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10, 1920, Pg. 1
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Settled in Centerville Township,
County, Forty Years Ago.
Thomas Lloyd of 401 South Steuben
avenue died at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon. Mr. Lloyd, 82 years of age
was a Civil War veteran, and had lived in this county forty years, settling
first in Centerville township and moving to Chanute ten years ago when he
retired from the farm. He is survived by a foster-son, Everett Lloyd, his
wife dying last winter.
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in the Methodist Church at
in the Afternoon.
Funeral services for Thomas Lloyd
will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o’clock from the First Methodist Church,
in charge of its pastor, Dr. B. F. Gaither, and interment will be made in
Elmwood Abbey. The Grand Army of the Republic will officiate at the
Mr. Lloyd was born in Marietta,
O., Feb. 16, 1838. He passed away yesterday at the age of 82 years, 6
months and 24 days. He served in behalf of the Union in the Civil war from
1861-1865 with the Seventh Ohio light artillery. In 1872 Mr. Lloyd moved
to Iowa and to Centerville township this county, in 1879. On March 2, 1885
he united in marriage with Elmyra Simpson of Blue Mound, Kansas. Mrs.
Lloyd died last January.