Mary McNeish


Died, Thursday, Aug. 31, Mrs. John McNeish, aged 24 years and 6 months. During the six week's illness, Mrs. McNeish suffered constant pain but bore her affliction with Christian fortitude. She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss. The bereaved have the sympathy of the entire community.

--Paxton Record.  7 September 1882.

Rebecca Supplee

Died at the residence of L. E. Bressie, Roberts, June 9, 1882, Rebecca Supplee, mother of Mrs. L. E. Bressie. Mrs. Supplee was born in Philadelphia, PA., A. D. 1802. She has been a member of the Baptist church for 50 years, was a devoted Christian, and a kind, affectionate mother. During the last 15 years of her life she was an invalid, suffering the most intense bodily pain; but in all her affliction, her childlike faith never forsook her a moment, and quietly her spirit was taken to Him who gave it.

--Paxton Record.  22 June 1882

Ruth Newman





--Paxton Record.  18 August 1887. 1 September 1887.


 
 


Robert Adamson





--Roberts Herald.  9 July 1919.


Isabella Newman

It grieves us to report the death of Mrs. Thomas Newman, who departed this life Friday May 14, to enter upon a brighter and happier future. Mrs. Newman was an affectionate wife, a kind mother, and a good neighbor. She leaves a large family and numerous friends to mourn her departure.

--Paxton Record.  20 May 1880.

Sigmund Funk

 
 --The Pantagraph.  8 April 1909. Page 4.

John McDonald Jr.

Died, at his residence, three miles north of Roberts, Sunday evening, Jan. 2?th, John McDonald. John was a young man of about twenty seven, just entering upon life when the destroyer in the shape of diphtheria laid him low. He leaves a brother, two sisters and a circle of friends to mourn his death. So passed from our midst one who was the very embodiment of health and vigor surely, "thou hast all ?? for ??

--Paxton Record.  29 January 1880.