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Death of Florence Belle (Mickle)
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: November 05, 2004 at 17:21:21
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The Chariton Leader, Chariton, Iowa
Thursday, October 25, 1906

MRS. FLORENCE BELLE WILLOUGHBY was born in Morgantown, West Virginia, Sept.
13, 1859, and died at her home in Lincoln Township, Oct. 17, 1906, after a
lingering illness of five months. Funeral services were held in the M.E.
Church, Chariton, conducted by Rev. N. Evans, last Friday, after which
interment was made in the Chariton Cemetery.

She was married to HENDERSON WILLOUGHBY, Oct. 27, 1874, who with six
children survive her; HARRY and MARTIN, of Chariton; LULU CASEBOLT, of
Russell, THEO, GLENN and RUTH, who reside at home. Another daughter, NELLIE
died in 1888. Three brothers and two sisters also survive her. W.T.
MICKLE, of Pleasantville, Iowa; J.M. MICKLE, of Colorado Springs; ALONZO
MICKLE, of Chariton; MRS. F.M. SMITH, Crawfordsville, IA.; and MRS. L.L.
MOOREHOUSE, of Parker, S. Dakota. Her mother, MRS. MARY A. MICKLE, resides
in Chariton.

She was a faithful member of the M.E. Church for twenty years and was loved
and respected by a large circle of friends who deeply sympathize with the
bereaved family in their hour of trial.
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CARD OF THANKS

Henderson Willoughby and family take this method to thank the neighbors and
friends who so generously assisted them in the care of the wife and mother
of the home during her long illness, and for their acts of kindness and
condolence in her passing away. It is these trials that test the human ties
and it is a consolation to know that sympathy is extended by others.

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Copied by Nancee(McMurtrey)Seifert
November 5, 2004
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