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N. A Green, Catharine (Miller) Biggs, Oswald Warrington, Joseph C. Foster, Martha Jane (Bone) Black, Agnes Bone, Mrs. Bunker, Mrs. Cartwright, and Wm. A. Bone

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Image and transcription contributed by Judy Simpson on 11 June 2004
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The Western Star, dated 20 July 1849 (obtained from the Ohio Historical Society, microfilm roll # 19249)
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Mrs. N. A. Green

DIED—On Thursday the 12th inst., at Dayton, of cholera, Mrs. N. A. Green, relict of Wm. Green, dec., aged 68 years.

Catharine (Miller) Biggs

DIED—On Sunday morning last at Cincinnati, of cholera, Catharine, wife of Thomas R. Biggs, and daughter of Henry Miller of this place, aged 25 years.

Rev. Oswald Warrington

DIED—On Monday last in Cincinnati, after an illness of cholera of but a few hours, Rev. Oswald Warrington, formerly connected with the Lebanon Mission of the Methodist Protestant Church, and well and favorably known to the citizens of this place as a zealous, pious and devoted Christian.

Joseph C. Foster

DIED—On the 11th inst. at Morrow, after a short illness, Mr. Joseph C. Foster, merchant of that place. He had resided at Morrow for several years, and his many excellent qualities as a man and a citizen had endeared him to all who enjoyed the pleasure of intercourse with him, in any of the various relations of life. His loss will be seriously felt.

Martha Jane (Bone) Black

DIED—On Friday last, 13th inst., of cholera, after an illness of nine hours, Mrs. Martha Jane Black, wife of Rev. F. G. Black, in the 31st year of her age. The deceased was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church for many years, a devoted Christian, and died prepared for a heavenly inheritance. She fulfilled well all the relations of life, viz: daughter, wife, mother, neighbor and friend, and her many virtues will long be remembered and cherished.

Agnes Bone

On the same day, Miss Agnes BONE, sister of Mrs. Black, was taken with cholera at nine o’clock in the morning and died at 12 o’clock at night. She was in the 29th year of her age. Miss Bone several years ago attached herself to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and by her pious and exemplary life fully illustrated the Christian character. She was an affectionate and dutiful daughter, a kind sister, and a devoted friend.

Mrs. Bunker

DIED—On Saturday the 14th inst., in Lebanon, Mrs. Bunker, of consumption.

Mrs. Cartwright

DIED—On Wednesday morning last, in Lebanon, Mrs. Cartwright, at the advanced age of 74.

Wm. A. Bone

DIED—On Thursday last, of consumption, after a lingering illness, Mr. Wm. A. Bone.


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