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THE WESTERN STAR, 26 March 1887

Died, in this city, Sunday, March 20, Mrs. Estella Roach, of Vinton, Iowa. The deceased was a sister of Mrs. J. W. Harding of this place. She was born in Benton county, Iowa, where she resided all her life until a few weeks ago. She came to Coldwater to try and regain her health, which had been failing for some time, but had only been here four weeks, when she began to fail rapidly. Her husband was telegraphed for, but did not get here until three days after her death. Although her stay was very short here, she drew around her many warm friends, by her sweet gentle manners. She ws a member of the United Presbyterian church and a sincere
Christian. She leaves a husband and little boy to mourn her loss. Her remains were interred in the city cemetery on Thursday, March 24.

"We shall sleep, but not forever;
There will be a glorious dawn -
We shall meet to part no never
On the resurrection morn."
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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