Virginia Wilson o bit-Fort Scott Daily Newspaper-04 Nov 1896 p4

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Virginia Wilson o bit-Fort Scott Daily Newspaper-04 Nov 1896 p4 - city report existing of the her also All in a...
city report existing of the her also All in a was E. the old before and MRS. W. B. KOB1NSON DEAD. Died at the Home of Mrs. C. C. Nelson this Morning. Her Mother Died a Year ago To-day. Mrs. Virginia Taylor Robinson, wife of W. R. Robinson, died at 10:30 o'clock this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Nelson, at No. 102 South Judson street, after an illness of almost a year's duration. The immediate cause of death was peritonitis resulting from a skin disease known to the medical science as psoriasis. She was thought to have been much improved the past few days and was out riding day before yesterday, but last night blood poisoning set in and her condition immediately became dangerous. Mrs Robinson was the first white child born in Fort Scott, she having been born on the plaza 48 years ago last September, and has lived here continually except nine years spent in Colorado. She was the eldest daughter of the late Col. H. T. Wilson and wife, and is survived by her husband and daughter and two sisters, Mrs. C. W. Goodlander, sr., and Mrs. T. F. Robley. Mrs. Robley has been in a hospital at Kansas City and was called home last night, arriving this afternoon. It is a coincident that Mrs. Robley's mother died just a year ago to-day at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Ihe funeral will occur from the house Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will take place in Evergreen cemetery. at

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  1. Fort Scott Daily Tribune and Fort Scott Daily Monitor,
  2. 04 Nov 1896, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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  • Virginia Wilson o bit-Fort Scott Daily Newspaper-04 Nov 1896 p4

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