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Sick List News


North Eaton:  Mrs. Nancy Cotter is very low and her death is hourly expected. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Avon:  Father Falk was taken with a fainting spell last Friday morning and came near falling down stairs.  He has been confined to his bed since.  Father Joseph Alten has been conducting the services at the Catholic church during the sickness of Father Falk. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Grafton:  Chas. Gorman is down with typhoid fever. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Avon: Little Hazel Hicks is on the sick list. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Mr. Higgins senior is quite sick.  Also, Mrs. Riley, her condition is quite critical. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

La Grange: Mrs. S.I. Hubbard is slowing improving.[The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Avon: Mrs. Hubbard is on the sick list. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]


Brownhelm: Mrs. Henry Kane has been quite ill with rheumatism, but is now convalescent. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

City clerk Park is suffering a serious illness.  His attending physician says he will be about in a few days. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]


Laporte: Friends of Mrs. Lewis M. Pounds, for many years a resident in this locality, but now residing with her daughter, Mrs. W.O. Jones in New York City, will be interested in hearing that she has so far recovered from her illness, occasioned by paralysis as to be able to walk a little and to write a letter now and then. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Avon: There was no church last Sunday evening on account of the illness of Rev. Shoot. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Brownhelm: Mr. Henry Smith met with a serious accident last week, as he was driving a horce hitched to a hay rake down a hill, the rake ran onto the horse, causing it to kick.  Mr. Smith was thrown from the rake, breaking two bones in his ankle and bruising him badly.  He is as comfortable as could be expected at this writing. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

Joshua Stevens, shot by Thomas Ryan, at Georgesville, O., is expected to recover. The report of Ryan's capture was unfounded.
[The Evening Bulletin (Maysville, Ky.), February 19, 1890 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

North Eaton:  We have just learned that Will Walkden met with a terrible accident today in Elyria, while taking a load of goods to town for E. Lynds.  Have not learned the particulars, but hear he had a leg broken and knee put out of joint. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]

The two-year old son of E.G. Woodruff, of West 5th Street, was frightfully burned this morning by a hot flat-iron which fell from the stove.  The child was lying on the floor, and the point of the iron struck its forehead, inflicting a gad wound and burning the side of the face.  Dr. Spooner was called and dressed the child's wounds. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]


Avon: Mrs. Yost is on the sick list. [The Elyria Reporter (Elyria, OH) Thur. 24 Aug 1899, tr by KT]


Diphtheria is raging at Wellington, O., three deaths having occurred from the disease. The public schools will be closed.
[The Evening Bulletin (Maysville, Ky.) February 19, 1890 - Tr by KT]

 



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