J D McKee

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J D McKee - J. D. McK«. Porter township has lost another...
J. D. McK«. Porter township has lost another old and valuedcitzen. J. D. McKee, a much respected and worthy farmer citizen, living living north of town a short distance, died early on {Saturday morning, Sept. 29, oj diabetis, at the age of 74 years. Although he had been ailing for some time, be only took his bed on Wednesday of the preceding preceding week. Tbe end was thought to be hastened by grief for his companion, who passed away last June. He mourned for her continually, frequently expressing a wish that he might soon follow her. Tbe deceased was a worthy upright citizen, highly esteemed by all his neighbors. neighbors. He was a consistent member ol the Presbyterian church for many years. He was the father of six children Iviing Margaret, Mrs. P. M. Lerch, of SHgo; J. Forrest McKee, who lives in Dixon Tenn.; Emma, Mrs. L. L. Bush, of this place; Ella, Mrs. Tetrick, of Bellview Thomas M'Kee, of Clarion; May, Mrs Madden, who lives with her father. The funeral, which was largely atten- •ded, took place on Monday forenoon Re'. McCurcly of Curllsville, a former pastor, conducting the services at the request request of the deceased. The interment took place at the Rimeasburg cemetery

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  1. The New Bethlehem Vindicator,
  2. 05 Oct 1900, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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