MR. THOMAS ARMON
One of Bonne Terre's most respected and best known citizens passed away Wednesday afternoon at five fifteen when Mr. Thomas Armon died suddenly. Mr. Armon had been in ill health since last August but his end came unexpectedly as he had been out on Tuesday and cast his vote at the city election. Mr. Armon was almost fifty-seven years of age. He was born near BonneTerre and had lived in and near Bonne Terre all of his life. For years he was employed as wagon maker at P. A. Benham's shop.
His wife was a Miss Byington and she and their only child, Mrs. Norman Stockett, survive him.
Funeral services will be held from his late residence at 2:00 o'clock Friday, with Rev. J. B. Ragsdale and Rev. J. T. Evitts officiating. Interment will be made in the Bonne Terre cemetery.
[Bonne Terre Star, April 9, 1926]
Note: Thomas Armon was the son of Margaret Armon (nee Ringer) and Nathan Armon. Margaret married Nathan Armon after the death of her first husband, Jackson House.