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Patterson Services
Held On Saturday

The death of Mrs. Lilllie Martha Patterson, 67, occurred early this morning in Allen Memorial hospital in El Dorado following an illness of three years. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m., in the Dunsford chapel with interment in Elmwood cemetery. Rev. B. B. Hinkson will conduct the service.

Mrs. Patterson was born in Blue Springs, Mo. daughter of D.R. and Henrietta Dalton Harris. She had 14 siblings. Lillie married A. M. Patterson September 8, 1898 at Little Blue, Mo. and they had 11 children. He died March 15, 1945.

The following children survive: Mrs. Connie Urban, Mrs. Lillie Jackson, Mrs. Alberta Dagel and Clare Patterson of Augusta, Mrs. Lovey Boucher of Fredonia: Loy of Englewood, Calif.,, Ryle of Sacramento, Calif.; Clive and Ross of Wichita,, Faye of Van Nuys, Calif. Surviving sisters are Mrs. Lottie Norris and Mrs. Blanche Norris of Lees Surnmitt, Mo.; Mrs. Pearl Welch, Mrs. Myrtle Grounds, Mrs. Clara Howard of Independence, Mo.; Mrs. Lucy Harris of Kansas City.

Before coming to Butler county in 1900, the Pattersons lived in Kansas City, Kansas. She was a member of the Baptist church.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

Last Updated:  Monday, November 07, 2005 01:47:32

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