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THE WESTERN STAR, 28 March 1891
Obituary of CORA A. CRUMMER & INFANT
Death of Mrs. Harry A. Crummer.

The sad intelligence of the death of Mrs. Harry Crummer, of Protection, reached this city yesterday. She died at 5 o'clock Friday morning, March 27th, 1891, after a short illness. She had been in critical condition for a few days, but the lingering hope that ceases only with life furnished partial consolation to the anxious relatives and friends. But the struggle came and she now lies cold in death. Mrs. Crummer was formerly Miss Cora A. Dunne, daughter of E. Dunne, of Protection, and she was married to Mr. Harry Crummer on the 12th of June 1888. It has not been long since we chronicled the wedding of the worthy young people
and now, the sad duty falls to our lot to print the obituary of Mrs. Crummer, who leaves a fond husband and babe to mourn her death.

April 4, 1891 - The last sad rites were paid last Saturday morning to Mrs. Harry Crummer and her infant babe. A large concourse of friends followed the remains to the cemetery. 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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