Brownfield, Ina M. Lee – Obituary

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, Sep. 16, for Ina Brownfield, 74, in the Elliott Chapel with burial in the Forest Park Cemetery. Mrs. Brownfield, the widow of the late Dr. H. W. Brownfield, was well known throughout the county, as she served Harper County as register of deed for 22 years. Mrs. Brownfield, born



Lee, Arda Maria Fisher – Obituary

Mrs. M. D. Lee, a resident of this city since 1890, died last Thursday night [April 6, 1922] at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Brownfield, 315 North Jennings. Funeral services were held at the home Sunday afternoon, the sermon, being preached by Rev. H. W. Cummings, pastor of the Methodist Church, of



Fisher, Maria Ayers – Obituary

Grandma Fisher [wife of James R. Fisher] died at her home [November 5, 1898] in this city last Saturday morning at 7 o’clock,, at the advanced age of 81 years. Mrs. Fisher was born in New York in 1817; and at an early age moved to Switzerland County, Indiana. In 1877 she moved to Harper



Fisher, James R. – Obituary

James R. Fisher died Thursday morning, March 1, 1894, at 4:30 o’clock, at the home of his son three miles west of Anthony. The deceased was one of our oldest and most highly respected citizens and his death is the result of a prolonged and painful sickness, having been confined to the house for more



Fisher, Frances Rebecca – Obituary

Died: Miss Frances Rebecca Fisher, Monday, May 23, 1910, at the home of her sister and only near relative, Mrs. M. D. Lee, of troubles incident to old age. Born in Allensville, Ind., Sept. 13, 1845, Miss Fisher came to Harper County twenty two years ago. She taught school in the county for thirteen years,



Lee, Philip George Washington – Obituary

Services were held at the Parsons Funeral Home, Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m., July 31, 1948 for Philip G. Lee, who passed away at Norton, Kansas, July 29, after a lingering illness of 13 weeks. Philip G. Lee was born June 25, 1899 in Anthony, and died July 29, 1948 at the age of 50



Biography of Walter J. Eilerts, M. D.

Walter J. Eilerts, M. D., in active practice at El Dorado and associated with Dr. F. E. Dillenbeck, one of the oldest and best known physicians in that part of the state, is a native of Kansas and his people were pioneers in Harvey County. Doctor Eilerts was born at Annelly in Harvey County, Kansas,



Biography of Edward J. Fleming

Edward J. Fleming is one of the men who apparently realized early in life that the only help for them in attaining success is through their individual efforts. About twenty years ago Mr. Fleming was clerk in a store at Arkansas City. Not long afterwards, and before he reached his majority, he was running a



Biography of Albert A. Hilliard

Albert A. Hilliard is a native of Harper County, son of the oldest living pioneer around Attica, and had made his mature years count chiefly in the field of banking, in which he had a broad experience. He is now cashier of the First National Bank of Attica. Mr. Hilliard was born in Harper County



Biography of Clarence W. Winbigler, M. D.

Clarence W. Winbigler, M. D. It was nearly thirty-five years ago that Doctor Winbigler began practice at Harper, Kansas. That county was then well out toward the frontier, and with one other physician of Harper he shared the honors of pioneer practice. In early years Doctor Winbigler practiced when there were no telephones, when there



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