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Obituary for Jennie Euretta Price Walmsley
20 March, 1876 - 30 April, 1938
From The Caldwell News-Tribune,
dated Monday, 2 April, 1938
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Mrs. Walmsley
Dies at Parma

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    Mrs. Jennie E. Walmsley of Parma died at her home Saturday.  Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Parma community church with Dr. James Millar of the College of Idaho officiating.  Burial will be in the Parma cemetery.  Friends may view the body at the Peckham establishment at Parma Tuesday morning between 9:30 and 10:30.
     Surviving Mrs. Walmsley, who was born 62 years ago, are;  her husband, Fred J.;  four children, Miss L. Myrtle Walmsley of Parma, Dr. H. J. Walmsley of Nampa, Wilfred W. Walmsley of Boise and Mrs. Mary E. Nichol of Nampa;  seven sisters, Mrs. Allice Blakeman of Jessup, Ia., Mrs. Ellen Hubman of Boulder, Colo., Mrs. Nellie Lucas of Delta, Colo., Mrs. Blanche Dutton of Caldwell, Mrs. Lois Goddard of Manville, Ia., Mrs. Lawrence Andrews of Parma and Mrs. Doris Brown of Deer Lake, Wash.;  three brothers, Lester A. Price of Algana, Wash., Chas. A. Price of Darling, D. D. and Milo E. Price of Parma, and five grandchildren.
     Mrs. Walmsley has been a resident of Parma since 1909.  She came here from Longmont, Colo.