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Sawyer, Jason G.

North Platte Telegraph, 22 May 1889

In this city on Saturday the 11th inst. At the age of 62 years, Jason G. Sawyer. The funeral occured Monday the 13th from the Methodist church under the auspices of Stephan A. Douglas Post No. 69 G.A.R., which he was a member.



Schatz, Nellie

North Platte Telegraph, 10 April 1884

On Friday, April 4, 1884, of inflammation to the lungs, Nellie, wife of George Schatz, in her 24th year. Mrs. Schatz left a babe about one and one half years of age, and a devoted husband. Her funeral services were conducted by Rev. Conway, at the Catholic church, on Saturday. The funeral was largely attended.


Stuart, Mary

North Platte Telegraph, 10 April 1884

On Wednesday, April 9, 1884, of paralysis and rheumatism, Mary Brown, wife of William J. Stuart, aged 27 years, 6 months and 29 days.

The spring of 1884 will long be remembered by the writer as a time when Death was more than usually busy with friends who virtues were great and whose characters shone bright among their large circles of associates. Mrs. KEITH, Mrs. NEVILLE, Mrs. STUART; where in our city can the Dread Destroyer find another trio like them? His search will not be a short one.

Mrs. Stuart, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown, came to this city in its early days. As a young lady, as a wife, she ever held the esteem of those about her. Her disposition was sweet, kind, loving and generous. She was a consistent, working Christian, a member of the Episcopal communion. Her death is particularly sad. From ordinary good health, she became, some ten days ago, instantly helpless, every moment ready to topple over eternity's brink, and, unable to talk, denied the poor privilege of bidding her loved ones a last, fond, loving farewell. She leaves three sons, all less than four years old, a loving husband, parents, brothers and sister.

The funeral will be tomorrow, Friday at 2 o'clock from the Church of Our Savior, Rev. Grahm officiating.

 

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