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Death of George Hullet

George Hullet was born in Maconpin, County, Illinois on September 20, 1866. He died at his home in Larned, Tuesday. When about twelve years of age, his family removed to Larned and his life has been spent here. In early manhood he joined the Larned Baptist church and has remained a faithful member. Mr. Hullet was a carpenter by trade and was respected in his business. On May 7, 1927, he married Daisy Milton.

Mr. Hullet was one of eight brothers and sisters. Two brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. Beside his widow and two step children, Mr. Hullet is survived by three brothers, James, of Larned, Claud, of Kansas City, and Charles, of Rush Center.

Funeral services were held this morning at the Baptist church conducted by Rev. J. S. Coppoc. The Knights of Pythias, comrades of Mr. Hullet held a brief service at the church and a longer service at the grave side. Interment was in the Larned cemetery.

Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf

Last Updated:  Friday, November 25, 2005 00:02:17

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