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The Sollars Funeral

Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Sollars, who died early Tuesday morning at her home, were held at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Roberts-Blue chapel. Rev. E. S. Roberts, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church, of which Mrs. Sollars was a member, conducted the service. Mrs. Glen Blue, E. J. Roberts sang.

Interment was in Memorial Lawn cemetery. Pallbearers were Albert Thomas, Percy Jones, J. J. Donnellan, James St. Clair, Ernest Sloan and E. J. Roberts.

Mrs. Sollars, whose maiden name was Nancy Dollison, was born November 1, 1854, in Buchanan county, MO. She was married in 1878 to John A. Sollars. Seven children were born,
five of whom survive. Children surviving are three sons, Louis Sollars, of St. Louis, MO., David Sollars, of Florence, and John E. Sollars, of Wichita, and two daughters, Mrs. Revia M. Hager, of Dunlap, and Miss Sadie Sollars, of Emporia.

Transcribed and Contributed by Kenneth Thomas

Last Updated:  Friday, April 05, 2002 18:03:20

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