Death Records
June Vaughn
Submitted by Sherie Smith

[From the “Death Record Books” at Crawford County Courthouse, Girard, Kansas,
Book A, p. 45, (5).]

          “Name:  June Vaugn           (male)
          Age:  34 years
          Date of death:  December 21, 1904
          Cause of death:  pneumonia
          Residence at death:  Yale
          Marriage status:  Single
          Occupation:  Miner
          Undertaker:  Downing
          Physician:  Dr. Smith, Yale”

“The funeral of June Vaughan [sic], who died at Yale Monday [Dec. 19] evening, was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains interred in the Yale cemetery.  He was comparatively a stranger in Yale and had been there about two weeks when he was taken ill with pneumonia.  He had lived near Yale once before and the funeral was conducted from the home of a colored friend.”  [Pittsburg Daily Headlight, Wed., Dec. 21, 1904, p. 6.] (An additional news article on page 5 of same date.)

“Jaun Vawn died Monday between 3 and 4 o'clock with fever.  He came here from Mineral about three weeks ago but he never recovered.  His funeral will take place tomorrow.  The K. of P. lodge took charge of his body.”
[Pittsburg Daily Headlight, Friday, Dec. 23, 1904, p. 2.]

“June Vaughn, 34, miner, died December 19, 1904, of pneumonia.  Funeral December 21 afternoon in Yale.  Burial: Yale Cemetery.  Bill charged to:
Crawford County.”  [Funeral Records from Bowman Furniture Company,
Brenner Mortuary, Pittsburg, Kansas, Ledger 1, page 276.]

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