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Funeral rites were conducted Wednesday afternoon from the Nazarene church in Harmon for Frederick L. Dymond, 77 year old pioneer citizen of the Harmon community who died at the home in Harmon, Tuesday, December 28th, following an illness of several months.
Frederick Lincoln Dymond, was born at Clyde, Ohio, February 25th, 1886, he grew to manhood in Ohio, and at the age of Twenty-two years moved to Kansas, where he met and was married to Miss Cora Bell Street on October 30th, 1898 at Sterling, Kansas. To this union were born five children: Robert Dymond, Montrose, Colorado; Mrs. Dorothy new, Harmon; Mrs. Lillian Jenlink, Jet, Mrs. Nellie Denton, Arnett, Oklahoma and Mrs. Etta McCracken, Montrose, Colorado. Besides the wife and mother of the home, the children mentioned above; he is survived by a number of grand-children, a host of other relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Dymond and their family moved to this section in 1902, were they located on the homestead, northeast of Harmon in Woodward county.
Mr. Dymond was liked and respected by everyone. A good husband, a loving father, a loyal friend and neighbor his death brings sorrow to the entire Harmon community.
Funeral services were conducted by Bro. Kreiger of Harmon and interment made in the Harmon cemetery
Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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