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THE WESTERN STAR, 17 September 1892

Mrs. Catherine Lease, wife of A. D. Lease, died very suddenly at her home in Coldwater township, 4 miles southwest of this city, last Sabbath, September 11. She is said to have felt as well as usual and to have partaken of a hearty breakfast on the morning preceding her death, but a short time after breakfast she was taken with a violent headache, and gradually grew worse until Sunday evening when a doctor was summoned. She never rallied, but died about midnight. The doctor in
attendance is of the opinion that death was caused from apoplexy. The deceased was 69 years of age. She leaves a fond husband and four grown up children as well as a number of relatives and friends to mourn her
sudden demise. One married daughter resides at Russelvania, Ohio, an unmarried daughter, Miss Sadie Lease, at Lincoln, Nebraska, and two children reside in this county, viz: S. S. Lease and Mrs. Arrington. The
remains were laid away in the city cemetery Monday evening, to await the call on resurrection morn.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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