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© The Hennessey Clipper
Hennessey, Kingfisher Co. OK
May 15, 1913
Submitted by: Lois Burdick Grand Father

Madison L. Goodpasture area resident of this section for twelve years died at his home one-half miles North of Lacey last Wednesday evening. His death resulted from blood-poisoning after but five days illness. He leaves a wife and nine children and to them his death is indeed a loss. The funeral services were held at Harmony Church at three O'clock Thursday afternoon. The Rev. O. G. Brown and Rev. Vermillion, officiating. Interment was made in Harmony Cemetery . The funeral was attended by friends and neighbors.
From Family information
He was the son of Hiram Jefferson and Celia Murphy Goodpasture and was born near Jacksonville, Morgan Co. IL. He married Amanda Susanne Josephine Canter on Jan. 3, 1894 in Vandalia, MO. His wife , nine children and one unborn daughter survived him.

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