Mararet Lingo "In The Evening Of Life" The Cincinnati Enquirer, 23 October 1893, page 4
IN THE EVENING OF LIFE Mrs. Margaret IiBg;o, a Pioneer of Cutnminvill, I Called. Remorse less dr uth yctertlay removed one of he old pioneers of Cummlnsvllie. Mrs. Margaret Margaret Lingo, one of the old'-st old'-st old'-st and most highly highly respected citizens of that place, was called Intosluidow-larid Intosluidow-larid Intosluidow-larid with hut little warning, her end coming; without a t niggle, and when her loved ones least s'l pee ted It. Mrs. Lingo na llted 111 t iimniinsvltle kltice the primitive days of the place. When the streets were laid out there it- it- one named for her husband. For one of her years the old lady wa remarkably vigorous, her physical ami mental powers being preserved to a marked degree until a few months ago, when shewai att icked by that dreadful malady consumption. iler form then wasted away by emaciation, and knoi ing that lu-rdnvs lu-rdnvs lu-rdnvs were aloiit I111111-iMrriKl, I111111-iMrriKl, I111111-iMrriKl, she earefiitiy a sited the heavenly summon. Venteiday, und. In fact, for many days pat she has been inui h letter, and when she whs called la-t la-t la-t evening her family thought thut death wns due to Mime other cause, so sudden washer end. Tim l!oroner ws called, and after essmiulug the rviualns he found that drniii was due to complete dissolution dissolution incident: to the ravages of consumption consumption of the lungs. he was Ml years old.