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Sick List

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[Check Obituaries for possible further information]

These are in loose alpha order, based on surname of 1st person mentioned in story

Mrs. Sarah Boles is very low yet. [unknown newspaper/date -- From the scrapbook of George W. Orndorff (1854-1934) Transcribed by S. Barhydt, great-granddaughter]

T. R. Cornwell has been indisposed for several days but at present is considerably better. [Clark County Herald, 24 Nov 1897 - Sub by Ron Cornwell]

P. F. Dodd is again on the sick list. [Clark County Herald, 9 Dec 1897 - Sub by Ron Cornwell]

Uncle John Drummond of Orange Township has been ailing for several weeks but later reports are to the effect much improved. Uncle John is almost an octogenarian emigrating from Clark County, Indiana, to Clark County, Illinois, over 40 years ago settling on his farm in Orange Township. [Clark County Herald, 27 Feb 1878 Sub by Ron Cornwell]

B. B. Hastings has been nursing a very sore hand caused by a boil. - [Clark County Herald, 27 Feb 1878 Sub by Ron Cornwell]

Sophia Hastings has been quite sick with lung fever but at present is recovering. [Clark County Herald, 27 Feb 1878 Sub by Ron Cornwell]

Mrs. Jonathan Medsker of this vicinity is very low with lung fever. [Clark County Herald, 27 Feb 1878 Sub by Ron Cornwell]

Otto Stanfield met with a very painful accident Sunday morning. While trying to separate a bunch of sheep in his barn, he was thrown against a pitchfork and one of the prongs was forced through his foot. He was carried to the house unconscious and at this writing seems to be in very critical condition. [Clark County Herald, 9 Dec 1897 - Sub by Ron Cornwell]

From Clark County Democrat, December 17, 1902, Page 70,
ASBURY:
Mrs. Sophia Snedeker is staying with her mother, Mrs. Hukel, who is very ill. She has been ministering to the sick twelve weeks.




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