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Date Posted: 10:48:19 04/26/03 Sat
Author: Barb
Subject: Francisco, Chauncy
In reply to: Sandy Hutchinson 's message, "Lehr, Francisco, Smith, Rawson, Russell Families" on 06:28:56 05/24/02 Fri

There is an obituary now on the Odebolt History Site on Chauncey Francisco. Don't know if he is related or not
<a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.rootsweb.com/~iaohms/obituaries/obituaries.html#Francisco">http://www.rootsweb.com/~iaohms/obituaries/obituaries.html#Francisco</a>

Obituary: Chauncey Francisco
The Chronicle, Vol. XXIV, Thursday, January 12, 1911

Alone and apparently forgotten by his relatives Chauncey Francisco died in his rooms over Smith's feed store, at eight o'clock last Friday morning, following a short illness with pneumonia. Deceased came to Odebolt about thirty years ago and worked for a number of years at his trade; that of a mason. His wife and adopted son lived with him up to about two years ago when he separated from the wife and she is understood to be with relatives in Cameron, Wisconsin. The son joined the army and is now serving in the Philippines. One brother of the deceased lives in California, one in Oklahoma and the whereabouts of the third is unknown. His parents long since passed over the border. The dead man had his friends and at sixty-eight was active up to the time of his death. A short burial service was held from the undertakings rooms of E. Starner Sunday, conducted by Rev. T.S. Cole of the Methodist church; burial was made in the Odebolt cemetery. As none of the relatives came to care for the remains the burial was in charge of friends and the unfortunate fellow's body will doubtless rest where it has been placed.

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  • Re: Lehr, Francisco, Smith, Rawson, Russell Families -- doug smith, 05:41:22 06/28/03 Sat

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