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Last Word Wednesday - Thomas A. Morris


THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY
MARCH 20, 1907

In Memorium

DIED IN IDAHO
Thomas A. Morris

Formerly an Adair county boy, Thomas A. Morris was the son of James F. and Emeline Morris died in Boise City Idaho, January 20th 1907 of meningitis. He was a carpenter by trade and a short time before he was taken fell from a scaffold bruising his head which caused an abscess to form on the brain. He was taken with a severe pain in his head on Thursday night and before morning was unconscious died Sunday morning without regaining consciousness.

He was born near Columbia Aug. 27, 1859 was married in Milton, Illinois to Miss Mollie Hawkins Sept. 4th 1887. He leaves 4 children, his wife and one baby having died four years ago. He also leaves 3 brothers Owen of Pittsfield, Ill., Milam of Midvale, Idaho and Garnett of Carroll County, Mo. and two sisters Mollie Rosenbaum of Bogard, Mo. and Theresa Terp of Concord, Cal. He was a member of the Methodist church.

His sister THERESA.




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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS, COLUMBIA KY. MARCH 20, 1907.

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