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THE WESTERN STAR, 3 December 1909

Jack Hamilton, who resided two miles east of Wilmore, died last Sunday morning. The cause of Death was consumption. While he had been very poorly for some time, death came unexpectedly. Mr. Hamilton was an old Santa Fe conductor, serving with that company for a number of years, until two years ago when he retired from the service and went on a farm in Nebraska. He leaves a wife and a step-daughter. His wife was formerly Mrs. Mahan. The body was taken in charge by the Masons and was taken to Medford, Okla., for burial. Mr. Hamilton was of high standing in the Masonic order, having advanced to the 32nd degree. He was a well respected and honored citizen, and will be greatly missed among his many friends and brother Masons, and especially among the railroad boys. We
extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved wife and other members of the family. May God bless and comfort them in this hour of sorrow.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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