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George Alden SHEPHERD
b.10 DEC 1925 Howard, Elk Co., KS
d.3 OCT 1930 Howard, Elk Co., KS
m. 27 JAN 1925
  1. George Alden SHEPHERD1925 - 1930
  2. Lucile SHEPHERD1927 - 2001
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Name George Alden SHEPHERD
Gender Male
Birth? 10 DEC 1925 Howard, Elk Co., KS
Death[1] 3 OCT 1930 Howard, Elk Co., KS

Howard Courant - October 9, 1930 George Alden, son of Mr.and Mrs. Fred Shepherd, born at Hartford, Kansas, December 10, 1925, passed away at thier home southeast of Howard, Friday morning, October 3, 1930 at 6:35, at the age of four years, nine months, and 24 days. When George was but a babe he was enrolled in the cradle roll of the Elmandaro Presbyterian Sunday School and endeared himself to his Sunday school teachers. Little George leaves to mourn his early departure his little sister and playmate, Lucile, his father and mother; Grandfather and grandmother Shepherd, Grandfather and grandmother Andrews, besides a host of other relatives and friends. "A little one from us is gone; a voice we loved is still; a place is vacant in our home, that never can be filled." Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the home by rev. W. C. Chappell, pastor of the Howard Methodist Church, with interment in Grace Lawn cemetery at Howard.

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  1. OBITUARY - SHEPHERD
    George Alden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shepherd, born at Hartford, Kansas Dec. 10, 1925, passed away at their home southeast of Howard, Friday morning, October 3, 1930 at 6:35, at the age of four years, nine months and 24 days.
    When George was but a babe he was enrolled in the cradle roll of the Elmandaro Presbyterian Sunday School and endeared himself to his Sunday School teachers.
    Little George leaves to mourn his early departure his little sister and playmate, Lucile, his father and mother; Grandfather and Grandmother Shepherd, Grandfather and Grandmother Andrews, besides a host of other relatives and friends.
    "A little one from us is gone; a voice we loved is still; a place is vacant in our home, that never can be filled."
    Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the home by Rev. W. C. Chappell, pastor of the Howard Methodist Church, with interment in Grace Lawn Cemetery, at Howard.