Buchanan County, Missouri
"Sick List".





Abbot Frowin Conrad
Word reached this city Wednesday of the serious illness of Abbot Frowin Conrad of Conception Abbey.  He is the founder of Conception Abbey, which he inaugurated in 1873.  He was born in Switzerland in 1833 and is one of the most noted of the Catholic Clergy of the United States.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO. Feb.2, 1918

James Cacy, Jr.
James Cacy, Jr., son of James Cacy, Sr., has been quite sick for several days, but under the attention and effective treatment of Dr. Doyle he is able to be out again.
Source: The St. Joseph Weekly Gazette, St. Joseph, Mo., Jan. 2, 1879

Craig
The little son of James Y. Craig, the avenue blacksmith, while coasting on Tenth street yesterday, ran into one of the street cars on the avenue line, and was severly hurt.
Source: The St. Joseph Weekly Gazette, St. Joseph, Mo, Jan. 2, 1879

Gillian-
Miss Gertrude Gillian is ill at St. Joseph Hospital
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO. June 5, 1915

Dave Hatfield
Deputy Sheriff Dave Hatfield, who has been laid up with a broken leg for several weeks, is recovering slowly and is now able to hobble around his room on crutches.  The veteran is chafing at the slowness of his recovery and is anxious to return to duty.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO., Feb.2, 1918

Leavitt
Edward F. Leavitt of 815 No. 22nd, in point of service in the carrier division of the postoffice, one of the oldest, is very ill at the St. Joseph Hospital.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO, Aug. 31, 1918

Miss McGinnis
A young lady by the name of McGinnis was severly hurt by having a sled run over her head, while coasting on Francis street day before yesterday.  She was so severely stunned as to be rendered unconcious for about an hour.
Source: The St. Joseph Weekly Gazette, St. Joseph, MO., Jan. 2, 1879

Osborn
Mr. Homer Osborn is critically ill at the Ensworth Hospital where he was taken Sunday.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO, January 12, 1918

Mrs. Phillip Slattery
is in a dangerous condition as the result of a stroke of paralysis.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, Mo., April 13,1918

Woodson
Ben J. Woodson who has been seriously ill at Ensworth Hospital is now so far recovered that he has been removed to his home.
Source: The St. Joseph Observer, St. Joseph, MO, Feb. 21, 1920


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