Mann, James Thomas. The Chillicothe Consitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, MO)20 Nov 1908 - Obituary
iu cer- to remedy blood relief. ot iu mi- Oliio, a time. to could bed. me were not at appetite were partial Asn arc by box; Y. PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAV MOUXI.VO. ltÂ»ilM On used Prom Old Age and fJoiiernl Debility -- Funeral Held ibui's.lny. James T. Mann, a pioneer of ull county, dlod al his home la BreclceiiVidgo Wednesday morning of age ana general debility. The deceased had been In poor health (he past eight years, the doct'ora glv- B him up at. that, tlnio when sufferer from Brlghfs disease. His condition was not alarming until iclous up to Ihe time of. Ills, death when he was taken suddenly 111 sinking rapidly, He was con- sclou sup lo the lime of his dealh IIIR a smile on his face when h" passed away. The funeral was he-Id.Thursday afternoon. James Mann was a native ot lucky, having been born In Shelby c o u n t y In Hie year of 1819. In that county u n t i l ho passed [iXÂ« of Iwenty-one, when ho was r'tul to Miss Lticretla Harlow. Shortly Shortly lifter their marriage they moved to Missouri, seltllng on tho prairie near Drockenrldge where the do- resided until about ten years nqo, when he mo rod to Dreckeurldgre where ho resided at the lime of When Mr. M a n n sullied on farm near the present site of Breek- ;u t h e r e was no signs or nt Mooresvllle. 'fliers was no railroad r u n n i n g through sect i o n of the country. After sett'.lngi h U claim he began Improving and at present It. IB one of the moat viiluuhlo pieces of land In Caldwoll cniinty. About eighteen years ago his first w i f e died and three years he married Mrs. HuUla Harlpw of Duvlosa county. Jnat throe weeks from the day of Mr. Mann's death w|ft* passed away. I l l s hualth' riot permit him lo altmitl the The deceased was ono of the best, k n o w n mini in Caldwell county B!BO In the western p a r r o t priinty. i-|o wag a innn who bad made ninny I'rlonds by Ills Buuare Iji.nest iloallnps and his death will mourned Over both counties. Ho wns the fnt.hor of John F. M a n n or this city.