Buford “Mac” Golliher of West Point, formerly of Quincy, died in St. Mary hospital in Quincy, Monday afternoon at 12:55 o’clock. He had been failing for two years and was bedfast two weeks entering the hospital three days ago.
Mr. Golliher was b Schuyler county, Illinois born March 28,1877 a son of Henry and Salina Adams Golliher. He lived in Quincy for 20 years until a year and a half ago when he moved to West Point. He was a carpenter. He attended the Christian church. His marriage to Elva Ramson took place December 15, 1898.
Surviving are the widow, two sons, Kenneth and Rennell, both of Quincy, a daughter, Mrs. Fred Moore of Adams, four grandchildren Robert, Kenneth and Bruce Moore of Adams, and Betty Golliher of Quincy a brother, William J. Golliher of Cooperstown, two half brothers, George Black of Versailles and John Black of Beardstown a half sister, Mrs. Charles Wardell of Beardstown and an aunt, Miss Agatha Adams of Timewell.
Source: Quincy, Illinois, Quincy Herald Whig Newspaper, Oct. 29, 1940. Submitted by Judi Rogers.