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THE WESTERN STAR, 8 October 1909
Obituary of LUCINDA MOORE
GRANDMA MOORE DEAD.

Mrs. Lucinda Moore, mother of Alex Moore of this city, died yesterday afternoon at the home of a daughter, Mrs. P. H. Loomis, in Bluff City, Kansas. She had been very feeble for several weeks, having suffered a severe stroke of paralysis on one side. Grandma Moore spent considerable time with her son and family in this city and was well known here. She was one of the noblest of women, a devout Christian, kind to all and patient and cheerful under all circumstances. In every way she was prepared to die, as her faith in her risen Savior never faltered and her life conformed to the teachings of the Master whom she served.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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