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THE WESTERN STAR, 2 November 1889
Obituary of FRANK M. BOYER
The sad intelligence of the death of Frank M. Boyer, at Muncie, Indiana, was received last week in this city. He died of typhoid fever, after a brief illness, on the 24th of October. Mr. Boyer was a resident of this city during the years of '86 and '87, and was during the 1886 a partner of C. P. Kern in the hardware business, but in the spring of 1887 he returned to his old home at Muncie, Indiana. He was married during his residence here on August 24th 1886, to Miss Mary F. Patterson. His wife survives him. She had just recovered from a spell of typhoid fever when Mr. Boyer was taken sick with the same malady. The deceased is a cousin of Mrs. C. P. Kern of this city.

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