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   West Hill Cemetery
Sherman, Texas

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Shermam Daily Democrat
6 September 1886


a man in the prime of life, and with a family consisting of a wife and two
small children, passed from the material life into the mysterious hereafter,
on Saturday night, at his home on Montgomery street, of typhoid fever.  He
was an employee of Messrs. Johnson & Tatlack, and came home from a trip
Wednesday with a fever which developed into typhoid on Friday last and on the
night following ended fatally.  He was buried in the city cemetery yesterday.
The funeral remarks were made by Rev. W. C. Dimmit, of the First Christian 
church at the residence.  We extend to the bereaved wife and mother, and her
fatherless children our heart felt sympathy and trust that they may meet again
with their loved one in the land where there shall be no parting.

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