YOUNGBLOOD CEMETERY OBITUARIES



CRAWFORD, MARGARET (STORY)

Jacksonville Daily Journal, July 17, 1915

MRS. MARGARET CRAWFORD DIES AT HOME NEAR NORTONVILLE

Had Been Ill For Over A Year - Was Brother of C. A. Story of This City - Funeral Sunday at 10 A.M.

Mrs. Margaret Crawford died Thursday night at her home one-half miles south of Nortonville. She had been ill with tuberculosis a year and four months. She had been making her home with her father, William Story.

Her maiden name was Margaret Story and she was 48 years of age. She married Newton C. Crawford 34 years ago who died two years after their marriage. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Geo. Vedder of Jacksonville, her father, William Story, three sisters, Mrs. T. J. Wilson, Mrs. Robert Fanning, Murrayville, and Mrs. James Gunn of Conway Springs, Kansas and four brothers, C. A. Story of this city, E. T. and Harvey of Nortonville and A. T. Story of Murrayville.

Funeral services will be conducted at ten o'clock Sunday morning from the Youngblood church in charge of Rev. Newton Antrobus of Manchester and Rev. Roy Marsh. Burial will be made in the Youngblood Cemetery.


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