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Ramsey, Carrie Alice.  "Word was received here today of the death of Mrs. Carey Alice Ramsey, 60, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Graham, at Argentine, Kas., about 3:00 this morning.  Mrs. Ramsey was a resident of Newton for the past ten years and at this time was in Argentine visiting her daughter.  She had been in ill health for the past ten years but had been critically ill for only a few days.  Her death was caused by a stroke of paralysis.  Mrs. Ramsey is survived by her husband, Jim Ramsey, who is in Canada; four sons, Silas, who is in Canada with Mr. Ramsey, Orval of St. Joseph, Mo., Walter of Great Bend, and Charles of this city; and one daughter, Mrs. Mary Graham.  Her two brothers, Wayman and Nate Anderson, also are residents of Newton.  It was said this morning that Mrs. Anderson would be brought to Newton and interment made in Greenwood Cemetery.  Duff and Son have charge of the local arrangements, and announcements will be made as soon as details are completed."  (The Evening Kansan-Republican, Saturday January 10, 1931.  Page 2 Column 4.)   "Mrs. Carrie A. Ramsey - Obituary.  Mrs. Carrie A. Ramsey was born in Ohio and came to Kansas with her parents in 1872.  She lived on a farm until her marriage in 1894 to J. W. Ramsey.  To this union seven children were born, all of whom survive their mother.  The three girls are Zola, Mary and Olive, and the three boys are Charles, Walter, Silas, and Orval.  She was making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Haney, at the time of her death.  The critical illness lasted but five days.  Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Duff and Son parlors at 3:30.  Interment was made in the family lot in Greenwood Cemetery.  (The Evening Kansan-Republican, Wednesday January 14,1931.  Page 4 Column 3).  Carrie Ramsey died of a cerebral hemorrhage and is buried in Section 2, Block 7, Lot 8, Space 2.  Her husband is not buried with her.  She is buried next to Orson & Mary O. (Anderson) Grant and several Rickman families.

Rogers, Mrs. Walter.  The funeral services of Mrs. Walter Rogers will be held at the First Baptist Church of Newton, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Rev. A. R. Hardy.  Interment will be at Greenwood.  Mrs. Rogers was taken to the home at 507 East Fifth at noon today, and friends may see her there at any time until noon on Saturday.  (The Newton Kansan, Newton, Kansas.  September 7, 1923.  Page 6)