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John L. Boggs, a life long res- ident'of this vicinity, died at his late home across the river rather unexpectedly Saturday morning. November 7, aged 77 years and 7 months. He was a son of Ed¬ ward and Mary_Netcher Boggs, He was a farmer andTTved in his late home 20 years. His wife died about four years ago. He is sur¬ vived only by one sister, Mrs. I Elizabeth.Wolton of Toledo, who lis in feeble health. One brother I and two sisters preceded him in ; death. Last rites were held Mon- j day afternoon at tbe*bome, with Rev. Scheufler officiating, and in- j ferment was in Onion cemetery.
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