STREEVAL, Magnolia (Burton)

Date of birth: 19 May 1889 Adair County, Kentucky

Date of death: 24 Sep 1937 Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Franklin Evening Star, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, September 25, 1937

MAGNOLIA STREEVAL DIES AT EDINBURG
Funeral Rites Monday Morning At Residence
Burial in Rest Haven Cemetery
      EDINBURG, Sept. 25 — Mrs. Magnolia Streeval, 
age 49, died Friday afternoon at one o’clock at her home 
on Harrison street.  She had been ill for several weeks. 
 She had been a resident of Edinburg about seven years 
coming here from Jeffersonville.
      Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 9 
o’clock at the home with the Rev. Ray Bozell in charge.  
Burial will be made in Rest Haven Cemetery.
      Mrs. Streeval was born May 19, 1888, in Adair County, 
Kentucky, the daughter of Matthew and Patsy Elizabeth 
Burton.  In 1906 she was united in marriage to David Streeval 
who preceded her in death.
      Surviving are nine children.  They are Homer, Alvin, 
Orval, Curtis, Hester, Mamie and David Streeval, all of 
Edinburg;  Mrs. Lorraine Dukouski and William Burton, 
of Buryn, Ill.; two brothers, Pomp Burton, of Edinburg, 
and Gerah Burton, of Greenwood, and one sister, Mrs. 
Robert Cook, of Edinburg.

Source: Edinburgh Courier, Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana, September 25, 1937

MRS. DAVID STREEVAL PASSED AWAY FRIDAY P.M.
      Magnolia Streeval, age 49, wife of David Streeval, 
passed away Friday afternoon at 1 o’clock at her home 
on south Harrison Street.
      Funeral rites will be held from the Edinburgh M. E. 
Church at 9 o’clock Monday morning with the Rev. Ray 
Bozell in charge.  Interment, Rest Haven Cemetery.
      The deceased was born in Adair County, Kentucky 
May 19, 1888 and was married to David Streeval in 
1906.  Six sons and three daughters were born to this 
union, all of whom survive together with the husband.
      She had been a resident of Edinburgh for the past 
seven years having come here from Jeffersonville.  
She was a member of the Edinburgh M. E. church.
      Surviving are the husband; six sons, William of Buryn, 
Illinois; Homer, Alvin, Orval, Curtis and David of Edinburg; 
three daughters, Mrs. Lorinne Bukouski of Buyrn, Illinois, 
Hesper and Mamie Streeval of Edinburg; two brothers, Pomp 
Burton of Edinburg and Verah Burton of Greenwood; one sister, 
Mrs. Robert Cook of Edinburg. 

Submitted by Mark E. Wirey

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