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"Obituary - Joyce Florence Hubbard"

Name: Joyce Florence Hubbard

Married: Marion William Hill

Birth date: July 13, 1903

Death date: May 11, 1945

Death location: Bonne Terre Hospital, Bonne Terre, St. Francois County, Missouri.

Burial date: May 14, 1945

Burial location: K. of P. Cemetery, St. Francois County, Missouri.

Name of newspaper publication: Unknown

Newspaper location: St. Francois County, Missouri.

Date published: Unknown

Provided by: Dennis Westover

"Transcript of the above obituary"

Title: Mrs. Marion Hill

Joyce Florence Hubbard, daughter of J. T. and Bessie Skaggs Hubbard, was born near Elvins. Mo., on July 13 1903, and passed away at Bonne Terre Hospital at 1:30 p.m., on Friday, May 11, 1945, aged 41 years, 9 months and 28 days.

Funeral services were held at the Miller Funeral Home at two o'clock Monday afternoon by Rev. A. C. Johnson assisted by Rev. S. C. Headrick. Interment was in K. of P. Cemetery.

On Nov. 28, 1919, she was united in marriage with Marion Hill who survives her. Five children were born to their union, one of whom, a girl, died in infancy. The surviving children are Helen (Mrs. Leslie) Westover; Norma Ruth (Mrs. Glen) Burnette, of Farmington; J. W. Hill, of Silver City, New Mexico, and Jackie, at home. She is also survived by two grandchildren; her parents; five brothers and four sisters, Mrs. E. J. Mathews, of Plains, Mont.; Mrs. Irma McCutcheon, Wm. T. Hubbard and Robert Hubbard, of Bayard, New Mex.; John Hubbard, of Farmington Route One; Mrs. Henry Wines and Mrs. Lowrance Hunt, Jr., of Farmington; Mrs. Emery Harvey, of Elvins Route One, and Edgar Hubbard, of England.

Mrs. Hill had been in poor health for a number of years. She became critically ill on last Friday and was rushed to the Bonne Terre Hospital but lived only a short while after arriving there. The immediate cause of her death was anemia.

She had been a faithful member of the Methodist Church at DeLassus for a number of years and was a devoted wife, mother, daughter and sister.

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