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THE WESTERN STAR, 25 November 1910
Obituary of LILLIE MAY (MOORE) LOGAN
Death of Mrs. Logan of Protection.

Lillie May Moore was born in Pike-co., Ohio, September 2, 1873, and died in Protection, Kans., November 19, 1910, aged 37 years, 2 months and 17
days. She was united in marriage with Chas. E. Logan September 7, 1890, at Protection, Kans. To this union four daughters were born - Eva May, aged 19; Viva Pearl, aged 17; Margrett Ann, aged 15, and Nellie Belle, aged 10. These four children and their father were present at the death bed. Mrs. Logan was the third child of Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, who were among the pioneer settlers of Comanche-co. Of this family, her mother, Mrs. Belle Moore; three brothers, Charles W., Homer E. and Frank Moore, of Protection, and two sisters, Mrs. Will Richardson of Willard, Okla., and Mrs. H. E. Ross of St. John, Kans., survive her. Mrs. Logan's sickness was of long duration, having confined to her bed for twelve weeks, during which time she suffered greatly; but she at all times displayed great patience and fortitude. The Death Angel relieved her of
her long suffering about 2:20 a.m. on November 19. The deceased was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and was known to all as a true, gentle christian and a loving wife and mother. The funeral
services were held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, November 20, and were conducted by Rev. Wm. C. Clapper, the Methodist minister at Protection. Interment was made in the Protection cemetery.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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