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Crossgrove (1944-1947)

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Sarasota, Fla. &#8212; Funeral services were held at the Bayshore church here on Dec. 26 for the three-year-old child of mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Crossgrove, fatally injured in an auto accident at Fruitville, Fla. on Dec. 23. Albert Wyse and T. H. Brenneman were the officiating ministers.
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Sarasota, Fla. &#8212; Funeral services were held at the Bayshore church here on Dec. 26 for the three-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Crossgrove, fatally injured in an auto accident at Fruitville, Fla. on Dec. 23. Albert Wyse and T. H. Brenneman were the officiating ministers.
   
 
The Crossgroves had planned to return to Ohio for the funeral of a relative, and were en route to Tampa to board a plane when the fatal accident occurred. The child died in the Sarasota hospital of a skull fracture.
 
The Crossgroves had planned to return to Ohio for the funeral of a relative, and were en route to Tampa to board a plane when the fatal accident occurred. The child died in the Sarasota hospital of a skull fracture.

Latest revision as of 10:39, 16 July 2019

Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1948 Jan 8 p. 1

Birth date: 1944

text of obituary:

THREE-YEAR-OLD CHILD DIED IN FLORIDA AUTO ACCIDENT

Sarasota, Fla. — Funeral services were held at the Bayshore church here on Dec. 26 for the three-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Crossgrove, fatally injured in an auto accident at Fruitville, Fla. on Dec. 23. Albert Wyse and T. H. Brenneman were the officiating ministers.

The Crossgroves had planned to return to Ohio for the funeral of a relative, and were en route to Tampa to board a plane when the fatal accident occurred. The child died in the Sarasota hospital of a skull fracture.

The body was sent to Archbold, Ohio for burial

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