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THE LARNED CHRONOSCOPE, 18 July 1907
Obituary of CORA ANNA (BOLEY) (MAPHIS) NORMAN
Death of Mrs. Frank Norman

Mrs. Frank Norman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Boley, of this city, died at her home last Saturday afternoon, July 13th. Her husband and three children survive her.

Cora Anna Boley was born in Harrison county, Indiana, Jan. 1, 1871. Coming to Kansas with her parents and residing with them up until the time of her marriage in 1895 to S. A. Maphis who died about two years ago.

Three children, all of whom are living, were born to them. She was married to F. P. Norman of this city, November 25, 1906.

Mrs. Norman united with the Methodist church in 1888 and has been one of its most earnest, sympathetic workers ever since. Her life was pure and simple, and while modest and retiring in its purposes, she possessed one of those quiet, reposeful natures which are missed most when taken from us.

Services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, Rev. Barton officiating, after which the remains were taken to the cemetery for interment.

Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf


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