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THE WESTERN STAR, 25 June 1898
Obituary of MRS. H. C. GLASCOW
Death of Mrs. H. C. Glascow.

Mrs. H. C. Glascow, who resided with her husband on a farm one-4th of a mile east of Wilmore, died at 3 o'clock Wednesday morning, after a sickness of seventeen days. She was taken ill very suddenly while
sitting in a chair at her home chatting with her husband. She was unconscious from the date of her attack and never spoke afterwards. The nature of her sickness was for sometime a mystery. Drs. Purdon and Sombart held a consultation in her case last Monday and they came to the conclusion she had a stroke of paralysis brought on by cerebral apoplexy. She leaves a husband, but no children. The deceased was thirty-nine years of age. She was born in Brownsdale, Butler county, Pennsylvania, June 15, 1859 and moved to this county in 1893.

Mrs. Glascow was a good Christian woman and her death is a severe loss to her husband. She will also be sincerely mourned by many friends and neighbors. Rev. A. M. Buchanan conducted the funeral services at the
home at 10 o'clock Thursday, and the remains were followed to the grave in the Coldwater cemetery by a long cortege of sorrowing friends.

It was a peculiarly sad death. She was stricken so suddenly - and though the spark of life remained - her reason was clouded so she could not converse or bid farewell to her friends.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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