ivie. The others, Mrs. Melissa Seaman, Mrs. Anna Hall and Emerson Ivie, all of whom make their homes at Bozeman, Mont. Mrs. Emerson Ivie is now here on a visit.
Mr. Ivie had been a devoted member of the Christian church since early boyhood and was regarded as an upright man and splendid citizen. He had been a great sufferer for several years but bore his burdens with great patience and fortitude.
Kirksville Daily Express
September 17, 1907
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