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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 19 February 1941
Obituary of  JOHN M. CHUBBUCK
John M. CHUBBUCK, the son of John and Jeruahia CHUBBUCK, was born at Buffalo, NY, Oct 24, 1851 and departed this life at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edd KLASE of Frederick, OK, Feb 19, 1941, being eighty-nine years, three months and twenty-six days.

Mr. CHUBBUCK left New York when about sixteen years of age and came to Rochelle, IL, where he
resided until 1882. Then he moved to Kansas, settling on a farm in Washington County, where he lived until his appointment as rural mail carrier from Morrowville, KS. This position he held until his retirement on account of age.

From Morrowville he moved to Lincoln, NE, where he resided until after the death of his wife, Dec 7, 1939. Since that time he has lived among his children.

On Aug 29,1877, Mr. CHUBBUCK was united in
marriage to Miss Hannah STEEL, and to this union were born thirteen children, five of which preceded their parents in death.

Mr. CHUBBUCK leaves to mourn his loss, eight children, Mrs. Charity RICE, Mrs. Dora DUER and Dwight CHUBBUCK of Lincoln, NE, Perry M. CHUBBUCK of Rice, Fay E. CHUBBUCK of Arriga, CO, Mrs. Ethel KLASE of Frederick, OK, Mrs. Vina ANDERSON of St. Louis, MO, and Mrs. Eva DARBY of Washington, KS; two brothers, Alvis and Judson; and two sisters, Mrs. Narcissia DAVIE of
south Miami, FL and Mrs. Grace FIELD, of Medford, OR,; twenty-four grandchildren, twenty-six great grandchildren and a host of friends and neighbors.

Shortly before the death of Mrs. CHUBBUCK, Mr. and Mrs. CHUBBUCK celebrated their sixty-second wedding anniversary. Mr. CHUBBUCK, soon after his marriage had joined the Methodist Episcopal church, and he remained a faithful and active member until his death.

Even in his old age, his greatest pleasure was to attend church every Sunday.

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines

Last Updated:  Sunday, December 02, 2001 14:04:26

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