New Castle News, 20 November, 1893, page 1 George Brant

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New Castle News, 
20 November, 1893, 
page 1
George Brant - DIED SUDDENLY. Alle.Hi»e« ted Citizen of Scott...
DIED SUDDENLY. Alle.Hi»e« ted Citizen of Scott Towii.ship l*as.«‘s .\way satiiriiay. George Brant, an old and highly re- spec'ted citizen of Scott township, died sudJenly at his home south of Harlansburg Harlansburg Saturday. Deceased was 70 years of age, and during the past year has been in feeble health. Saturday morning he was feeling better than usual, and during the forenoon laid down for a nap. His wife was sitting in the same room, and noticing that he had lain remarkably still for 3ome time, made an investigation and found him dead. Mr. Brant moved to Scott township from Ohio. He has been a resident of the township for many years and had a wide acquaintance. He was a man of genial disposition, a kind father, a loving husband, and a good citizen. He was the father of George, Rastus, Harlan, John, Nannie and Belle Brant. Funeral Tuesday at 1 p.m. from the late resident«. Carriages leave Dunn, Buffinger, Rice Flow’s at 0:30 a. m. ______

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