George W. Hartsock-death brother of Laura Matilda Hartsock Elder
SUDDEN DEATH From Heart Failure, e Wa« an Old and Highly B.teemed Resident and a Veteran of the Civil War. The people of Woodland received a •'painful shook at an early boar this ^'morning when it was announced that lithe aummona of death had eome sudden '." §r and unexpectedly to George W. Hart- 4twk, an old and respected resident of y'thiacity. The sad event occurred a few minutes tier 7 o'clock at the residence of bin Mrs. Laura Elder, on Court Mr. Hartaock was lodging at ? the Capital Hotel. About 6 ;80 o'clock this morning he was attacked with severe palm in the chest. He arose and went to the residence of hia Meter, where he has been accns tomed to take his meals. Mrs. Elder put Mm to bed and summoned Dr. Ward. The relief afforded by the physician physician waa only temporary and Mr. Hartsook soon patsvd away. The immediate immediate cauae of death was an acate dilation ol the heart. For the paat two years the deceased haa been employed at Vallajo. Ha complained of not feeling very well, but neither he nor his friends attached.any serious importance to hia illness. Deceased was born in Whitney county, Indiana, on September 21^1841, where he remained until he attained manhood. In April, 1861, he enlisted in the army^ and served with th*e Seventeenth Indi- fna Infantry and Fifth Indiana Battery.; : *;$Jbe war he returned to Indiana, "i\lut 6 yoar-aflerwarda he removed '/' a, where heifemained three years. Ji en came to California and located 'a-'S.oodland, which* place he ever after<'a after<'a made his home. In 1871 he- was married to Rosella well, of Woodland, and to them four luildren were born, Edna, Ollie, Roy and Vernon Hartsock. He leases a .(brother, Htrtuau, and a sister, Ms. r'Laora Elder, residing in this city and a brother, Bamoel, who resldea in Indi• Indi• ana. Hia father, Isaac Hartsock, is aleo 'living in Indians. .TAt. Harlaock was a member of Wm. ;/". Seward Poet, 9. A. R., ot this city, ' nd drew a pension. He was a good lumen, ab^p&iging neighbor, a true 1 ;friend and an aSectionate husband and 'f^ifclher. His untimely death is deplored l v by all who knew him. Mra. Hartsock and children were fn Vallejo when the death summons came. *'- They will arrive in'Woodland thia even; even; ing No arrangements for the funeral 'will ho made until that time. P. day F.