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AUGUSTA GAZETTE, 7 July 1934
Obituary of JAMES OSCAR WARRENDER
James Oscar Warrender
Dies On Wednesday

James Oscar Warrender, aged 59, died in Topeka, July 4. He was born in Mason county., Ill., June 2, 1875. He leave his wife, Mrs. Ella Warrender, one daughter, Sarah and son, James of Augusta. his mother, Mrs. Myra Warrender lives in Rosehill; a sister, Mrs. John Stratford, in Wichita and a brother, Charles Warrender, in Derby.

Mr. Warrender was a member of the Baptist church. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Baptist church with burial in the Elmwood cemetery. The pall bearers will be Frank Wright, Ernie Canfield, Joe Martin, Price Reed, Rick Treeweeke and C. McKnight.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher


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