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THE WICHITA BEACON, 17 February 1942
Francis Lee Patterson died at his home of a self-inflicted gunshot on February 17, 1942. Lee was born near El Dorado, June 24, 1903. He married Lydia Mary Klinger, February 10, 1927. They had lived at their present address for 12 years.

Lee was the second of 11 children born to Albert Mansfield and Lillie Martha 'Harris' Patterson.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his parents, Albert and Lillie Patterson of Augusta; four sisters, Mrs. Lillie Opperman, Haverhill, Kas. Mrs. Lovey Boucher, Hilltop Manor; Mrs Alberta Dagel, Browntown, Kas., Mrs. Verla Urban, Augusta; six brothers, Loy Inglewood, Calif., Ryle, Sacramento, Calif., Fay, Venice, Calif., Claire, Augusta, Kas., Ross, 1614 South St. Francis; and Clive, 1403 South Kansas.

Broadway Mortuary is in charge. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery, Augusta, Kas.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

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