Bronson Pilot Newspaper
20 Mar 1902


The following material was extracted by Ronda Berry berrydan@juno.com from microfilm supplied by the Kansas Historical Society Library. There were many mentions of visiting friends, or business trips I omitted, as I was searching for genealogical connections.

BRONSON PILOT NEWSPAPER

Published Weekly in Bronson, Bourbon County, Kansas

Extracted by Ronda Berry from microfilm (#B113) supplied by the Kansas Historical Society Library. There were many mentions of visiting friends, or business trips I omitted, as I was searching for genealogical connections.

March 20, 1902 (Thursday)

EVE: Mr. Mark Boulware died at the home of his son, on Saturday March 15th, of pneumonia. He was sick only a few days and his death was quite a shock to his many friends. He had lived in his community for a number of years. He was buried Monday by the Masons to which lodge he had belonged to for more than forty years. He leaves one son, and three daughters to mourn his loss. The remains were laid to rest beside his wife in the Boulware Cemetery. The relatives have the sympathy of the neighborhood.



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Columbus, KS

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