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Obituaries and Deaths

 

 

Warren McKee

Eggers Child

Albert Stoddard   

 

 

 

 

Warren McKee

Warren, the 3-year-old son of County Commissioner W. S. McKee, died Friday and was buried at Harrisburg Saturday.

Omaha World Herald Oct. 5, 1898
Transcribed and contributed by: Dan Zwakman


Eggers Child

The little son of Rev. Eggers died in Harrisburg Saturday and was buried Sunday.

Omaha World Herald Oct. 5, 1898
Transcribed and contributed by: Dan Zwakman


Albert Stoddard   

Albert Stoddard Drops Dead

A telegram received by Jas. Babbitt of this city, yesterday morning announced that Albert M. Stoddard dropped dead on his ranch in Banner County.

Mr. Stoddard was one of the early settlers of Lincoln County, having taken a homestead and timber claim six miles west of town in 1873 and made his home one of the most attractive in the valley. He continued to reside on the land until six or seven years ago, when her removed to a ranch in Banner County.

He raised a large family of children, two of the sons, Fred and Will, living in McPherson County, the others reside in different sections of the west.

Mr. Stoddard was a excellent citizen, and while a resident of this county took an active part in its business and political progress, and for three years held the position of county commissioner.

He was a veteran of the Civil War, and was seventy two years of age.

His old friends in North Platte will regret to learn of his death.

The North Platte
April 9, 1912




 

 

 

 

 

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