Obit:

Paulley, Lucy E. (1857 - 1925)

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PAULLEY PRATT POUTON MEEKS LEACH

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 4/23/1925

 

OBITUARY OF MRS. JOHN PAULLEY


Lucy Ellen Pratt was born in La Crosse Co, Wis., June 1st 1857, the second daughter of George and Margaret Pratt.


She came to Jackson Co., when a young girl and nearly all of her life has been spent in and around Jackson Co.


She was married to John M. Paulley June 12, 1881. To this union three daughters were born, all of whom are living.


Mrs. Paulley united with the Presbyterian Church many years ago.


She was a life member of the W.C.T.U. and also a member of the Royal Neighbor Lodge.


Mrs. Paulley was a kind neighbor, always ready to help any in need in any way an opportunity offered.


She was a kind and loving wife and mother. One who will be sadly missed by all. Mrs. Paulley died of heart failure Easter Sunday morning, April 12, 1925 while on her way to attend the Easter Program.


She leaves to mourn her death her husband and three daughters, Mrs. M. Pouton of Hobart, Ind., Mrs. Earl Meeks of Kaiser, Wis., and Mrs. Ida Leach of Greenwood, and twelve grandchildren, all of whom were in attendance at the funeral.


Also six brothers and three sisters, besides many other relatives and friends.


Funeral services were held from the M.E. Chruch Wednesday at 11:00 A.M. conducted by the Royal Neighbors. Rev. Thompson delivered a very little sermon on Mother. Interment was in the Greenwood Cemetery.

 

 


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