Idaho County Free Press

Thursday, October 24, 1940

THOMAS O'KELLEY Summoned By Death

  Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Thomas L. O'Kelley from the Ailor Mortuary with Rev. Jasper C. Havens of the Christian Church officiating. Interment was in Prairie View Cemetery. Mr. O'Kelley died in General Hospital here October 18.

  Thomas O'Kelley was born July 26, 1859 in Everton, Missouri where he grew to manhood. He was united in marriage to Mary Greenfield on March 7, 1889. To this union were born three daughters and one son-Mrs. Willie Deay and Helen O'Kelley of Grangeville and Fred O'Kelley of San Francisco, Ca. Mrs. Jessie Goan, a daughter, passed away here last June. His wife preceded him in death in June 1925.

  Mr. O'Kelley came to Idaho in 1912 and had since maintained continuous residence. He leaves two daughters and a son; and two sisters, Mrs. W.E. Taggert and Mrs. James Strader, both of Springfield, Missouri.

  Pallbearers were Henry Telcher, George Manning, George Willey, P.Y. Jesse, Jake Eimers and Henry VonBargen.


Ailor Mortuary Records:

  Born: 16 July 1859, Everett, MO

  Father: Frank O'Kelley  b. MO

  Mother: Alisia Smith  b. MO


Submitted by Chris Cornett



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