Clark County

Nellie Mildred Cook Wright Obitu

The Clark County Clipper Ashland, Kansas January 5, 1978 Nellie Mildred Cook Wright February 26, 1886 – December 20, 1977 Nellie Mildred Wright, daughter of William and Sarah Jane Cook, was born February 26, 1886, at Acres, Kansas and departed this life on Tuesday, December 20, 1977 at the Fountain View Villa in Ashland, at the age of 91 years, nine months and 24 days. Nellie grew to womanhood in Clark county and on June 15, 1904 at Ashland, she and Clarence Wright were united in marriage. To this union 14 children were born. The Wrights first home was in …

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Paul Emerson Wright Obituary

The Clark County Clipper Ashland, Kansas January 14, 1993 Paul Emerson Wright November 2, 1927 – January 9, 1993 Paul Emerson Wright, 65, was born November 2, 1927, at Englewood, Kansas, to Clarence and Nellie Mildred (Cook) Wright and on Saturday, January 9, 1993 he suffered an apparent fatal heart attack while feeding his cattle in his pasture southeast of Englewood in Harper County, Oklahoma. He was one of 14 children born to this pioneer couple. He lived all his life in Clark County, Kansas. He attended the Englewood School and graduated from Englewood High School with the Class of …

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Susan Louis Warren Wright Obituary

Clark County Clipper, February 6, 1908   SUSAN LOUIS WARREN WRIGHT(Direct descendant of General Joseph Warren – Revolutionary War Hero)  WRIGHT – Susan Louis Warren was born in Cass county, Michigan, July 24, 1845, and passed from this life February 3, 1908, being at the time of her death 62 years, 7 months and 9 days old.  She was the direct descendant of the revolutionary hero, General Joseph Warren, who was killed at the battle of Bunker Hill.  Susan Warren was united in marriage to Eli B. Wright, at Halvell, Illinois, in 1873.  To this union were born three children, …

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Glen Young Obituary

Clark County Clipper, December 6, 1906   Glen Young.  Little Glen Young, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Young, departed this life Tuesday morning at 9:30, November 27th, 1906 of pneumonia.  Age 6 months and 3 days. All that medical aid and tender nursing could do was done.  Nothing but death could relieve the little sufferer. Another flower has withered,Has perished from the earth;A flower of rarest beauty,Of more than priceless worth –A soul has been transplantedFrom this weary world of woe,To bloom again in Heaven,Where sweetest flowers grow.  Contributed ~Shirley Brier~ October 13, 2005.

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