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BYRON, Jeanette W. Allison. [1843-1916]

(from The Saginaw Daily News, Thursday, October 12, 1916  p.4)

TURNER- The funeral of Mrs. Jeanette W. A. Turner, widow of the late Charles Turner, will take place at 10 o'clock Friday morning form the family home and will be private.  Rev. H. R. Stark will officiate and burial will be in Oakwood.

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BYRON, Wesley R.  [1893-1960]

(From Saginaw Daily News, Tuesday, Dec, 20, 1960)

Passed away Monday afternoon at Saginaw General Hospital after three week's illness.  Age 67 years.  He was born March 6, 1893 in Kochville township and had been a lifelong resident of Saginaw County.  He served in the U.S. army during World War I, as a machine gunner in France.  On June 26, 1919, he married Ruby Seymour.  She survives him.  He had been employed at the Saginaw Chevrolet Grey Iron Foundar for over 32 years, retiring in 1958.  He was a member of the Wadsworth Avenue Presbyterian Church and of Salina Lodge No. 155 F.& A. M.  Surviving besides his wife are for daughters and two sons, Mrs. Harold Cowles, Muskegeon; Mrs. Edward Swanton,  Mrs. Abraham Erdman , Mrs. Christian B. Johnson; Frank and Leon Byron all of Saginaw; 22 grandchildren; also three brothers, Orlo Byron, Saginaw; Floyd Byron, Hemlock; Neil Byron, Whitehall.  Funeral service will take place at 3:00pm Thursday at that Case Chapel.  Reverend Kenneth Anderson will officiate with Masonic burial service under the auspices of Salina Lodge No. 155 F.&A. M. at Roselawn Memorial Gardens


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