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Newton natives who died elsewhere 1889-1893

AINSWORTH, BISHOP, BLACKMAN, BROWN, CAROTHERS, CONN, EARLY, FINCH, GUTHRIE, HARRAH, HOGIN, HOLMAN, HUGHES, HUMPHREY, KING, MATCHETT, MERSHON, MITCHELL, ODEN, REYNOLDS, RICHARDS, RUSSELL, STEVENS, TROTTER, WALSH, WASSON

Posted By: JCGS Volunteer
Date: 2/13/2020 at 03:41:34

A Sad Death Roll The bringing of the body of Mr. Ney Russell home from Chicago to be buried has caused many of our people to consider the number of people who have gone from Newton and brought back to be buried, and we have been asked to hunt up and furnish the names. Below they will be found, with the name of place where they died, and when they were buried.
Name; Where died; When buried
Hugh Matchett; Illinois; May 23, 1889
Frank Oden; Crawford, Neb.; July 27, 1889
Cassie Carothers; Des Moines; Oct. 3, 1890
Alva Mershon; Chicago, Ill.; March 26, 1890
Hattie Wasson; Des Moines; Nov. 2, 1890
Richard Holman; Des Moines; March 16, 1890
Wm. Hogin; Pasadena, Cal.; April 3, 1890
Mrs. Emma Finch; Broken Bow, Neb.; June 24, 1890
Dr. T. O. Mershon; Des Moines; Aug. 22, 1890
Arthur Mitchell; Denver, Col.; Jan. 26, 1891
Etta Hughes; Denver, Col.; Feb. 8, 1891
W. W. Richards; Kellogg; Feb. 27, 1891
Frank Ainsworth; Sheldon, Iowa; Mar. 23, 1891
Geo. King; Omaha, Neb.; April 16, 1891
J. A. Blackman; Texas; April 23, 1891
Wilbur Early; Helena, Mont.; May 9, 1891
Clarence Mitchell; Des Moines; May 14, 1891
Harvey Trotter; Des Moines; Dec. 3, 1891
Mrs. R. Reynolds; Des Moines; Dec. 8, 1891
Birdie Walsh; Chicago, Ill.; Feb. 2, 1892
Nelson Bishop; Jacksonville, Fla.; Mar. 29, 1892
Bessie Brown; Chicago, Ill.; May 11, 1892
R. W. Stevens; Wallace, Idaho; July 24, 1892
Nellie Humphrey; Otto, Iowa; July 31, 1892
Geo. S. Guthrie; Omaha, Neb.; Nov. 39, 1892
Steven Harrah; Hastings, Neb.; Dec. 3, 1892
Andy Conn; Denver, Col.; Feb. 15, 1893
Ney Russell; Chicago, Ill.; Mar. 19, 1893
Mr. Will Coiner died at Pasadena, California, and was buried here Dec. 15, 1888. It will be noted that with but two exceptions these deaths were all young people; most of whom left Newton in good health. We are Indebted to Messrs. Morgan & Hunter for the data given above.
Source: The Newton Journal; March 22, 1893


 

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