Mrs. James Sizemore
Died Wed., at Home of Daughter, in F.R.
Mrs. James Sizemore, nee Mary Snyder, was horn May 10th, 1852, near Farmington, Missouri and departed this life at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Armbruster of Flat River, Missouri, Wednesday, afternoon at 4 o'c1ock.
The deceased had been confined to the home of her daughter for the past month due to complications and old age.
Mrs. Sizemore resided in Caledonia, Mo., during her early childhood. She was united in marriage in the year 1870 to James Sizemore; to this union nine children were born, six girls, four died in infancy and Mrs. West also deceased, formerly of Bonne Terre. Three boys, two died in infancy, one departing this life at the age of seventeen years. Mrs. Sizemore spent practically all of her life in Leadwood and Elvins, Missouri. Her husband preceded her in death approximately six-teen years ago, having passed to rest in September, 1914. For the past fifteen years Mrs. Sizemore had made her home with Mrs. W.H. Armbruster of Flat River and Mrs. George West, deceased, of this city.
She leaves to mourn their great loss one daughter, Mrs. W. H. Armbruster of Flat Riyer, two sisters, Mrs. A.M. Johnston of Quaker, Mo., and Mrs, Tillie Forgey of Hammond, Ind., one half-sister, Mrs. Betty Kernell of St. Louis, a host of relatives and friends
The funeral services were conducted at the First Lutheran ~~~
Jan 30 1930