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Robert Lingo 1894 - 1916


Posted By: S Turner (email)
Date: 3/2/2018 at 11:05:40

The Daily Gate City
Page Six
Sunday, Jan. 2, 1916


Twenty-One Year Old Young Man Succumbed to Tuberculosis at Home After Illness


Is Survived by Mother, Step-Father, Three Brothers and One Sister - Was Member of St. John's Church.

The many friends of Robert Lingo of 826 North Twelfth street have been sincerely grieved to hear of the death of this estimable young man, which occured at his home at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, after an illness of some duration with tuberculosis.

The decedent was in his twenty-second year, and his passing in his early manhood has been a great blow to his relatives and those who knew and valued his friendship during the years of his residence here.

Mr. Lingo was born in Keokuk on July 1, 1894, and had been a resident of the city all of his life. He was a member of St. John's Episcopal church and was a young man who had the respect and esteem of all who knew him.

The decedent is survived by his stepfather, W. Wadden, his mother, three brothers, Charles Lingo, Everett Lingo and Harry Lingo, and one sister, Mary Lingo, all of Keokuk. He was educated in the Keokuk schools and had been engaged in various lines of work during the last several years.

The Daily Gate City
Page Three
Sunday, Jan. 3, 1916

The funeral of Robert Lingo was held from the home, 826 North Twelfth street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The services were conducted by Rev. John C. Sage, pastor of St. John's Episcopal church, and burial was made in a vault in Oakland cemetary.


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