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June 2, 1905
Capt. BROWN left for Mountain Home, Arkansas Tuesday.
R.L. ROLLINS, of Beebee, I.T. arrived Tuesday after being called to the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Julia McMASTERS but owing to the was-out did not reach here until after she was dead.
W.W. McMASTERS passed thro' here Monday enroute to Mack McMASTERS, whose wife is not expected to live.
Julia A. McMASTERS, who died May 30, 1905, was born in Ballard Co. Kentucky in 1873. She married T.L. McMASTERS in 1890. Her maiden name was ROLLINS; she was baptist in 1898 by Bro. J.G. BROWN of Oklahoma. She leaves a husband and four children.
June 9, 1905
Nathaniel M. HOUSTON, was born in Washington Co. Virginia on January 23, 1824 and died at his home north of Lock Spring Thrusday morning, April 13, 1905, age 81 years, 2 months and 20 days.
Burial was at Lock Springs Cemetery with honors of the Masonic fraternity. Mr. HOUSTON married Rachel MINNICK on March 28, 1844 and she still survives him. To this union was born six children, three sons and three daughters; James H. , George H., Charles H., Mrs. Jennie DUNAGAN, Mrs. Easter TYE, and Mrs. Mollie DUNAGAN, all have survived him except for the last one named.
He move from Virginia to Daviess Co. Missouri in 1849 where he lived til his death.
The above is taken for the Lock Springs, Missouri Herald and is in reference to the death of an uncle of J.P. HOUSTON , living a few miles n.w. of this city.
June 9, 1905
Death of Mrs. A.E. HAVILAND
Mrs. HAVILAND died Thursday, June 1, 1905 at the home of her son, A.B. HAVILAND due to a heart attack.
Ann Eliza ADAMS was born in Duchess Co. New York on Nov. 19, 1824, she was the third child of Charles and Slinca ADAMS, the only daughter of five children.
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