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MOLLIE M BOSWELL PATE


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MOLLIE M BOSWELL PATE

    MOLLIE M BOSWELL PATE
    Born:Sept 4, 1892
    Died:Oct 21, 1990

    MOLLIE M BOSWELL PATE
    Oct 24, 1990
    Southeast Missourian

    Mollie M Pate Cape-Girardeau-Funeral service for Mrs. Mollie M Pate of Cape Girardeau, Formerly of Scott City, will be held at 11 am Thursday at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City. The Rev. Jimmie Burroughs will officiate, with burial in Lightner Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 am Thursday. Mrs. Pate , 98 years old, died Sunday Oct 21, 1990 at Cape LaCroix .

    She was born Sept 4, 1892 at Holcomb, daughter of Mr & Mrs. Napoleon B Boswell.

    She married Frank Harrison White in 1912, George Cruse in 1920 and Rome Pate in 1938. Pate died May 9, 1980.

    Mrs. Pate was a member of Illmo Baptist Church.

    Survivors include a son, Boswell White of Pamona, Calif. Two grandchildren, Sharon White of Atlanta, GA, and Boswell Scott of Bartlett, TN and Five great-grandchildren.

    She was preceded in death by a daughter, Frances Grayson, three sisters & four brothers.
Mollie M Boswell

Dau of Napoleon Boswell & Sarah Elizabeth Dye
Born in Holcomb Mo
Taken at Lightner Cemetery
She 1st married Frank White in Pemiscott Co and had two children
Francis White and Boswell White.
2nd She married George Cruse and lived in Butler Co Mo Ashhill ca 1930
He died and later she married 3rd to
Rome Pate, they later Divorced, but she retained the Pate name
.
NOTE:
Submitted by Sherri Sontag Poster-#-1-

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