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John H. Carr
© Blackwell Journal Tribune
February 25, 1942
Submitted by: Darrell Sharp

John H. Carr, 70, Dies Following Long Illness
John H. Carr, 70, resident of Blackwell since 1897, died at this home, 409 East McKinley, at 10:49 a.m. Wednesday, following a long period of ill health.
Mr. Carr formally was engaged in the shoe repair business and was owner of an electric-operated shop at one time.
He was born at Baxter Springs, Kans., February 7, 1872 and moved here from Perkins, Okla.
He was a member of the Christian Church and the I.O.O.F. Lodge.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bettie E. Carr, who is register of Vital statistics for Blackwell; one daughter, Mrs. Inez Bell of Clayton, New Mexico, one son Henry, who lives in Florida, two sisters, Mrs. Mabel Henry of Nortonville, Kans., and Mrs. Ella Gillette of Kansas City, Mo. And two brothers, Will of Los Angeles and Jim, who live in New Mexico.
Roberts Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

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