Found 3 obits that give a some facts, but nothing about the connection to Joseph Conner.
From Oskaloosa Independent of 22 March 1907
The body of Mrs. Noggle was brought up from Bonner Springs Monday and interred in Oak Ridge cemetery. She died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Wise, at Bonner Springs, of quick consumption. L. B. Noggle and wife were old settlers of Jefferson County and she will be missed by many of her old neighbors.
[Note spelling of "Noggle" as it was in newspaper.]
From Perry Mirror of 18 Sep. 1919, page 1, col. 5
DEATH OF MR. NOGGLE
Louis Benjamin Noggle, age 86 died at his home in Topeka, Tuesday of this week. Mr. Noggle was for many years a resident of Perry vicinity and will be remembered by the older residents.
The body was brought to Perry, Wednesday and funeral services were held at the cemetery, conducted by Rev. Patterson.
From Oskaloosa Independent of 9 Oct. 1886, page 2, col. 4
DIED at L. B. Noggle's residence, on the morning of Oct. 1st at 8:30 o'clock, Joseph A. Conner, in the 56th year of his age. He had been bed-fast the most of the time for two years with cancer of the stomach, but had been able to walk around the house and yard a month previous to his death. He commenced cramping shortly after breakfast and died within two hours. He was born in Indiana and moved from there to Sangamon Co., Ill., and in 1868 removed to Jefferson county Kans., where he resided until his death. He was a quiet peaceable man, and did not seem to have any enemies. He was a member of the M. E. church until he came to Kansas. He will be sadly missed by his many friends and relatives. N
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