Harrison County, Missouri
Sick List


Ballard
Mrs. Boon Ballard, who was taken to St. Joseph, Wednesday, for an operation is very low.  Word was received late Friday night for Boon Ballard and daughter, Gertrude to come to St. Joseph immediately, as Mrs. Ballard was not expected to live.
Source:  Bethany Republican, Sept. 25, 1918

Bishop
Mrs. George Bishop returned last Thursday to her home in Akron after a visit with her sister, Mrs. A.M. Morgan who has been quite sick.
[Source: Bethany Clipper, April 14, 1911 edition]

Mrs. Brazzelton
Mrs. Brazzelton is suffering from an attack of rheumatism
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY, SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER,APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

Cummings
Mrs. Birdie Cummings is improving slowly under the care of Dr. Winningham of Blythedale.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat
County Correspondence
March, 1910
submitted and transcribed by: Melody Beery


Mrs. Davis
We are very sorry to learn that Mrs. Davis, the evangelist, who conducted a meeting at this place, two years ago and made many friends while here, is at the present in the hospital at Kansas City, undergoing a surgical procedure
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

William Davis:
W.A. Davis suffered a lacerated ear, broken ribs and severe bruises Friday at the J.S. Vanzant store when he fell down the steps into the basement.  His condition was quite serious Sunday but a little improvement was noted Monday morning.  His attending physician, W.A. Broylesstated he did not think the injuries serious, but owing to the advanced age of Mr. Davis, the shock caused from the injury and fall and his general condition makes his case quite serious.  His daughter and two sons, Mrs. Jennie Swanson, M.V. Davis of Lineville, Ia and B.A. Davis of Tulsa OK were called here to be with their father.  A nurse, Mrs. M.N. Breckenridge, is assisting in caring for Mr. Davis.  Many friends are quite anxious to hear of a change for the better in his condition.
Source: Unknown newspaper clipping


Dean
Mrs. Rose Dean is recovering from the measles.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat,March, 1910
Transcribed and Submitted by:  Melody Beery


Duff
Miss Ethelyn Duff is getting along nicely.  She has typhoid.
Source: Bethany Republican, September 25, 1918

Dunn

Theophilus Dunn and daughter, Miss Florence have been quite ill for sometime.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat,March, 1910
Transcribed and Submitted by:  Melody Beery

Dunwoody
Aunt Sarah Dunwoody is improving slowly.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat,County Correspondence,March, 1910,submitted and transcribed by: Melody Beery

Edwards
Newton Edwards is now at his home, having been released from the Reid hospital,, where he underwent an operation for appendicitis.
Source: Bethany Republican Clipper, June 1943

Hall
Floyd Hall is recovering from the typhoid fever.
Source: Bethany Republican, September 25, 1918

Hill
Mrs. Fred Hill is quite ill with fever.
Source: Bethany Republican, September 25, 1918

Hogan
We regret to learn that Mack Hogan has been seriously sick for the past few weeks.
[Source: Bethany Clipper, April 14, 1911 edition]

Hurst
Monday when Ralph Hurst, manager of the Standard Oil station, was removing some articles from an attic he fell several feet and injured one hand badly.  an X-ray proved no bones were broken, but in spite of that it is giving Ralph considerable pain.
Source: Bethany Republican Clipper, June 1943

Judd
Reverand Rowland Judd had another stroke of paralysis last week and is still in critical condition.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat
March, 1910
submitted by: Melody Beery



Martin
Lawrence Martin's baby is very low at this writing.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat
County Correspondence
March, 1910
submitted and transcribed by: Melody Beery


Harry and Bryan McCaninch
Harry and Bryan McCaninch were shocked by lighning, Saturday morning.  For awhile their lives were despaired of, but at this writing hopes are entertained of their recovery.  These are sons of M. McCaninch, who formerly resided north of here, but now lives in Redding, Iowa;
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI


D.F. Moore
D.F. Moore is lying very sick at the Allen Hotel
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

Finley Moore
Finley Moore is very sick with rheumatism at the Allen house
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI


Mrs. Lydia Moore
wife of the late Ennis Moore, has been lying critically ill at the home of her son Thomas for several days and death is expected at any moment.  Her son Perry who resides in Texas, has been summoned and is at her bedside, having arrived Thursday.
Source: Blythedale News Budget, Bethany Republican, Feb. 6, 1908

Mrs. Willard Moore
and little daughter, east of town, have been very sick for several days.  A trained nurse came from St. Joseph Saturday to care for them.
Source: Blythedale News Budget, Bethany Republican, Feb. 6, 1908

Judge Reid
Judge Reid is sick at this writing;
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

Tom Reid
Tom Reid accompanied Dr. Geeslin to his home in Eagleville, where he will take a course of treatment;
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

Shaffer
Mrs. Julia Shaffer and children moved to her farm Monday.  Mrs. Shaffer's children have been
ill but are better.
Source:  Harrison County Democrat
March, 1910, Transcribed and
Submitted by:  Melody Beery

Smith
Lewis Smith is suffering with kidney trouble and was taken to the Wood hospital Sunday afternoon.
Source: Unknown newspaper, dated June 1943


A. Thomspon
A. Thompson was in town, Saturday.  He has not entirely recovered from the grippe.
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

Todd
Mrs. Johnny Todd is on the sick list at present.  She took sick at school Friday and had to dismiss school.
[source: Bethany Clipper, October 29, 1924, transcribed by: Melody Beery]

W.R. Todd
W.R. Todd has returned form Bethany, where he has been the past month taking treatment for his eyes.  One is in a very bad conditon, the sight being gone, but they have hopes that it will be restored;
TRANSCRIBED BY MELODY BEERY
SOURCE: BETHANY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
APRIL 29, 1903 VOL.XXXI

Mrs. Lillie Turner
was taken very ill Wednesday night of last week, and for a few hours the physcian had grave fears as to a case of appendicitis, but she is much improved at this writing.

Source: Blythedale Budge, Bethany Republican, Feb. 6, 1908







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