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At Pilot Knob, Missouri, Nov. 6th, 1861, Carlos L. Stephens, 2d Lieut. “Sheboygan Co. Independents” [8th] Wis. Reg. U.S. Volunteers – aged 28 years 6 months and 16 days.
He was a son of Mr. Rufus Stephens of Lowville.  [large portion of obituary is illegible, describing his progression from NY to Sheboygan, WI. Following is the last paragraph]
He was seized the day following the battle with typhoid fever, and died at a hotel, at Pilot Knob [?] a desire , if practicable, to be [?] Lowville, N.Y.(The Journal And Republican (Lowville, NY) – Wednesday, November 20, 1861)Jim Dezotell

John Martin Swearingen
John Martin Swearingen was born Jan. 1865 in Iron Co., MO, died Feb. 25, 1921 in Iron Co., MO. He was the son of William and Sarah Huff-McFadden-Swearingen. His wife was Anna Middleton-Swearingen.
(Submitted by Connie Eudy LaPlant)

Death of Charles Seitz
Charles Seitz prominent young merchant of Middlebrook. Iron County, Mo., died last night at the residence of his wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hauch, 1318 South Eleventh street. Deceased came here about six weeks ago to place himself under medicaltreatment, as he was suffering with. trouble connected by a bad cold. He was well known and respected among the business community of this city and leaves a wife and two small children, The interment will take place at Middlebrook.
Date: Tuesday, December 2, 1890  Paper: St. Louis Republic (St. Louis, MO)  Volume: LXXXIII  Issue: 22088  Page: 12

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