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AUGUSTA GAZETTE, 19 February 1941
John L. Treeweeke
Dies Tuesday Night

Older Augusta residents were saddened today when news came from Wichita of the death of a former resident, John L. Treeweeke, 81, last evening at 9:10 o'clock.

Mr. Treeweeke was born January 28, 1860 in Waukegon, Ill., coming to Augusta with his parents in 1870. Here he grew to manhood and married Emma Margaret Skaer who with a son, Richard of Wichita, survive. A brother, Richard A. Treeweek resides here and a sister, Mrs. Ella Melrose at Billings, Okla. A niece, Mrs. Bessie Chapin is an Augusta resident.

Mr. and Mrs. Treeweeke moved to Wichita about 1912 and until 1930, when he was retired, Mr. Treeweeke was a salesman for the International Harvestor company.

Funeral services will be held at the Downing mortaury in Wichita at 10 a.m. Friday. Interment will be made in the Elmwood cemetery here in the Treeweeke family plot.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher

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