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 - THE DEATH RECORD. " J ' Cooper Many Homes...
THE DEATH RECORD. " J ' Cooper Many Homes Saddened During the Part Week by the Activity of Grim Reaper Death. •• "• •"••'• • ,to Kebey Holbrook Shepherd. ( sadden: At the Baptist hospital ;in Mus- kogee at 2 Jj^m. last Friday death relieved theToffering of Kelsey H.' Shepherd, thejwell known Brush Hill merchant.' Mr. Shepherd was .the victim of an assassin's bullet, the account of the tragedy being published in this paper a couple of Weeks ago. Following the>i>h«oting' Mr. Shepherd was taken to Musko- gee in the hopes of saving his life, but to no avail. (this Deceased was born at Preston- burg, Floyd county, Ky., Dec. 5. 1869, being 49 years and 1 old at the time of his death. lie] came to old Indian Territory in 18&0, locating in what is now Mc- Intosh county, and lias since that time made this county his home. He was probably one of the best known men in the county and was loved and admired by " everyone ^ho had the pleasure of his ac- a quaintance. Mr. Shepherd was united in marriage in 1897 to Miss Addie M. McNally, and to this un- ion was born 9 children, two of which died while infants.' in He was a member of the Baptist church at Brush Hill and was al- ways' active in every movement which had for its purpose the bet-1 tennent of mankind. The wife and; children who survive have the deepest sympathy of the entire' community in their §a$ bereavement. . Fnneral services were held at' the Brush IL^Il Baptist church Sunday morning in charge of Kev. K. 1 | )( , r The Oddfellows of which deceased was ;i mem bad charge of the .services grave. at tli-

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  1. The McIntosh County Democrat,
  2. 12 Dec 1918, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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