Henry Wyatt

Transcribed by Linda K. Lewis, Jan, 2015.

Source: Olathe Mirror, Olathe, KS, Thurs. 24 Feb 1898, pg. 5.

Henry Wyatt.

[Henry Wyatt was born September 4, 1842, and died January 26, 1898, aged fifty-five years, four months and twelve days.]

Mr. Wyatt, the second of a family of nine, was born to Lewis and Esther Wyatt in Ash county, North Carolina. One sister, Mrs. Laura E Russle of Ottawa, Kansas, and three brothers, Calvin C., Lewis H. and James W., of Kansas City, Mo., still survive him.

The deceased moved with his father and family to Missouri in 1853, where they remained for three years, at the end of which time they moved to Johnson county, Kansas, in 1856. In this county he lived until the time of his death except three or four years that were spent on the western plains.

He was married to Miss Annie E. Chadwick April 21, 1867. To this union was born one daughter Jessie Maud, who with her mother is left to mourn his loss.

Mr. Wyatt was converted and joined the M. E. church in August of 1895 at a camp meeting held in Lenexa charge by Rev. R. S. Finley. From that date until the time of his death he lived a consistent Christian, and during his last illness he often expressed a desire to be at rest. His pastor conducted the funeral services at Linwood church of which the deceased was a member. C. S. W.

James Tullis, and old and respected citizen living near 
Stanley, died at his home on Monday and was interred in 
the Tomahawk cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Tullis was 
well known in our community, having lived near here for 
many years. He leaves a large family and many friends to 
mourn their loss

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