William Moss Surprised Over Death of Former Wife - The Iola Register 17 Feb 1906 Page 3
MR. MOSS SURFRISED 1 FIRST NEWS OF DEATH OF DIVORCED DIVORCED WIFE IN THE REG: ISTER. Had He Knovm She Was III He Would •Have Gone to Her—Grieved Over Death. William M. Moss, who lives at ^24 North Jeffersom street, and who was the husband of Mrs. Grace Moss, who died Wednesday at Stafford,' Mo», a few hours before Judge Foust granted a decree of divorce to him legally Separating Separating Mr. and Mrf. Moss knew nothing nothing about the death of Mrs. Moss until until he read it in the Register last night. It is needless to say that he was greatly grieved and shocked. "I had written to her but I had not heard from her for ever six months. Had I known that she was sick I would have stopped' legal prticeedings and gon^ to her. Even with all that had passed between us under the circumstances I would have gone to her. The Way things stand now it appears that I had been very heartless In tbe matter, matter, but if I had only known it would not have been that way. There was no way for me to find out. I wish I lad known about her but there was no i^ay for me to fiU'd out. I had not heard from her for six months, al- hongfa I bad written. Wljen I last "ird of her she was well and I did not know that she was sick until I .'3rd she was d^d. I know hbth- • % abont what caused her death." .Mr. Moss bad kept up the member- hip in the Harrlso nMutual Burial Association for both himself and Mrs. Moss and It waa only when Mr. Cul- -tson was notified to prepare for ' e funeral that her death was known . re. She died Weiinead&y mondng \iA the divorce granted Mr. Moss dep- . -a ting him from Mrs. MAsa was grant : Wednesday aftemodii. '