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THE WESTERN STAR, 8 November 1912
Obituary of EMERY T. LEE
Emery T. Lee Dies in Texas.

Emery T. Lee, who had been a resident of this city for the past 18 moths, died on last Monday evening in Mineral Wells, Texas, where he went a few weeks ago with the hope of benefiting his health. He had been in poor health for some time, being a sufferer from lung trouble. His age was about 38 years. He was a hard working and industrious man. He came to this county from New Mexico where he found that the altitude was
too high for the condition of his health. While here he won the favorable opinion of all who knew him. Mrs. Lee went to Mineral Wells on Wednesday and burial was made there. The bereaved wife and three fatherless children have the sympathy of all. Mrs. Lee will return to
this city and make her home here. November 15 (Abstracted) Emery T. Lee, whose death in Mineral Wells, Texas, was brought on last Saturday to this city for burial. Interment was in Coldwater cemetery.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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