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THE WESTERN STAR, 17 January 1891
Obituary of HUBERT H. SNARE
Hubert H. Snare, eldest son of O. P. Snare, died at his parents residence near Wilmore, last Sunday evening at 9 o'clock. The deceased was aged 19 years, 4 months and 4 days. Huberts' mind had been a blank since he was three years old, though in body he had grown to be a young man, his mind all these years had been that of a babe and he had always been under his mother's tender and watchful care. The burial took place last Tuesday at the home residence, Rev. Francis officiating in the
funeral rites.

DIED - At the home of his parents near Wilmore, Hubert H. Snare breathed his last and passed into the brighter and more beautiful beyond. He was born at Winfield, Kansas, September 7th, 1871, died January 11th, 1891. To his parents, his sister and brothers, we extend our warmest sympathy, and bid them seek comfort in the teachings of Him who died for their son
and in whose arms he is now resting.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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