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Arminta and William Barks

Arminta and William Barks
Arminta came west from Missouri and married William Barks in California. Her obituary says:

"...[Mrs. Barks] died a consistent christian. She suffered greatly the last three years
of her life of cancer, of which she died.

The funeral service was held at the Mt. Laki church November 8th. The church was
filled by those desiring to pay a last respect to one who, with her husband, has
so lived as to command the respect and high esteem of their many friends and
acquaintances in a business as well as in a social way."

Strangely, I could find no information about William except that he was born in Missouri. The couple had two sons.

Jörg, Berny, Joe, Son of the Rock, Arlequin Photographie and 7 other people have particularly liked this photo

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tiabunna club
A well composed and effective b/w image.
5 months ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to tiabunna club
Thank you, George!
5 months ago.
 José Manuel Polo
José Manuel Polo club
Incluso en B&W es un paisaje bonito., rodeado de árboles y buen lugar de descanso. No quiero quedarme en la duda, Este lugar de descanso ¿Hay personas enterradas? o simplemente ¿Son monumentos en su memoria?
5 months ago. Edited 5 months ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to José Manuel Polo club
They are buried there. The dates are varied, from the early 1800s to the 2000s. Gracias, Jose!
5 months ago.
 Joe, Son of the Rock
Joe, Son of the Rock club
I love the lighting and the contrast in this lovely black and white photograph, Diane. Stay safe. All the best, Joe
5 months ago.
Diane Putnam club has replied to Joe, Son of the Rock club
Hi, Joe, thank you very much! I'm as safe as I can be, hope you are, too!
5 months ago.
Léopold club
Un bel hommage pour ce couple !
5 months ago.

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