|This webpage was protected by HTMLProtector|
MRS. H. N. LILE ANSWERS LAST ROLL CALL
Addie Dowell was born at Columbus, Indiana, on March 4th, 1851, died at her home near Arnett, on Saturday evening, June 9th. She was married to Henry N. Lile, at Garnett, Kansas, on November 18th, 1880, to this union was born six children, five of whom are living; they are namely--Birt Lile, Mrs. Austin Johnson, Mrs. Chas. Duncanson, Mrs. Grace Constance and Mrs. Ida halliburton, all being present at the funeral.
Mrs. Lile, with her husband came to this country several years ago and settled on a claim southwest of town, where the three younger children, Ruby, Mable, and Birt grew to maturity.
Mrs. Lile has always lived a constant christian life, giving the best of her life to her friends and children, she was a woman of high ideas and left a life of splendid accomplishments. Besides the five children she leaves a husband, two brothers, two hafl-brothers and one half-sister, with a host of friends and other relatives to mourn her loss.
Funeral services were conducted at the Christian church by Rev. M. E. Daivs, of the Methodist church and the mortal remains laid to rest in the Debolt cememtery, on Wednesday, June 13th. The entire community joins in extending its sincere sympathy to the bereaved friends and relatives.
Through the columns of this paper we desire to return our warmest thanks to the citizens of this community for kindness and sympathy extended to us during the sickness of our mother. While our home now has a vacant chair, yet as we reflect upon the many deeds of sympathy and love of the citizens of our town, it gives a silver lining to the dark cloud left by death.
H. N. Lile and Family.
© Copyright 2000-2007 Donna Dreyer and NWOGS/ECHS
The copyright (s) on this page must appear on all
copied and/or printed material.
All rights reserved!
Commercial use of material within this site is prohibited!
This nonprofit research site is an independent affiliate of both the American History and Genealogy Project (AHGP) and the American Local History Network (ALHN), and hosted at no charge by USGenNet, a nonprofit historical and genealogical Safe-Site ServerTM solely supported by tax-deductible contributions. No claim is made to the copyrights of individual submitters, and this site complies fully with USGenNet's Nonprofit Conditions of Use.