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Macon Beacon (MS)
Macon Beacon (MS)
Contributed by klstacy_home

Description: Wilson Daughter Dies from Matches

Date: February 29 1896

Newspaper published in: Macon, MS


Page/Column: Page 1, Column 2

The three-year-old daughter of William Wilson, of Canfield, O., while playing with sulphur matches, ate off the heads and died from the effects of the poison within two hours of the occurrence.


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