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AUGUSTA GAZETTE, 10 January 1941
Boucher Services Held On Sunday

The death of Mrs. Emily Boucher occurred at 9:45 o'clock this morning at her home. She was 77 years old. Her husband, Amos T. Boucher died April 8, 1926.

Mrs. Boucher was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Clapp and was born May 27, 1863 in Wiltshire, England. She came to America with her father when four years old and settled at Pleasant Corners, Ohio. Her marriage occurred at Munden, Ohio, on August 24, 1882. Three years later they came to Kansas and resided on a farm, six miles west of Augusta for 21 years, moving to Augusta in 1906.

Mrs. Boucher was a member of the Methodist church. On September 11, 1938, while on her way to church she fell and fractured her hip and has been confined to her home ever since that time. Her interest in the welfare of her church has continued since that time.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Nora Hyde, Haysville, Mrs. Flossie West, Mrs. Fern Reed and Mrs. Ethel Foudry, Augusta; and five grandchildren. The grandchildren are: Verne Hyde, Haysville, Forrest Hyde, Austin , Texas, Maxine, Gerald, and Lyle Reed of Augusta. Two sons, John Wesley and Ralph Elvin preceded her in death.

Funeral services will be held at the Dunsford chapel Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

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