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THE TILLER AND TOILER, 13 June 1929
Obituary of ASA RAY BURCH
Death of Asa Ray Burch

Asa Ray Burch, forty years, three months and twenty-nine days old, died at the state tuberculosis sanitarium at Norton, Kansas, Tuesday. The Beckwith ambulance was sent to Norton and the body was brought here yesterday. Funeral services will be held here tomorrow, and burial will be in the Larned cemetery. The dead man is a son of Charles Asa Burch, and he is survived by one brother, who is employed at the Larned State hospital, and a brother who resides at Dodge City. He had lived in Larned about a year.
Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf


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