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jgregory [C. Scott Chambers Dies Suddenly Tues. Afternoon]
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 //The following article appeared on the front page of the Janurary 14th, 1943 edition of the [[Boone County Recorder]]//​ //The following article appeared on the front page of the Janurary 14th, 1943 edition of the [[Boone County Recorder]]//​
  
-C. Scott Chambers, 72, one of [[biographies|Boone County'​s most outstanding citizens]], died suddenly Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m., following a brief illness of only a few hours.+C. Scott Chambers, 72, one of Boone County'​s most outstanding ​[[biographies|citizens]], died suddenly Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m., following a brief illness of only a few hours.
  
 He was striken was a severe pail Tuesday morning about 7:00 a.m. and in spite of all medical care passed away at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday evening. ​ He has been in failing health for sometime, but was thought to be much better in the last few months. ​ According to the doctor'​s report, a heart condition was the cause of his death. He was striken was a severe pail Tuesday morning about 7:00 a.m. and in spite of all medical care passed away at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday evening. ​ He has been in failing health for sometime, but was thought to be much better in the last few months. ​ According to the doctor'​s report, a heart condition was the cause of his death.
  
-Besides his wife and three daughters, Ella Mae, Aleen, and Mary Scott Grubbs, he leaves two brothers, Lawrence Chambers, of Petersburg and Dr. W. K. Chambers of Pasedena, Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs. Herman Mathews of Petersburg and Mrs. Milo Atkinson of San Diego, Cali.  He is also survived by five grandchildren and a host of relatives and firends who will greatly miss his kindness and sympathy at all times.+Besides his wife and three daughters, Ella Mae, Aleen, and Mary Scott Grubbs, he leaves two brothers, Lawrence Chambers, of [[Petersburg]] and Dr. W. K. Chambers of Pasedena, Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs. Herman Mathews of Petersburg and Mrs. Milo Atkinson of San Diego, Cali.  He is also survived by five grandchildren and a host of relatives and firends who will greatly miss his kindness and sympathy at all times.
  
 Brief services will be conducted from the Chambers & Grubbs funderal home Friday afternoon at 2:00 p.m., followed by services at the grave at Highland Cemetery. ​ Revs. R. F. Demoisey, George Caroland, C. J. Alford and Roy A. Johnson will participate in the services. Brief services will be conducted from the Chambers & Grubbs funderal home Friday afternoon at 2:00 p.m., followed by services at the grave at Highland Cemetery. ​ Revs. R. F. Demoisey, George Caroland, C. J. Alford and Roy A. Johnson will participate in the services.
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 Funeral arrangements will be conducted by Mr. Wallace K. Grubbs and Henry F. Matthews, son-in-law and nephew, respectively,​ of Mr. Chambers. Funeral arrangements will be conducted by Mr. Wallace K. Grubbs and Henry F. Matthews, son-in-law and nephew, respectively,​ of Mr. Chambers.
  
-Mr Chambers was born in the [[Petersburg]] precinct on February 18, 1871, the son of Alfred E. and Laura Scott Chambers, the father a native of Boone County and the mother of Kenton.+Mr Chambers was born in the [[Petersburg]] precinct on February 18, [[1871]], the son of Alfred E. and Laura Scott Chambers, the father a native of Boone County and the mother of Kenton.
  
 He moved from Petersburg to [[Walton]] about thirty-three years ago and entered the undertaking business. ​ By his industry, courtesy and kind consideration of his fellow men, he built up a large patronage not only in his own community but in the adjoining communities as well.  ​ He moved from Petersburg to [[Walton]] about thirty-three years ago and entered the undertaking business. ​ By his industry, courtesy and kind consideration of his fellow men, he built up a large patronage not only in his own community but in the adjoining communities as well.  ​
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