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THE WESTERN STAR, 12 December 1891
Obituary of MAGGIE & PATRICK FARRELL
Miss Maggie Farrell, sister of Mrs. Walter Meers, of this city, died of consumption at her home in Oklahoma City, Saturday, December 5. She was aged 20 years, and was the daughter of Patrick Farrell, who resided in
this county a number of years prior to the opening of Oklahoma. Miss Farrell was buried at Oklahoma City last Monday. Since her death, word has been received here that her father, Patrick Farrell, was not expected to live. Mrs. Meers departed for Oklahoma City Monday morning.

LATER - since the above was in type, word has been received that Patrick Farrell died Tuesday night at 12 o'clock from congestion of the lungs.

Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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