Margaret Eakle death not sure which Margaret
Mrs, G, Eakle Dies from an Apoplectic Stroke v Attacked Friday Afternoon While on a Visit to Mr. and Mrs, T. Rend at Monterey Friday evening a telegram was received received from Monterey -which was a painful shock and surprise to the relatives relatives and friends of Mrs. Margaret Eakle. It . announced that she was stricken t with apoplexy, about 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon, at the residence residence of Mr and Mrs. Temple Read. This morning another telegram was received convoying the information that she had passed away. A few days ago Mrs. Warren Brown wrote her husband a letter in which she noted that Mrs. Eakle and the children would soon leave the Modesto Modesto farm and visit Mr. and Mrs. Temple Read, at Monterey. Mrs. Brown also noted that her mother was feeling well. The news of her sudden affliction affliction and death was therefore a great surprise. Christian Eakle, husband of the deceased, deceased, died on Sunday, July Eth, and the body was brought to Woodland for Interment. At the time It was men- tioned'that the Eakle family had been sorely attlicted during -the year. On the first day of the year the oldest son, V .T. B. Eakle, • died. Soon afterward Helen Tilden, a granddaughter, was so badly burned that she died. The flowers have bloomed but once over these graves and now two more members members of the family have been called to pay the last great debt of nature. Mrs. Eakle's maiden nanae was Mar- Dr. old Tokay the to It this a garet Edrington,-- She was a native of Kentucky and would have been 65 years old if she had lived until the 4th of next October. Her parents came to California in 1860, and located in Yolo county, on ,the Clanton farm, a mile and a half west of Woodland. On the 10th of October, 1864, she was married to Christian Eakle. Four sons and six daughters of the union are living—Mrs. George Howard and' Mrs. Warren Brown of Woodland, Q. V. and Roy Eakle of Mazurna, Nev., Mrs. John Martin of Butte county, Mrs. E. M. Tilden o£ Richmond, Mrs. W. T. Read of Monterey, and Lewis, George and Miss Esther of Modesto. Mrs. Eakle was a resident of Yolo county for more than forty years and waa well known and highly esteemed by all the old residents of the county. The sorrow and mourning will therefore therefore not 'be confined to her family or circle of relatives. Hundreds ot people of the county will lament the loss of thia good,woman and expressions of sincere regret are heard from all ages and classes. ^ She was a Christian woman, kindly, gracious, charitable and full of good deeds. She was a devoted wife and mother, true to herself and loyal to'her friends, and her career is a record so bright and stainless that it leaves behind only memories redolent of tender tender sympathies and sweet and pleasing pleasing reminiscences. The body will be brought to Woodland Woodland for .burial but the funeral arrangements-have arrangements-have not yet been made.