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Jacksonville Daily Journal, 26 Apr 1915

Mrs. John Bunch Dies Suddenly At Murrayville

Preparations Were Being Made to Bring Patient to This City for Operation - Funeral Wednesday.

Mrs. John Bunch passed away suddenly Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at her late home six miles northwest of Murrayville. After an illness of three weeks. Mrs. Bunch had not been a well woman for some time. Several months ago she underwent an operation, having a foot removed. Later she had the limb amputated to the knee. The physicians advised her recently that she would have to have the limb amputated again and her relatives had prepared to bring her to the hospital when she suddenly passed away. She was the daughter of Abithia Gunn and was born near Murrayville, October, 1856. She married John Bunch and they were the parents of four children, Bernard, Elmer, Mrs. Fred Lawson and Mrs. Charles Sexton. She also leaves to brothers Bernard of Idaho, and John of California, a half brother, Stewart Gunn, near this city and a sister, Mrs. Ella Kile of Murrayville. She also leaves her aged father.

The funeral will be conducted from the West Union Baptist church of which the deceased was a member, Wednesday morning.

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