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 Pallbearers were J.B. Johnson, Powers Conrad, Evan Hance, Clifford Powers, Walter Vest, and Harold Rouse. ​ Burial was in the Walton cemetery. ​ Arrangements were in charge of Chambers and Grubbs. Pallbearers were J.B. Johnson, Powers Conrad, Evan Hance, Clifford Powers, Walter Vest, and Harold Rouse. ​ Burial was in the Walton cemetery. ​ Arrangements were in charge of Chambers and Grubbs.
  
-Marvin, Jr., leaves to mourn his passing, his devoted parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Hudson; two aunts, Misses Anna and Martha Hudson, of Walton; three uncles, Robert Green, of [[Beaver Lick]], Joseph Green, of Erlanger, and William Green, of Madisonville,​ Oh.; several cousins and other close relatives, and a host admiring friends.+Marvin, Jr., leaves to mourn his passing, his devoted parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Hudson; two aunts, Misses Anna and Martha Hudson, of Walton; three uncles, Robert Green, of [[Beaverlick]], Joseph Green, of Erlanger, and William Green, of Madisonville,​ Oh.; several cousins and other close relatives, and a host admiring friends.
  
 To those who witnessed Marvin’s many hours of suffering, during which his ever-abiding faith in God, and his patient submission to His will were so apparent, there comes the comforting thought that Death may be very sweet. To those who witnessed Marvin’s many hours of suffering, during which his ever-abiding faith in God, and his patient submission to His will were so apparent, there comes the comforting thought that Death may be very sweet.
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