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At 6 p.m. on May 11, 1908, at her home in Spokane, Wash., occurred the death of Mrs. Ina Newlin-Williams, daughter of Hiram and Ruth Newlin. Her age at the time of death was 29 years, 2 months and 6 days. Again, the Death Angel has come and sorrow has fallen on another home.

The deceased was born in Parke co., Indiana, and removed with her parents to Comanche co., in the spring of 1885. She lived here until December 1901, when she moved to Ellensburg, Wash. In January, 1905, she, with a sister, went to Pendleton, Ore. At that place she joined the Christian church, of which she continued to be a consistent member. While at Pendleton she was married to S. C. Williams on March 14, 1906. In May 1907, she and her husband moved to Alberta, Canada, and purchased a home where they lived until her health failed, when she went to Spokane to her husband's people hoping to be benefited by the change of climate, but to no avail. Her death was calm and peaceful. She was attended, during the last month of her illness, by her sister, Mrs. Ethel Dewees. She leaves a babe 10 months old, a husband, two brothers
and three sisters to mourn her loss. She was kind and tender hearted, a loving sister and devoted wife and mother.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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