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THE WESTERN STAR, 12 February 1904
Obituary of JENNIE BLACK
At her home in Taloga, Oklahoma, on Sunday, February 7, 1904, Mrs. Jennie Black, wife of Emery Black, formerly of this county.

Mr. and Mrs. Black settled 2 miles northwest of Coldwater in the early part of 1835 and continued to live here until 1893 when they moved to Taloga, Oklahoma, where they have since lived, being engaged in business in that city. Mrs. Black will be remembered by many Commanche co. people because of her sterling qualities. She always, even in the face of trying circumstances showed a genial and hopeful disposition. For some time past she had conducted a very successful millinery store in Taloga. She took sick on Sunday, January 31, and died on the following Sunday, the cause of her death being pneumonia. The body was brought to
Coldwater and on Wednesday afternoon was buried beside that of Armenta, an 11 year old daughter, who died several years ago. To the bereaved husband the sincere sympathy of kind friends here is extended.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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