Bio: Harlow, Phillip (Fatal accident - 1912)


Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Harlow, White, Weinberger 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  June 27, 1912 

Harlow, Phillip (21 June 1912) 

Last Friday afternoon Phillip Harlow was killed and Phillip White was badly hurt in a runaway accident which occurred in the 26th road north of this city.  White is a farmer living on that road and Harlow was his grandson who was visiting him and whose home was at Hannibal.  White was driving a fractious team and met a neighbor on the road.  The neighbor threw up his hand in greeting and his action scared the team which bolted into a barbed wire fence at the side of the road.  Both the occupants of the buggy were thrown out, the little lad being killed and White suffering a broken shoulder.  Oscar Weinberger of this city was nearly when the accident occurred. 



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