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Re: Henry, Bettes, Roberts
Posted by: Rebecca Garcia (ID *****1253) Date: June 28, 2004 at 23:14:21
In Reply to: Henry, Bettes, Roberts by HENRY of 728

Henry, I know your post is old but I thought I would reply anyway. "Betts" is not a family I research but I had this obit because of the connection to Mary DHUME Blue. Good luck, Rebecca

Obituary Mrs. Martha Betts (nee Blue) The Madison Press, February 9, 1971.
Mrs. Martha Betts, 88, of 158 E. First st, London, died Sunday afternoon in Madison County Hospital.
She was the widow of Edward Betts, and was a member of the former Union Chapel Methodist Church of Yatesville.
She was born near Yatesville Dec. 29, 1882, a daughter of Clinton and Mary (Dhume) Blue.
Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Jesse (Belva) Wissler and nephew Raymond Wissler, both of Sedalia.
Friends may call at the RADER FUNERAL HOME, London, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesday where services will be held Wednesday at 1 p. m. Rev. Virgil Hamilton will officiate and burial will be in Kirkwood Cemetery.

Submitted by Steve Slattery and Eileen Slattery
Obituary Mrs. Martha Betts (nee Blue) The Madison Press, February 9, 1971.




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