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THE WESTERN STAR, 15 March 1907
George Freeman Formerly of Comanche-co., Dead.

T. E. Beck, formerly of this county, sends the Star the following item from Enid, Okla., under date of March 11.

George W. Freeman, a prominent farmer living near Carrier, this county, died suddenly yesterday afternoon. He was stricken while out in the feed lot and expired in a few minutes, after being carried to the house. Mr.
Freeman had been in failing health for some time, that is, he was becoming very fleshy and had not been feeling well for some time, but able to attend to business. He was in Enid several days last week looking after his business interests. Mr. Freeman, with his family came
here from Comanche-co., Kans., at the opening and settled on a farm, where he now owns a half-section of land, and has been actually engaged in the development of this country. He was a prosperous and enterprising
citizen whose loss will be keenly felt.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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