Note: N36 Clarence Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long of this place, died at the home of his parents Thursday March 1st 1917 in his twenty third year. For sometime Clarence had been a motorman on a
street car in St. Louis. The work seemed hard for him and some months ago he gave it up, but recuperating by the rest he again went to work, but his health again failing he came home some weeks ago. He failed to improve, but continued to grow weaker, and passed away on above mentioned
date. Clarence was an industrious young man and had many young friends. He was married to Miss Viola Conlin of Oak Ridge-this county-and to them were born two children, Geneva A., and Clarence E., all of whom survive him. He is also survived by his parents, brothers and sisters. The funeral services were conducted in the M.E. church by Rev A.H. Barnes and the remains laid to rest in the U.P. Cemetery.
Cuba Review March 8, 1917
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