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Title: Williamsport, IN Warren Review Thursday, September 4, 1902 Edition
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Died Bessie Louise, the little daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Parker, of Stone Bluff, Ind., after a brief illness from cholera infanum, died Thursday morning, August 28, 1902. The funeral services were held in the Catholic Church at Attica on Saturday morning, August 30, 1902 at 9 o'clock, Father Von Schrader officiating. James Current's Will Last Friday, John Current, of Vermilion county, ills., was her for the purpose of probating the will of his father, who was the resident of Mound Township, this county, and died a fed days ago. The will make the son of the descendant, John Current, the Executor of the estate, and provides that all the real estate and personal shall go to the widow, Mary A. Current, during her lifetime, and at her death it shall revert to the heirs, Roy Current and Mrs. Sarah A. Hacker. The witnesses to the will are Dr. S. N. Osburn, of this place, and W. L. Rabourn, of Battle Ground, Ind. Called Hence Wm. Hash aged about 50 years, the son of the late Jas. Hash, for 20 years a leading businessman of Boswell. Wm. Hash sometime in June returned from Texas where he had lived about 3 years, and relocated in Boswell. He had a few days ago been in Chicago and purchased a stock of dry goods, intending to open for business in that town. He was taken ill with stomach trouble soon after returning from the city and died last Saturday morning. The funeral was conducted at the Christian Church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, he being a member of that denomination. His wife died 15 years ago, leaving him a family of four children. It is probable the sons will open the stock and conduct the business the same as if their father had lived. Gone To Rest Mrs. Kate Lane. Deceased was born May 5, 1870, and died August 29, 1902, at West Lebanon, Ind. He was the son of William Swisher and wife. The family has the sympathy of the entire community. Funeral services were conducted at the house by Rev. Rainier. Interment in Redwood cemetery. Eliza Ann Baird-Goodwine. This lady was born at Clarksburg, Ross County, O., March 1, 1819. She came with her mother, Elizabeth Clark-Baird, and grandmother, Mary Blair-Clark, and her uncle, Dr. Wesley Clark, to Warren County, Ind., in 1834, settling on government land near Carbondale, where she married Thomas Goodwine August, 1835, and came to the home where she died August 30, 1902, near West Lebanon, having been a devoted and faithful keeper of that home for more than 67 years. She was the mother of 10 children, 7 sons and 3 daughters, all of whom attained maturity. Four sons volunteered in the Union Army, 2 survived the war; two daughters died at the age of 18, and 2 sons and one daughter yet live, John C., Mrs. Rosa Farr, and Julian. She lived to the ripe age of 83 years, 5 months and 29 days. She was a Methodist in religious belief and reared a family of religious convictions. The funeral was preached at the home by Rev. J. F. Rainier of the M. E. Church at West Lebanon, and interment was made in the family lot in the West Lebanon cemetery last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Belle Jones-Cronkhite. This lady was the wife of Augustus Cronkhite. After an Illness of several weeks from typhoid fever, died at her mother's home in Mound Township, this county, last Monday morning at 12:45. The funeral services were held at the residence on Tuesday at 10 o'clock a.m., Rev. George Odle, of Marshfield, officiating. Interment was made in the Fountain cemetery in Fountain County.

Date: 9/4/1902
Origin: Warren Review Extracted from Microfilm
Author: Sharon Roberts
Record ID: 00003801
Type: Obituary
Source Archive: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Date Entered: 4/7/2015
Entered By: Chris Brown

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