As reported by the Medicine Lodge Cresset, Jun 4, 1897, pg 3, col 3, (KSHS Microfilm Reel #M869), the following died between March 1, 1896 and March 1, 1897. The specific DOD is not given. Most of these deaths can be found in the actual newspaper transcriptions. Transcribed by Ellen Knowles Bisson (thebissons@worldnet.att.net)

HAZELTON TWP
J.C. Fullerton, aged 52, heart disease
Mary B. Williams, aged 34, typhoid fever
Richie Roberts, aged 16, typhoid fever

KIOWA TWP
F.P. Humphrey, aged 5, accidentally shot
Bettie S. Cloud, aged 48, paralysis
Jennie Rumsey, aged 21, brain fever

SHARON TWP
J.O. Lumpkin, aged 31, consumption
M.E. Middleton, aged 59, abscess in side
C.L. White, aged 73, old age

AETNA TWP
Paul McCrackin, aged 1, whooping cough
Cassius Lewis, aged 23, accidental

ELM MILLS TWP
James E. Slack, aged 19, consumption

NIPPAWALLA TWP
H. Burgeman, aged 47, gravel
Edward Ringlein, aged 12, cold

EAGLE TWP
Jessie Cleaveland, aged 6, congestion of the brain

MEDICINE LODGE TWP
F.W. Hickox, aged 76, age and LaGrippe
W.A. Garland, aged 29, accidentally shot
L. Garland, aged 58, thrown from horse

SUN CITY TWP
Letitia Harmon, aged 6, inflammation of the stomach

CEDAR TWP
Matthew Richards, aged 44, consumption

MOORE TWP
Bertha Wagner, aged 22, consumption
G. Gardner, aged 83, old age

McADOO TWP
H.M. Buck, ___ years, injured spine
Rosa West, aged 8, bowel trouble
Arthur West, aged 4, bowel trouble
Josephine Wilson, aged 38, heart disease

TURKEY CREEK TWP None
MINGONA TWP None
DEERHEAD TWP None
LAKE CITY TWP None

Barber County Newspapers



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