Elsie May (Threlkeld) Harris

(January 3, 1882 - September 20, 1939)


The Lusk Herald
October 26, 1939


OBITUARY

Elsie May Threlkeild was born at Oskaloosa, Iowa, January 3, 1882, the daughter of John and Maggie Threlkeld. She was married to Paul R. Harris at Albion, Nebraska, June 3, 1903. To this union were born seven children: Loren L., of San Diego, Calif.; Harold B., of Lance Creek, Wyo.; Glen D., of Lance Creek; Layle, who passed away in infancy; Lola M. Bradbury of Jay Em; Pauline Harris of Jay Em and Verla Harris, of Torrington.

Mrs. Harris passed away September 20, 1939, from the affects of a car accident that took place on September 16, 1939, at San Diego, California. She was laid to rest September 22 in the beautiful Greenwood cemetery at San Diego, California.

Survivors are her mother, Mrs. M. E. Threlkeld; her husband, Paul R. Harris; six children; eight grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Earl Woodworth, of Hugo, Colorado.




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