Death of Heslip Gaskill
cents than The OWL Id NINETIETH YEftR AT Doath due to infirmities of age heart trouble, claimed Heslip Gas-, t kill, aged 89 Civil war veteran, Â· j eating his supper at the homd of " son, Porteua Gaskill. four miles south [of Plalnfield, 3 o'clock. Mr. Gaskill had been In com.pa.rl- tnely good health recently and his death Wednesday night was unexpect- ed. j jn my belief that thc accident He had made his homo with his near Plainfiold for the past three j years. During this time he waÂ«! in good health and able to got around well for a. man of that age. nothing Mr. Gaskill was bom in Guernsey-' C ring co, near Cambridge. For several yeara ho lnadc hls llomc in Oxford - ' use He wa5 married three times, out- To the first mar r laire wore born three children: Mrs. Tilhe Mc-Fee, 7'icasnnt Valley; Mrs. Cor* Millor. of ninghnmton, N*. Y.; and Miss To his second Gaskill, of Plalnfipld. there were ^ ^ ^ or of Mlchigtn; Porteus Gask.ll, of nnd Mrs. Lucy Hosfelt, Coshoc dive ton. One son Russell Gaskill marriage. ' was a member of t h e ! Methodist to Plainflo M. E. church in charge of Ian and ii member of the G. A. R. He Served thruout thc Chll war. He was in thc samo regiment with the late onel McClaln, of West Lafayette. The funeral services wlll be hold afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Burial will be Id cemetery. !