The Hutchinson, Kansas, News-Herald, Wednesday, April 5, 1944
(Note: Emma Blanche (Buchanan) Ingram)
Mrs. Emma B. Ingram, former resident of south Hutchinson, died in St. Anthony’s hospital at Dodge City Saturday night. Funeral will be in Kinsley Christian church at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday and burial will be in Harmony cemetery eight miles southeast of Hutchinson.
Mrs. Ingram was 80 years old. She lived in South Hutchinson many years but the last several years had lived in Wichita. Her husband died in 1938.
Survivors are three sons, Asa B. Ingram of Kinsley, W. D. Ingram of Rosalia and Charles M. Ingram of Wichita; four daughters, Mrs. Fred Hall of Haviland, Mrs. Frank Redinger of Dodge City, Mrs. Earl Fuller of Seffner, Fla., and Mrs. John Classen of Wichita; 20 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren.
Note: Emma is buried next to her husband in Fairview Cemetery, Elmer, KS, which is about 8 miles southeat of Hutchinson. Dunno where Harmony came from. – Darren Green
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