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Boozer, George Washington "Uncle George"

BOOZER, GEORGE WASHINGTON                                                        November 5, 1832 – June 16, 1926

“Uncle George Boozer”

Born in Alabama nearly 93 years ago and remained there until 33 years ago when he came to Texas, bought a farm and settled five miles south of Omaha, and remained on the farm several years.  Losing his companion some years since, he has lived with his children around Omaha and in the west.  He raised up quite a family of sons and daughters, though so scattered that only two or three of them were with him in his last days.  And with a large family of brothers and sisters:  one sister in Alabama and two brothers—C.C. Boozer, Cookville and Wesley Boozer, Aubrey, TX, survive him.  He had been quite feeble for several years, and the past year barely able to stir a little about home, and a few days before he died he became past going, lingering until the morning of the 16th he was called to his reward.  His remains were interred in Concord Cemetery the evening of the 16th after funeral services by Elder D. J. Talley surrounded by relatives and a host of friends and the Breeze goes out in deepest sorrow for all the bereaved ones.  (Row 26 SE)


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