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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 10 May 1948
Obituary of TURRAH MAY NEPTUNE
MRS. SCOTT NEPTUNE

Turrah May Neptune, 60, of Humboldt, died today at 8:30 am. She was a resident of Chanute for 50 years before moving to Humboldt four years ago.

She was born January 28, 1888 at Bartlett, Kas. She was the wife of Scott Neptune, who survives.

Other survivors are three sons, Harold of Chanute, and Lloyd and Norman of Humboldt; three daughters, Mrs. Everett Irwin, rural Chanute, Mrs. Frederick Kinsey, Chanute, and Mrs. Melvin Brooks, Humboldt; a sister, Mrs. Alvin Strack, Waverly, and 12 grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements, in charge of Wilson-Johnson mortuary, are incomplete.
Transcribed and Contributed by Virginia Perry


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