The History of Ogle County, Illinois; Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns, Etc., a Biographical Directory of Its Citizens, War Recor

 
9781150915741: The History of Ogle County, Illinois; Containing a History of the County, Its Cities, Towns, Etc., a Biographical Directory of Its Citizens, War Recor
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1878 Excerpt: ...living thread can replace; that our words of consolation come not from the lips only, but from the depths of the heart. "Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings, signed by the President and Secretary, be sent to the family, and furnished to the Grange and Reporter, and other papers of the county be requested to copy. "james V. Gale, President. "Wm. J. Mix, Secretary." Tuesday morning, September 3, 1867, the people of Oregon--'«----into a state of wild excitement by the startling intelligence th» T Esq., was lying dead under the unfinished bridge. He was last seen between the hours of eight and nine, the previous evening. The bridge was finished over three spans from the West Side, and plank stringers were lain over the other two. He had evidently been beyond the unfinished part and was returning on the stringers, and is supposed to have stumbled and fallen through the bridge. Coroner J. M. Sewell summoned a jury of inquest, who returned the following verdict: Statb or Illinois, Ogle County, An inquisition, indented and taken for the people of the State of Illinois, at the Sinnissippi House, in the Town of Oregon, in said County and State, on the 3d day of September, A. D. 1867, before me, John M% Sewall. Coroner of said County, upon the view of the body of Henry A. Mix, then and there lying dead upon the oaths of James V. Qale, Christian Lehman, D. Stout, A. W. Austin, David Wertz, P. Barker, George A. Buokner, George W. Phelps, J. Cartwright, J. Sharp, G. Dwight, and M. L. Allen, good and lawful men of the said county, who, being duly sworn to inquire upon the part of the People of the State of Illinois, with all the circumstances attending the death of Henry A. Mix, and by whom the same was produced, and in what manner, an...

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