Obituary – Wichita Beacon, December 6, 1941, page 6

HUNTER -- Mrs. James W. Hunter 69, 1437 South Handley died Friday after an illness of seven weeks. Mrs. Hunter was born in Bloomington, Ill. Mrs. Hunter is survived by her husband and six children, Mrs. Jess Wildhaber, Caldwell, Kas., Mrs. Grace Gibson, Wichita, Clarence Posey, Albuquerque N. M., Mrs. Harry Posey, Wellington, Kas., Mrs. Willa Watts, Wichita and Carl Posey, Wellington, Kas.; four brothers, Johnson Covey, Blackwell, Okla., Harry Covey, Numa Okla., George Covey, Frank Covey and Alice Covey, all of lllinois, 29 grand children and 10 great grandchildren. Mrs. Hunter had lived in Wichita for 15 years, coming here from Caldwell, Kas. Thompson Funeral Home in CaIdwell is in charge.

Obituary – Wichita Eagle, December 7, 1941


Funeral services for Florence Elizabeth Hunter, 1437 Handley, who died early Saturday, will be held at Caldwell Monday. She was the wife of James M. Hunter.
Mrs. Hunter was born at Bloomington, Ill. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jess Willhaber, Caldwell; Grace Gibson, and Mrs. Willis Watts, both of Wichita; three sons, Clarence Posey, Albuquerque, N.M., Harry Posey, and Carl Posey, both of Wellington; one sister, Alice Covey, Bloomington, Ill., four brothers, Johnson Covey, Blackwell, Okla., Harry Covey, Miami, Okla., and George and Frank Covey, Bloomington, Ill., and 29 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

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