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St. Alban's Messenger
St. Alban's Messenger
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Description: Obituaries: HYDE, HOLMES, SPOONER, COFFEE.

Date: February 7 1861

Newspaper published in: St. Alban's, VT

HYDE - In Lancaster, Wis., January 11th, of affliction of kidneys, Mr. Luther Allen HYDE, of the Mansion House, aged 61 years. Mr. HYDE and family emigrated in 1855, with several brothers and sisters and their families from Fairfax, Vt., to Lancaster, and shortly thereafter because the proprietor of the Mansion House, which himself and excellent lady have since kept in a manner entirely satisfactory to the public, while the same has yielded a fine income, placing the family beyond want. The excellencies of deceased as a landlord and citizen are matters of public notoriety; as a husband, parent, and friend, he was kind, generous and unchanging. His sickness was of but three days' duration, a warning that apparent good health is no guaranty against sudden dissolution. (Grant Co. Herald.)

HOLMES - In Georgia, Jan. 22d, Stephen HOLMES, of consumption, aged 66 years.

SPOONER - In Waterville, Iowa, Jan. 17th, Miss Paulina SPOONER, sister of Col. Jonathan SPOONER, formerly of this town, aged 70 years. Windsor papers please notice.

COFFEE - In East Georgia, Jan. 25th, of consumption, Mr. John COFFEE, aged 74 years.

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