Mrs. J.M. (Teressa Tannahill) Baughman Obituary FUNERAL OF FORMER RESIDENT HELD SATURDAY The funeral of Mrs. J.M. Baughman was conducted Saturday Afternoon (June 24, 1933) in Greenwood Cemetery by Edwin G. Michael, pastor of the Christian church. A quartet composed of Mrs. Ida Casteel, Mrs. N.B. Wall, Roy Taylor and John Raybourn sang two numbers, “Rock of Ages” and “Going Down the Valley.” Several members of the Women’s Auxiliary were present. Mrs. Teressa Baughman daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Magruder Tannahill was born May 12, 1844. On October 25, 1863, she was married to William Bagwell in Emporia, Kansas. To this union, two children were born; George Riley, December 25, 1866, and one daughter, Lena Mae Dec. 15, 1873. Mr. Bagwell passed away May 22, 1874. On February 24, 1878, deceased was married to J.M. Baughman. To this union there was born one son Walter on Jun 29, 1879, and one daughter, Etta Cleora, July 4, 1885. Mr. Baughman passed away Feb. 4, 1914 in Sedan, Kansas. Since the death of her husband Mrs. Baughman had spent most of her time with her daughter in St. Louis. She passed away however in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, June 21, 1933 at the age of 89 years, 1 month and 9 days. The deceased became a member of the Christian church in Sedan about the year 1915 and lived a faithful Christian life. She was also a member of the Woman’s Relief Corps and was quite active in this helpful organization. Her life was characterized by unusual perseverance. When she was grown because of unavoidable circumstances she had not learned to read and write and felt that she needed this knowledge, especially so she would be able to write and receive letters. She overcame this handicap by walking ten miles to the home of a neighbor who in due time taught her how to read and write. Relatives and friends from out of Sedan who attended the funeral were Mrs. Arlene Short and son Byron of Arkansas City, Kansas; Mr. And Mrs. Walter Baughman and Jay and Mrs. Dollie Alger of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; Mrs. Etta Myers, Mr. And Mrs. Farris Myers and Roy Myers, also Mr. Dauball of St. Louis, Mo.