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Is West Is to Turner be Industrial Rock evening is A. 30vb set of that for of the of program state is time find ib Bo- MES. IMAKY IBWIN KtLLIAK EN TEBS ETEENAL BEST. j Born In Ireland Sho Came to Davenport Davenport In 1342-t.he Had Been Ailing for Some Uime But Passes Away Suddenly--Tbe Funeral To Be Helc On Monday. At the home of her daughter Mrs. T. J. O'Meara, on Friday evening al 8:30 o'clock occurred the sudden death of Mrs. Mary inviu Killian of scnil'ts. Her de^th though a shock to her friends was not wholly unexpected. Although seemingly hearty and robust for so old a luOy she bad for several weeks been rapidly doclining. It had been her custom of late'io retire at early hour complaining of feeling tired. Shortly after eating supper on Friday evening she retired to her room. Nothing was thought of her early retiring as it had become a with her to go to bed soon after supper. About S o'clock the family they heard her calling aud when Mr.-. O'Meara went into the hall at the of the stairs she heard a moan. nng upstairs she vas horrified to her mother in a state of collapse. A physician was immediately summoned but found upon his arrival that the- lady has passed beyond human aid Killian lapsed into unconsciousness and in about twenty minutes entered) the abode of eternal rest. Mary Irwin Killian v;as born in cotnmon county Ireland, Aug. 13. 1S07. In her girlhood she was acquainted with, the great minds prominent in Irish affairs and in htr old age loved tell of the men and the times of hfr childhood and Ireland's stmgjde for n.-uioual freedom. Her husband Daniel Daniel Killian to whom she v;as married before leading Ireland proceeded her into the great unkno\vn eleven years ago. On her arrival in America she I first settled in Providence. R. I. but 1842 came to Davenport where she resided ever since. After the death her husband in 1SS3 she made h e home with her daughter Mrs. T. J O'Meara at 212 V.'est Sixth street found there a home until death*came her at the ripe old age of S3 years. The deceased was the mother of children of whom three survive her.' Mrs. William F. Orendorft of Gilbert,. Mrs. T. M. Flannigan of Willianisburs. Icwa and Mrs. T. J. O'Menra of this c!tv and a number of grand children, and great grand children also survive her. :. The funeral will be held this after- noon at 2 o'clock from thi- re?-, 3ence of tier daughter 212 Wept Sixth street witTi services at St. Anthony V church and interment in St. Marguerite's Marguerite's cemetery. j

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  1. Daily Leader,
  2. 20 Sep 1896, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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