Samuel and Josiah Clawson 9 Jan 1889
General Gen- him. the have to to We are sorry to learn that is prevailing to an alarming extent the neighborhood of Taylorsville. Mr. Adam Stonebreaker buried four of 'his children last week, and Ihe lives of the remaining two are despaired despaired of. Jacob B. Lydick has buried one of his children. The family of Smith Long is afflicted with the same dread disease. Samuel Clawson, son of Josiah Clawson, had a severe attack but, we are glad to learn, is convalescent. We sympathise with our old neighbors and hope the disease Â·will not spread further.