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Surnames: ROWE TUCKER MULVEY COWLES DAVIDSON LINDSLEY VanBUREN LACEY WINDSOR TOMPSON PEASE
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 12/25/1890
The 16th Mrs. J.J. Rowe was taken suddenly and dangerously ill while getting ready to go to Plymouth, Sheboygan County, on a visit. Her husband, J.J. Rowe, Sr., was down there at work. He was telegraphed to and arrived home the same night. The following day Mr. J.J. Rowe, Jr., Byron and John came from Sheboygan County to see and help care for their mother. Mrs. A. Tucker, their daughter, from Waupun, came up. She was attended by Dr. Mulvey and Dr. Cowles, from the city. Up to the present time, the doctors do not give much hope of recovery.
Mrs. Davidson, mother of Dan and Lew, is quite sick with the erysipelas. She was attended by Dr. Mulvey.
Mrs. S.A. Lindsley arrived home last week from Evanston, Illinois, with her son, E.H. Lindsley, who has been sick with Typhoid Fever. He is able to work around a very little. We are all glad to see him so well.
Miss Olive VanBuren is reported to be very sick with measles. Dr. Lacey, of Loyal, has charge of her. Also one of William Windsor’s children is very sick. Is under the doctor’s care.
Mr. Dwight Tompson and wife, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Pease, of Tomah, are visiting her in York.
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