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Franklin A. Clifford
© Blackwell Morning Tribune
Tues. Nov 5 1935
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan

Nardin Veteran Dies on Monday
Franklin A. Clifford, 90, a Confederate veteran, died at his home in Nardin at 5:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. He had been in failing health for several years.

Funeral services had not been arranged Monday night. He had lived in Nardin for the past 29 years and in the vicinity for several years previously.

Survivors include 5 daughters, Misses Grace and Nannie Clifford of the home; Mrs. Lillian Sill; Darlington, MO.; Mrs. Nettie Bradley of Nardin and Mrs. W. F. Ebert of Dilworth; two brothers, Dr. J. W. Clifford, of Caldwell and J. O. Clifford of Hunnewell; and a sister, Mrs S. Jones of Alexandria, Ind.

The Pishney funeral home in Deer Creek is in charge of arrangements.

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