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Lindley - Jane Barker

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review, Fri, July 3, 1936

Kingman, July 2 -- Mrs. Jane Lindley, 76, who spent her entire life in and around Kingman died at 11:30 o'clock Wed night at the home of her son, Byron Lindley of Kingman after a brief illness with heart trouble. Mrs. Lindley had been in failing health for the last four years. She was born in Parke County near Kingman on April 8, 1860 the daughter of George and Lucinda Cotton Barker and on Dec 10, 1880 became the wife of Irvin Lindley. Her husband preceded her in death ten years ago. Mrs. Lindley was affiliated for many years with the Pleasant Grove church and later with the United Brethren Church of Kingman. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Dora Bonebrake of Joplin, Mo. and Mrs. Mae Harrison of Bloomington, Indianas and one son, Byron at whose home she died, ten grandchildren one great grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Maggie Clark of Chandler, Okla and Mrs. Edie Bannon of Tangier. The funeral will be held from the United Brethren church of Kingman Saturday morning at ten o'clock. Rev. Lucy Sharp will officiate and burial will be made in the Fraternal Cemetery.-- kbz
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