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THE LARNED EAGLE-OPTIC, 13 January 1899
Obituary of JAMES DEATON
Death of Mr. James Deaton

James Deaton, an old soldier and an old resident of Pawnee county, died at his home in this city last Saturday afternoon, aged seventy-two years, two months and twenty-one days, after a protracted sickness of a complication of diseases. The deceased was born in Morgan county, Illinois, October 16th, 1826. He leaves no near relatives except three grand-children. The funeral services were held at the Grand Army hall in this city Sunday afternoon under the auspices of Larned Lodge No. 167, A.F. & A.M., and B. F. Larned Post, G.A.R., Rev F. G. Fonken preaching the sermon. The remains were buried in the Larned cemetery.
Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf


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