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THE WESTERN STAR, 13 August 1887
Obituary of DOUGLAS GOODRICH
DIED - Douglas Goodrich, one of Comanche county's first settlers, best and most substantial farmers, died at the residence of W. H. Bratcher, six miles southwest of Protection, August 4th. He was a hard working, diligent man, and had recently made some valuable improvements on his farm, which was one of the best in the county. He was taken sick only a few days ago and on the day of his death was able to sit up and partake
of a hearty meal. He was a single man and had no relatives to witness the parting scene. His remains were followed to their last resting place by many friends.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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