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In 1882 the business moved to 237 Kansas Ave., and would stay there till 1886, some time between 1886 and 1887, Mr. Martin left the business. In 1887 Mr. Leonard moved back to 613 Kansas Ave., he would stay there for many years. Mr. Leonard would sell his business in 1913, at that time he was at 714 Kansas Ave. .
Mrs. Leonard formerly Winnie E. Eakin of Topeka ( they were married May 10, 1877 ), died in 1936.
Mr. Leonard is survived by his daughter Mrs. Ray Yarnell, 1257 Boswell, Topeka; his grandson John Leonard Yarnell and by these niece and nephews; Mrs. John Kerlin, Rockfield, Ind.; Mrs. May Outck, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Lulu Hardy, Gulfport, , Miss.; Mrs. Jessie Ames, Atlanta, Ga.; Ord MCDowell, Camden, Ind.; Frank Leonard, West Somerville, Miss., and Bert Leonard, Shreveport, La.
Funeral services will be at the Wall-Diffenderfer Moryuary, Saturday, at 2 p. m. Burial will be in Topeka cemetery.
She was a member of Woman's Club of Topeka, Topeka Rose Society, Washburn Alumi Assn., Kansas Genealogical Society, Daughters of American Revolution, and Kansas State Historical Society.
She was married October 5, 1914, to Ray Yarnell at Topeka. He died August 22, 1961. Survivors include a son John Yarnell, Los Alamos, N. M., and four grandchildren.
Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.