Obit: Dunn, Minnie J. Harding (1871 - 1906)



----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 2/15/1906

Mrs. Minnie J. Dunn Dead.

Minnie J., wife of James E. Dunn, died at her home in Aurora, Mo., Feb. 6th, 1906, at 9 a.m. of rheumatism of the nerves after an illness of six weeks.

Deceased was the only daughter of C. D. and P. A. Harding, who hope to meet her in the sweet hereafter. She was born in Loyal, Clark county, Wis., April 19, 1871. At the early age of twelve years she became a member of the M. E. church of Loyal and has remained faithful to that faith until the Lord said, it is enough, come up higher.

She married James E. Dunn, son of J. A. Dunn and wife of the town of Eaton about fourteen years ago. Some four or five years later the family moved to Kansas, then later to Missouri.

She leaves a devoted husband and three children to mourn her loss, Violet aged thirteen, Perry, aged nine and Charles Albert aged five, her two loving brothers, George W. Harding of Cheney, Kans., and Lewis M. Harding, here at home with his aged parents. Truly, she is not lost but only gone on ahead.




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