27 May 1913
Aberdeen Daily News
The little 2-year-old son of F. J. Fitzgerald, a Dewey county homesteader, was drowned in a waterhole near the house. He was playing about the premises, when his mother missed him and upon searching for him found him lying dead in the waterhole.
Aberdeen American (15 Dec. 1918) transcribed by FoFG MZ
According to a message received here yesterday morning from Timber Lake, William Healy, a former resident of this city, died there Friday. While in this city he was connected with the federal office, in the capacity of United States marshal. Later he removed to Timber Lake, where he was connected with the federal land office until his death.
Aberdeen Daily News (3 Oct. 1914) transcribed by FoFG MZ
The nine-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Corwin of Glad Valley, near Isabel, was accidentally struck in the head by a swing, causing injury which resulted in the baby's death a short time afterward.