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Private William Moore
Feb 15, 1839 - Jan 27, 1906
Submitted by: cathysummerlin & Kyle Condon

William Moore died at his home in this city last Saturday after a lingering illness. Uncle Billie has been ailing for the past six months, but only in the last month has his case been considered hopeless. The funeral was held
Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. Woodward, of that church the G.A.R. and the Odd Fellows attended the funeral to pay the last respects to their departed brother, and many of our towns people assisted in the service to this memory. The building was wholly inadequate and quite a number stood through the service, both inside and outside the church. Uncle Billie was as well known as any man in the city and was highly regarded for his probity, fidelity and unflinching honesty.
He was city treasurer for several terms and was as good a one as we have ever had.
The family have the sympathy of many friends in their great loss.
Added Jan 21, 2013 by: Kyle CondonWm. Moore died at his residence in Blackwell, on Jan. 27 aged about 67 years. He was born in Tyrone County, Ireland, when he moved at various times to Philadelphia, PA. Then to Hocking County, Ohio, to Jackson County, Kansas, to Elk County, Kansas finally coming to Blackwell at the opening of the Cherokee Strip. He was married Feb. 25, 1881, to Sarah Rose at Holton, KS and to them were six children born, one son and five daughters, five of whom with their mother survive to morn the loss of a devoted husband and father. He served in the Union army in the late civil war in Company E, 155th regiment of Ohio, and was discharged Aug. 27, 1864 at Camp Denison, Ohio. He was a member of the I.O.O.F. and the G.A.R. and was city treasurer of Blackwell county for several terms. He was well and favorably known and his death is greatly regretted. The funeral will occur tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, from the M.E. Church, interment in the Odd fellows Cemetery.

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