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THE LARNED CHRONOSCOPE, 18 July 1907
Obituary of EDNA BEAMON
[From cemetery records]

The 15 months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beeman died early last Thursday afternoon from a complicated case of whooping cough.

The family are newcomers here, and are at present living in rooms over the Chronoscope office, Mr. Beeman working at the blacksmith trade.

The child has been ill for some time past, and during the recent few hot days was unable to battle with the disease. Services were conducted at their rooms Friday afternoon, by Rev. Barton. Three children, two boys and a girl, are left to their parents.

Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf


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