Esther N. Bushnell

Used with permission from photograher Milan J. Bosch.
Used with permission from photograher Milan J. Bosch.

(1884 - January 16, 1975)


The Lusk Herald
January 23, 1975


Mrs. Bushnell of Alliance Dies

Mrs. Charles T. (Esther N.) Bushnell died at her home in Alliance, Nebr., January 16 at the age of 91.

The Bushnells had a grocery business first in Hemingford, Nebr. and then at Van Tassell until about 1918. They then moved to Keeline where they had a general merchandise store for a number of years and Mr. Bushnell was the postmaster. He died in 1937.

Mrs. Bushnell is survived by a son Bruce and two daughters, Jeanette Marshall and Charlene Arnn. A son Darrell died a year ago and another son Bobby died many years ago.

Funeral service was held Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church in Alliance.

This gravestone photo was found on nebraskagravestones.org.





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