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Obituary for Fern Marie Clampitt Sevy
26 September, 1913 - 30 April, 1935
From The Caldwell News-Tribune,
dated Saturday, 4 May, 1935
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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   WILDER - (Special) - Funeral services for Mrs. Noah G. Sevy, 21, of Fargo, were held on Wednesday afternoon at the Case funeral home in Caldwell.  The service was in charge of George White of Silver Creek, a "Follower of Christ."  Mr. and Mrs. Vance White, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worthington and Alvin Duncan sang.  Interment was in the Knowlton Height cemetery.
   Fern M. Clampitt was born in Stillwater, Okla., on September 26, 1913 and passed away on Tuesday morning, April 20, 1935.  Her death followed four weeks of suffering.
   On October, 1931, whe was married to Noah G. Sevy at King Hill where they lived for a year before coming to this community.  She had been reared in the faith of the Followers of Christ and remained steadfast to the end.
   She is survived by her husband and three children, Ralph, three years old, Donald Lee, two and James Marion, a four-weeks-old infant of the community;  her father and and step mother, Mrs. and Mrs. M. F. Clampitt, four brother, Clifford, Vergil, Cecil and Victor Clampitt, all of King Hill, three stepsisters, Mrs. Edith Hinkle and Hazel Sevy of King Hill and Mrs. Florine Hild of Kuna and four step brothers, U. E. Sevy of Kuna,  Joe Sevy of Fargo, J. G. Sevy of Nampa, and Ross Sevy of King Hill.