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JOPLIN NEWS HERALD, 13 April 1908
Obituary of W. W. GREENLEE
Word was brought to this city this morning of the death of W. W. Greenlee, 70 years old, yesterday at Oswego, Kansas. Mr. Greenlee is the father-in-law of Mrs. Walt Holmes of North Hall Street and one of Webb City's pioneer citizens. The body will be brought to this city tonight and the funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at the M. E. church. Mr. Greenlee was a charter member of the local Masonic lodge and the funeral will be under the auspices of the Masons.

[William was Mrs. Walt Holmes father, not father-in-law.]
Transcribed and Contributed by Kathy Sidenstricker


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