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Obituary of LEWIS BROWN
Sudden Death of Lewis Brown

Lewis Brown, formerly a resident of Garfield, died at his home seven miles south of that place, at ten o’clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Brown had been in his usual health all day, but a few minutes before his death had laid down complaining of a pain in his chest. His wife applied hot cloths for the purpose of alleviating the pain, and after the application Mr. Brown stated that he felt all right and requested his wife to go to bed. Mrs. Brown suggested that she would make one more application of the hot cloths before she retired, and when she did so Mr. Brown rolled over on his side, gave a slight groan and expired. His death is supposed to have resulted from heart failure. The deceased was an old soldier, and has numerous family connections in this and Edwards county, to whom the news of his sudden death was a great shock.
Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf

Last Updated:  Friday, November 25, 2005 18:14:08

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