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THE WESTERN STAR, 10 December 1909

Mrs. Lillie Burrill, wife of Rev. A. Burrill, formerly of Wilmore, this county, died on November 18, 1909, at Varner, Kingman co., Kansas. She was well known in the eastern part of this county and was highly esteemed by all. She had ben sick for quite a while. Her age was 39 years, 10 months and 9 days. Her native state was Tennessee, having been born in Newport, that state, on January 9, 1870. Mrs. Burrill was a Royal Neighbor, her membership being in Coldwater camp. The Royal
Neighbors here furnished flowers and the Neighbors of Kingman had charge of the funeral. We clip the following from the Turon Press:

Rev. A. Burrill, pastor of the United Brethren church at this place was called to Varner last Thursday by a message announcing the death of his wife, who had been confined to her bed at the home of her parents there with a lingering illness.

The funeral services were held Saturday after which burial was made in the Kingman cemetery.

Rev. Burrill and his two little motherless daughters are extended the sincere sympathies of all our people.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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