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THE WESTERN STAR, 27 February 1892
Obituary of WILLIAM KRUG
A rather sudden and sad death occurred in the family of Benj. Krug in this city last Wednesday. William, a bright 7 year old son, the youngest child, and pride of the household, died from an abscess of the brain.
About two weeks ago, William fell against a sewing machine at his home, bruising his temple, and from the bruise an abscess formed causing his death. The funeral took place from the family residence Thursday, and it
was attended in a body by his class mates, from Coldwater schools. Mr. and Mrs. Krug came to this city from Arkansas City about two months ago, and are almost strangers in our community. They have the sympathy of our entire people in their bereavement.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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