Cathering Selsam daughter's Death 1892

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a the at burned School Jefferson, Every but still It which rain in Manor. THE WOfiK OP BEATfl. MKS. JAXE BHiISBCK«. A. telegram was received in Middletown last Saturday evening, bringing friends the sad intelligence of the on that day of Mrs. Jane Remsbnrg, of Mr. Samuel T. Remsburg, formerly that valley, at her home, near New Moorefield, Ohio. Her death resulted from softening of the brain. Mrs. R. was in the ·dth year of her age and leaves a husband and six children. She was the eldest daughter of Catharine and the late David Selsam, of Middletown valley, and a sister of Mrs. Luther M. Wise, of Garfield, Mrs Sigler, of near Burkittsville, and Mr. James S. Selsam, of Lappan's, Washing ton county. The family removed from this county to Ohio about ten years Her funeral took place on Sunday afternoon.

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  1. The News,
  2. 19 Aug 1892, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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