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THE WESTERN STAR, 2 June 1888
Obituary of MRS. A. D. BLACK
Death of Mrs. A. D. Black.

We regret to chronicle the death of Mrs. A. D. Black, who breathed her last at Denver, Colorado, on Friday evening, May 25th, 1888. None of her immediate family, save her husband and sister, were present during her last moments - her son, Frank, being in this city and Miss Eva and another daughter, were in Missouri. Mrs. Black had been in poor health for several months, and her departure from this city a few months ago, was with hope of benefiting her health by change of climate. The remains were conveyed to Meadowville, Mo., the former home of the deceased, where they were consigned to their last resting place, last Monday, in the presence of all the family. How short is life! Before we have realized our highest hopes and ambitions, we are met by the Grim Destroyer.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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