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SQUARE DEALER, SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA ,
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910
Fallen Asleep
Emma D. Hill

Emma D. Allison was born at Covell, Ill, Nov., 12, 1865, and died at Shattuck, Okla., April 9, 1910. The early part of her womanhood was devoted to school teaching. June 7, 1893 she was married to James B. Hill of this Union three sons were born. These sons, her husband and her mother and father mourn her loss.

At the age of eighteen Mrs. Hill became a Christian since that time she has been a faithful follower of Christ, until ill health compelled her to quit she was an earnest and efficient teacher in the Bible school.

About a year ago she took the dread disease, consumption, and was brought by her husband to this place for her health. But in spit of all efforts to restore her to her health. The soul took its departure from her frail body April 9th and went back to the God who gave it.

While here she made many friends who sympathize with the husband and son in their great loss.

The funeral services were conducted by Ed McKinney April 9 at the Christian church of this city and Mr. Hill took the body back to Covell, Ill for interment.


Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider

Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society


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