Visit the USGenWeb Project Website Visit the IAGenWeb Project Website

 What's New

Coordinator Contact

About Us

Return to the Home Page
Contact the Ringgold Cemeteries
Census the Ringgold Counties
 Ringgold County Churches
family pages links to family
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Copyright Statement
History Ringgold County
Ringgold County IAGenWeb History-Biography Project
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Lookups
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Mailing Lists
Ringgold County Maps IAGenWeb Project
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Messageboards
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Military
Ringgold County IAGenWeb News Clippings
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Obituaries
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Penny Post Cards
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Photographs
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Queries
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Resources
Ringgold 
County IAGenWeb Schools
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Site Map
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Surnames
Ringgold County IAGenWeb Front Porch

This site is supported by
Friends of IAGenWeb
rose.jpg
   

powered by FreeFind
 
    

 

Lenox Time Table
Lenox, Iowa
November 11, 1932

OBITUARY ~ BYRON DOYLE REED

Thursday during the noon hour while the boys were playing football Doyle Reed was seriously injured. At the time it didn't seem as though he was hurt badly but it proved fatal. He was pushed over and a larger boy stepped on him injuring his head. He went home and seemed to be feeling better but toward evening he became worse and about 10:30 became unconscious. Dr. Roe Reed, his mother Mrs. Hazel Reed and uncle Coach W. B. Rood started shortly with him for the hospital in St. Joseph, but Doyle passed away while enroute there.

He was a member of the 6th grade and was loved by all who knew him. Doyle was a nephew of .W. B. Rood, coach of the Clearfield high school. The sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved family.

Obituary

Byron Doyle Reed, son of D. W. and Hazel Reed, was born in Clearfield, Iowa, June 13, 1922 and passed away November 3, 1932, aged 10 years, 4 months and 21 days.

Doyle became a member of the Methodist church a short time ago and was an active member in the Sunday school. He was in the sixth grade at school.

He leaves to mourn his death, his mother, Mrs. Hazel Reed, one brother, Bobbie, one sister, Charlene his grandmother, Mrs. Laura Rood, one aunt, Mrs. Francis Flowers and his uncle W. B. Rood with whom he made his home; also his father D. W. Reed and his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Reed of Des Moines, besides a host of other relatives and friends. Doyle will be greatly missed in the home, in the Sunday school and public school.

Funeral services were held 1 p.m. at the Methodist church, Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, Rev. John C. Turner officiating. Interment in Clearfield cemetery

Transcription by Lorelei RUsco, December of 2011

To submit your Ringgold County obituaries, contact Sharon R. Becker at
srbecker@windstream.net.
Please include the word "Ringgold" in the subject line. Thank you.

Return to:

A - B OBITUARIES INDEX         C OBITUARIES INDEX              D OBITUARIES INDEX
E - F - G OBITUARIES INDEX    H - I - J OBITUARIES INDEX      K - L OBITUARIES INDEX
M OBITUARIES INDEX              N - O - P OBITUARIES INDEX    Q - R OBITUARIES INDEX
S - T OBITUARIES INDEX          U - V - W OBITUARIES INDEX   X - Y - Z OBITUARIES INDEX


You are our visitor!
Thank You for stopping by!



© Copyright 1996-
Ringgold Co. IAGenWeb Project
All rights Reserved.