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THE CLYDE REPUBLICAN, 22 February 1912
Obituary of ELIZABETH WALKER
Elizabeth Walker was born in Pickaway Co. Ohio, Aug 1, 1826.

In the year of 1842 she was united in marriage to Franklin Patterson in Logan Co. IL. To this union thirteen children were born, of whom three boys and four girls are left to 
mourn her departure. In the year of 1878 they moved to Kansas taking a homestead in Graham Co. Five years later they moved to this vicinity, occupied the farm property known as the Slayton farm. In the fall of 1893 they moved to Clyde. The following Feb. the father was called away and the mother has since made her home with her son Hal of Salina at whose home she died Tuesday Feb 20. She has been a member of the Christian church for forty-four years and her life has been one of exemplary habits and her thoughts were all for her God, family and friends.

Those who are lest to mourn today are Mrs. Jack Huffman, Clyde; Mrs. Buoy, Ames; 
Mrs. Florence Shoup, Hill City; Mrs. Mary Ann Shoup, IL; Hal Patterson, Salina; Ed 
Patterson, Kansas City; C.G. Patterson, Colorado; forty grand children, fifty-seven great-grandchildren, two brothers located in Illinois, one sister in Missouri, and a host of other relatives and friends.

She had eight brothers and a brother-in-law in the Civil War.
Transcribed and Contributed by Dan Meckenstock


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