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Death of David Tomlinson
He Had Been a Resident of Pawnee
County for More Than Forty Years

David Tomlinson, Sr., died at his home two miles north and three west of Garfield, at eight o’clock Tuesday morning, at the age of eighty-one years, five months and seven days.
He was born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, March 20, 1848, of English parents. There he lived until March 12, 1873, when he was married to Sarah Patrick, at Philadelphia. To this union were born eleven children. Six of them were born in Pennsylvania and immigrated with them to a small farm on the trail south of Larned in 1888. He was preceded by the death in infancy of two small children, Clara and Thomas, by George, who died in young manhood, and by his wife in 1921. He is survived by his sons, William Tomlinson, of Herber Springs, Arkansas; Charles Tomlinson, of Garfield; Edwin Tomlinson, of Garfield; Mrs. Ed Kline, of Jetmore; David Tomlinson Jr., of Garfield; Mrs. Fred Mackey, of Garfield; and John Tomlinson, of Kinsley.
Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the Methodist church at Garfield with Rev. W. B. Summers in charge.

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