Pa called John Crawford who had the telephone office in Okobojo and he got on his horse and came to the farm.  When John got there they got an old door, laid grandpa on it to keep him straight, put pennies on his eyes to hold them shut, folded his hands across his breast and covered him with a shirt.  The doors were closed to keep out the heat and there grandpa stayed until the undertaker arrived with his hearse pulled by horses.  He was then placed in a coffin and taken to the cemetery and buried.  

                                 -George Green page 19 George's Memoirs