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Title: Obituaries Williamsport, IN. Warren Review - Thursday, March 15, 1894 Edition
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Judge A. D. Thomas and wife, Dr. C. L. Thomas and wife, Mr. Samuel Thomas and Miss Mattie Thomas, all of Crawfordville, attended the funeral of E. D. Thomas, Sr., at his place yesterday. Dan Steadman, the sone of Mr. C. Steadman died at the residence of his grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Steadman last Saturday and was buried Sunday in the Rhodes Cemetery. His disease was dropsy. Word has been recieved that Mrs. Antonia Waugh, stepmother of Dan and J. N. Waugh, died at her home in Schrablau by Holle, A. S., Prussia, Germany. We have no particulars about her death, but from the fact that she was afflicted with a cancer in the face when she left this country, we presume that that was the indirect cause of her death. She was an aged woman, and went to Germany about four years ago. The subject of this sketch, the son of Samuel R. and Sarah J. Lewis, died at the residence of his father hear Walnut Grove, Ind., Tuesday, March 6th, 1894, aged 18 years, 11 months and 8 days. He was born in Warren County, Ind., in 1875. He was taken ill 14 months before he died with la grippe, which resulted in the terrible disease, consumption, with which he died. His mother and sister are standing on the silvery banks of the dark river awaiting his arrival. He gave up to die on Tuesday morning, and after bidding the family good bye, said he aws ready at God's appointed hour. He lay until 1 o'clock silently waiting for the wonderful change to come when he was borne by God's summoning Angel to the beautiful realms of light where sickness, pain nor death never enters.

Date: 3/15/1894
Origin: Warren Review extracted from microfilm
Author: Sharon Roberts
Record ID: 00003446
Type: Obituary
Source Archive: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Date Entered: 3/4/2014
Entered By: Chris Brown

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