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SWANN, Frances Marion Seventy-five years old, of 1832 Twelfth avenue, who died Thursday morning at the home of his son, Homer Swann, 1916 Eleventh avenue, will be buried this afternoon with funeral services from the residence at 2:30 o'clock.  Burial will take place at Oaklawn cemetery.  Mr. Swann died from a heart attack believed to have been caused by the heat.  He was retired veteran employe of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad and was a member of the Knights Templar, the Shrine, the Junior Order United American Mechanics, the Huntington branch of the Blacksmith's Union, and the Baptist Temple.  He is survived by the widow, six sons, Benjamin, Eugene, Claude, Homer, Moss and Leslie Swann, two daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Gilmore and Mrs. John Cromwell, of Huntington; four sister, Mrs. James Poteet, of Huntington, Mrs. Charlotte Workman, of Barboursville, Mrs. Mont Baumgardner, of Pea Ridge, and Mrs. Nettie Woodyard, of Marlinton; two step sons, Craven A. Baumgardner and John Baumgardner, and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Elza Willis. Lloyd Gilmore, a son-in-law, and Craven A. Baumgardner are employes of the Huntington Publishing Co. -The Herald-Dispatch, Saturday Morning, June 1, 1929

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