Young Boy Victim Of Scarlet Fever

The private funeral of Gerald Groover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph [sic] D. Groover of 306 East Ninth street, who died at his home Tuesday following an illness of 18 days of scarlet fever, was held yesterday afternoon.  Rev. Howard A. Field conducted a brief service at the vault and burial was made in Grace Lawn cemetery.

Gerald was born in Flint September 23, 1909. Besides his parents he leaves three brothers, Robert, Jack, and Charles Groover, all at home.

Source: Flint Journal, February 14, 1918.

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