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Thursday Morning, July 21, 1938

(Note: William Henry Ingram)

W. H. Ingram

Rev. W. H. Ingram, 83, retired Christian church minister, former South Hutchinson resident, died Tuesday night at his home in Wichita, following a paralytic stroke.

The funeral will be at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon at the South Hutchinson Christian church. Interment will be in the Elmer cemetery.

Rev. Ingram lived in South Hutchinson about 20 years ago. He is survived by his widow; three sons, Rev. Asa Ingram, Kinsley; W. D. Ingram, Wichita, and Charles Ingram, who lives in Indiana; four daughters, Mrs. Fred Hall, Pratt; Mrs. Patrick Rediger, Dodge City, Mrs. John Klassen, Raymond and Mrs. Pearl Fuller, who lives in Indiana.

Note: Emma is buried next to her husband in Fairview Cemetery, Elmer, KS, which is about 8 miles southeast of Hutchinson. Dunno where Harmony came from. – Darren Green


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