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George Thomas Edwards
April 29, 1902–February 3, 1955
ONSLOWFuneral services for George Thomas Edwards, 53, who died Feb. 3 in University hospitals, Iowa City, were held Sunday afternoon in Onslow Presbyterian church. Rev. George Tjaden officiated. Walter Sullivan was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Sullivan.
Mr. Edwards has been a patient at the Iowa City hospital since last December.
Mrs. John Mayberry and Mrs. Otto Allen were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were James Moran, Edwin Wilcox, Ray Heideman, Lumir Wosoba, Lawrence Nolan and Manville Welch. Burial was in South Mineral cemetery.
Born April 29, 1902, in Monmouth he was the son of Ezra and Jessie McCullough Edwards. He spent his early years there. He was married to Elizabeth Rannals, Fulton, Iowa, who died in 1934, leaving one daughter Margaret Ann, now Mrs. Albert Storm, of Wyoming. On Nov. 6, 1939, he was married to June Scripture of Wyoming. One daughter, Loretta Ann, blessed this union. His entire married life was spent in the Onslow and Monmouth communities.
Survivors are his wife, June; two daughters, Mrs. Storm and Loretta Ann; his mother, Mrs. Jessie Carpenter, Wyoming; five sisters, Mrs. Cecil Myers of Onslow, Mrs. George McCalmant of Wyoming, Mrs. Louis Heister, Mrs. Owen Walroff, both of Maquoketa, and Mrs. Leo Lang of Scotch Grove, and two brothers James Carpenter, Oxford Junction and Alva Edwards, in Oregon.

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ONSLOW—Word was received Thursday of the death of Tommy Edwards at a hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Edwards was on her way to the hospital when word was received here and didn't find it out until she got there. He died about 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3. (1955)

Edwards Obituary
George Thomas Edwards, 53, died Thursday afternoon, Feb. 3, at the University hospitals, Iowa City, where he had been a patient since late in December.
Born April 29, 1902, he was the son of Ezra and Jessie McCullough Edwards. Born in the Monmouth vicinity, he spent his early years there.
He was married to Miss Elizabeth Rannals, Fulton, who died in 1934, leaving one daughter Margaret Ann, now Mrs. Albert Storm, Wyoming.
Nov. 6, 1939, he was married to Miss June Scripture, Wyoming. One daughter, Loretta Ann, was born to this union. His entire married life was spent in the Onslow and Monmouth communities.

List Survivors
Survivors are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Albert Storm and Loretta Ann; his mother Mrs. Jessie Carpenter, Wyoming; five sisters, Mrs. Cecil Myers, Onslow, Mrs. George McCalmant, Wyoming; Mrs. Louis Hister, Maquoketa; Mrs. Owen Walroff, Maquoketa; Mrs. Leo Lange, Scotch Grove; and two brothers, James Carpenter, Oxford Junction, and Alva Edwards, Oregon.
Services for Mr. Edwards were held Sunday afternoon, Feb. 6, at the Onslow Presbyterian church with Rev. George Tjaden officiating. Walter Sullivan was soloist accompanied by Mrs. Walter Sullivan.
Mrs. John Mayberry and Mrs. Otto Allen were in charge of the floral offerings.

Casket Bearers Named
Casket bearers were James Moran, Edwin Wilcox, Ray Heideman, Lumir Wosoba, Lawrence Nolan and Manville Welch.
Interment was at South Mineral cemetery.

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