Annie Purcell

Dear Editor:
I have moved around so much and lost a lot of papers. In them was the piece in the paper where my Grannie died. I would like to have a copy for my children……

Annie Purcell
Died in Sept. of 1970
Funeral was at the Church of Chirst

I thank you for helping me.

Betty Bell

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