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THE WESTERN STAR, 28 June 1911
Mrs. C. H. Cranmer
May E. Barker was born in Chase-co., Kans., on February 18, 1883, and died at noon on Sunday, July 23, 1911, at her home in Coldwater, Kans. On April 12, 1901, she was married at Meade, Kans., to C. H. Cranmer. Mr. and Mrs. Cranmer moved to Coldwater less than a year ago. Deceased had been sick only a short time, the immediate cause of her death being blood poisoning. Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church at 10 o'clock a.m on last Monday, Rev. J. S. White of the Baptist church being in charge. By this death three children are left motherless - one
girl, Madge, and two boys, David and Eugene. Deceased was a devoted wife and mother, and her death has brought a peculiar sadness to relatives
and friends. To the bereaved husband and children is extended the sincere sympathy of the entire community.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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