Dickson, George

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Dickson, George - GEORGE DICKSON DEAD. A Venerable and Well Known...
GEORGE DICKSON DEAD. A Venerable and Well Known Farmer of Sinking Valley. George Dickson, one of the mosfc widely knovti farmers of this section o'thes'ate, clipcl suddenly ni 6 80 o'clock J une 2S af tho residence of his foo, David W. Dickson, on E tui Hill, where he had madn his home during recent years. Although somewhat. tT<viM<vi with indigestion and feeling imnspused the past few days, Mr. Dirkson was uot seriously ill and ten uuiuntes before he died he wai sitting under a troo in the yard reading, whou hn feh faint and walked into the hnnso to his room. There he lay down npon tho sofa, remarking that ho felt very sick, and in a few momenta ho expired. Death was due to apoplexy. George Diokson was the son of David Dioksou, a pioneer farmer of Sinking Valley. The son followed in ihn father's occupation and spent a'I his life in farming, occupying plains in Sinking and A few years work and if son at E leu visitor to Ty- Wurrinr's M^irk ago he retired from if had shine resided wiih Hill He was a frt'tiv T ™nowhpr.-li! had many frif-ucU, and : all whi> kinw luni re«pacted his sruriiy ;uid ap.ipbt ch-irai t-r. Hewaslon^ a me.iib-r of ;b<i First, Pr.-^sii-, r. tian (lua-.-b ..I i.'yroiip, hut at tho tiiun o? his death Ids luf-mtfivhip wn i witu the Or- Ic Pro>byter'nu cluircu. Born in MnMiii: Valley Nnv-mb.ir IS, 1834, Air. Dioksou WHS ngfit 74 TIMTS, S | months -r d U) days. His \viu-, \vhosn ! i:;ai Im r.amo was Jane Dysirt, died i about. x and a half yi-.irs n^'o Two foii.s survive him, David W., of Kden Hill, and George A., formerly of Newcastle, bnfc now residing at Fall Brook, California. One sister and four brothers lire also survivors: Mrs. My . j ^'"pleton, of Tyron-; M ,trh«w. of Des Moinos, Iowa; David, cf Eli/ibethtown, N. Y : John, nf >«i,iking Vulley; aud Adum L., of Tyrone. The Jun 'r<il was held Saturday i "'""""B. with Cervices at the home of Davlrt w - Eden Hill, at u) o'clock, conducts! by Rev. L. M. Lewis, o( Arch Sprinp lateraieiit in Grand^ VIBVJ cemetery, Tyrone. j

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  1. Tyrone Daily Herald,
  2. 05 Aug 1909, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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