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213. James Ervin (or Irvin) HOLLOWAY

James was a farmer and also did carpentry work. As a boy of 15 he wored as a cowboy, herding Texas cattle on Kansas grass to fatten them before they were sold. He died from a stroke brought on by a broken hip received from falling off a kitchen charir. The moral of this mus be, "Don't break your sitter". He was a great old man, generous and quiet spoken, friendly and so had very few enemies.
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Dollie Ellen CREWSE

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Dollie was a small woman but with lots of "fire". She died of old age but suffered very badly from artherities.