Note: WWI Veteran, Flour Mill Laborer
He became a Christian the last time he visited John H. (his brother) and Emma before his died. Brother John H. Peters was called by telephone from Kanses City to come to his bedside. Henry died a few days later, brother Herman Peters accompanied John and they stayed for the funeral. The authoritied thanked John for claming and authorizing final arrangements.
Obituary: Harry (Henry) Peters had a critical accident Friday January 28, 1955. Sunday January 30 pneumonia set in. Monday, February 7th he was critically ill. Passed away February 9, 1955, Wed. 8:45 A.M. at General Hospital Kansas City, MO. Cause ulcer hommorhage. Was buried Feb. 11, 1955 Kansas City, Kansas Cementery. Born May 2, 1888, Marion County, Parker, South Dakota.
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