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Jacksonville Daily Journal, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1911


Henry Angelo, aged 61 years and 29 days, died Monday morning at 7:15 o'clock at the home of his son-in-law, Leslie Switzer, near Lynnville. Mr. Angelo had been in failing health for three years and for several years had been a sufferer from asthma. Mr. Angelo was born in Morgan County, Jan. 29, 1850, and was a son of William Angelo, an early settler in this county. With the exception of a brief residence in California, Mr. Angelo spent his entire life in this county. Until fifteen years ago Mr. Angelo was engaged in farming, but he retired from that work to open up a store in Lynnville, which he conducted quite successfully until three years ago, when he retired from active business on account of failing health. Mr. Angelo took an active part in the life of Lynnville and served as town trustee for a number of years and also served as school director and police magistrate. He was a member of the Masonic fraternity and was held in high esteem by all who knew him.

January 6, 1876, Mr. Angelo married to Miss Lillie James, who together with the following survive: two daughters, Mrs. Leslie Switzer of Lynnville, neighborhood and Mrs. C. L. Smith of Pike County; one sister, Mrs. Samuel Thompson of Oklahoma and one brother, James Johnson, who resides south of the city.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the residence of Leslie Switzer near Lynnville, in charge of Dr. G. W. Miller of Woodson. Interment will be made in the Lewis Cemetery.

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