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Mrs Lucy Quisenberry Died in This City Sunday Night Of Typhoid Fever Shortly after 12 o'clock Sunday night at the home of her son in law, F.A. Howard, in this city, Mrs Lucy Quisenberry died of typhoid fever after an illness of three weeks.
Mrs Quisenberry was one of the county's oldest and most highly respected citizens and her death is regretted very much by all her friends and acquaintences.
She was in her eighty second year, and had lived in Caldwell county since early childhood moving here with her parents from Bourborn county when only four yers old.
Before her marriage Mrs Quisenberry was a Miss McConnell and was a sister of old Uncle Charlie McConnell, who departed this life a few months ago.
She was the last member of a large and prominent family. Mrs Quisenberry was a charter member of the harmony Baptist church and will be greatly missed by the congregation of the church. Up to a few years ago she took an active interest in church work and was every ready to do something for the cause of Christ.
Several children surviVes her, who are, Mrs James Thompson and Mrs Steve Wilbourn, of Brownwood, Tex, Mrs C.C. Terry and Mrs F.A. Howard, of this city and Mrs Ida Terry, of Cobb, C.F. and J.W. Quisenberry, of Brownwood, Tex and J.T. Quisenbery, of Cobb.
Her remains were laid to rest Monday afternoon in the Quisenberry grave yard near Harmony. Caldwell County aug 1904

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