Bio: Kimp, Mrs.--"evidences of insanity" 1879
Contact: Vickie

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 10-17-1879

Drs. Templeton and Morely were called to Humbird last Monday to examine a Mrs. Kimp, who has shown evidences of insanity. They found her to be insane at periods, when she becomes violent at times. She has a husband and five children, is industrious and does her own housework, having the care of her family during her husband’s absence on the railroad, where he is working. With proper treatment her mind can probably be restored.



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