Date of Death: 25 Dec
Subject: George W. Harvey
Source: Savannah Reporter, 1905
George W. Harvey, a prominent citizen, and one of the early pioneers of Andrew county, died at his home in Amazonia at 3 a.m., Monday, December 25. He was 79 years old and had been somewhat feeble the last month or two. He had resided on a large farm near Amazonia until in November he moved to Amazonia, where he had completed a commodious residence.
Mr. Harvey served Andrew county as collector and was prominent in Masonic circles. The St. Joseph Masons and several from Savannah participated in the funeral services, which took place at 2 p.m., Wednesday. Rev. E. C. Morgan, of Jamesport, preached the funeral oration at the church.
Mr. Harvey married Miss Sarah Moser, daughter of Peter Moser, Sr. The following children were present at the funeral: Peter Harvey, of Hiawatha, Ks.; E. O. Harvey, of St. Joseph; L. T., Chester, Mrs. Richard Crowley, Mrs. J. W. Miner and Mrs. W. T. Rogers.