Mary roe Patterson obit

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a to at the to at the and of the heathen without excuse. Ex. Death or Sir.. rattrraon la California. The following is gleaned from a letter letter to the editor of this paper by Mr. Louis Dewees, formerly of this city, but now of California: National City, Cal.. April 23, '88. Mrs. Mary J. Patterson, wife of James Li. Patterson, living oue and one-half miles from Oneonta, San Diego county, California, died at her home Sunday. April 22, at 5 o'clock a. m., after an illness of three mouths, of abscess of the spleen, aged 3D years, 10 months and 22 days. Mrs. Patterson leaves a devoted husband and six children to mourn her loss. It will be remembered that her oldest son was killed in the Southern California railroad yards at National Citv. on the 22d dav of January, January, 1888. Mr. and Mrs. "Patterson have many friends in Emporia and Leavenworth, Kansas, as well as sonvi relatives, who will regret regret to learn of her untimely death. She was buried from the Catholic church in San Diego and laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery at Old Town, about four or five miles from the city of San Diego, at 9 o'clock a. m. April 24th, where her son Charley was hurried. hurried. Mrs. Patterson was a devoted wife an affectionate mother and a kind neighbor. Mr. Patterson lived in the Tie Jauna valley sixteen miles south of San Diego. Leavenworth papers please copy. BElDIMi NEWHi Reading, April 30. The closing exercises exercises of the per upon return the thus round and by and will LKJL promoted win in of tors agree or rooms national of for meals the The and cents per It tions for Army

Clipped from The Emporia Weekly News03 May 1888, ThuPage 4

The Emporia Weekly News (Emporia, Kansas)03 May 1888, ThuPage 4
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