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THE CLYDE REPUBLICAN, 11 April 1912
Obituary of MRS. THEODORE BARGY
Mrs. Theodore Bargy passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. N Meinard, in this city Tuesday afternoon at 5:20 PM. She lived to see the ripe old age of 98 years, 5 months, and 20 days, and until death retained all her faculties with the exception of her eyesight, which left her since her nintieth birthday. She was married twice and was the mother of twelve children.

Mrs Bargy was born at St Marys Canada in 1813 and came to Illinois where she was first married to Oliver LeClair to which union were born six children, four sons and two 
daughters. Mr. LeClair died after nine years of wedded life, and after three years a widow she was married to Mr. Bargy who departed this life seventeen years ago. This union was also blessed by six children -- five girls and one boy. Mrs. Bargy came to Kansas thirty years ago and located near St Joe and the past nine years made her home with Mrs. Meinard.

The funeral service was held this morning, April 11, 1912 at 10:oo Am from the St Joe 
Catholic church and interment in the St Joe Cemetery.
Transcribed and Contributed by Dan Meckenstock


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