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Mr. Gilbert Dockings

The Paulding New Era
February 15, 1883
 
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It is always sad to have to chronicle the death of any one, but especially is it so when a young man dies in the very zenith of manhood and usefulness. 

Mr. Gilbert Dockings, a young man in the employ of Mr. Quinton at his extensive saw mill near the Tunnel; died of typhoid fever last Thursday night about 8 o’clock.  It will be great consolation to his friends and relatives to learn that Mr. Dockings did not lack for anything that kindness and human sympathy could prompt for his aid and comfort.  Mr. Quinton took him in his own house, procured the best medical skill in the person of Dr. Raines, and together with his accomplished daughters, Mrs. Henry Davis and Mrs. Gibbs, they did all in their power that experience could suggest.



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