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Letter: Naylor answer

Mike Watson writes:
"Miss Lela Naylor, who was born and reared two miles from Columbia, recently died in a hospital at San Antonia, Texas. Her remains were conveyed to Moody, Texas, for burial. She was a consecrated Christian woman, and leaves quite a number of relatives in Adair County. She had been making her home in Texas for quite a number of years. Mr. J.S. Naylor, who lives in Oklahoma, and who visited here a few months ago, is a brother of the deceased. --Adair County News, 27 June 1917, page one.
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