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Jane Sloan Conger


Posted By: Joanne Breen (email)
Date: 4/21/2023 at 14:36:32

Mrs. Clark Conger.

Her death, Sunday morning, was a great shock to everybody. She was sick but a short time. Neuralgia of the heart caused her death. Her age was about seventy five. There are four daughters in the family. They are Mrs. C. J. Wilson of this city, Mrs. Mitchell of Corning - her husband is ex-speaker of the Iowa legislature - Mrs. General Stanton of Washington D. C., and Mrs. Dr. Twining of Des Moines. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock.

Washington Democrat, 21 Oct 1896

Death of Mrs. J. C. Conger

Mrs. J. C. Conger, aged 77, died suddenly Sunday morning from neuralgia of the heart. She was around all day and had been at Mrs. C. J. Wilson’s during the day. She retired at 8 o’clock and woke at 11 with a severe pain. Doctor was called immediately, but she passed away within two hours.

Jane Sloan was born in Harrison county, Ohio and was married to Mr. Conger in Ohio. They came to Iowa in 1845.

Surviving are her are Mrs. T. H. Stanton, Washington D.C., Mrs. Florence Twinging, Des Moines, and Mrs. C.J. Wilson of this place.

Mrs. Conger will be missed as she was a nice soul. Mr. Conger has the sympathy of all in his hour of bereavement.

Washington Gazette, October 23, 1896


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