Death Has Called For Two

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The Fort Dodge Messenger: July 9, 1903

Death Has Called For Two

Leo Halligan Died Wednesday Night After Long Illness.

Funeral Will be Saturday Morning in Corpus Christi Church – Mrs. A.P. Minard is Dead.

Leo Halligan, the eighteen year old son of Mrs. Christopher Halligan, died at his home in the city Wednesday night between eleven and twelve o’clock.

He had been ailing since Christmas. Prior to that time he was a student at the Wahkonsa school and was most popular among his school fellows.

He leaves three sisters, Jennie, Kate and Anna, besides his mother, and brother, Thomas, all of whom reside in the city. His father, the late Christopher Halligan has been dead over ten years.

The funeral will occur from Corpus Christi church Saturday morning at 10 o’clock.

After a five week’s illness Mrs. A.P. Minard passed away at the hospital this morning at two o’clock. Death was caused by typhoid fever.

Deceased was aged 24 years old and was the wife of A.P. Minard, a stone cutter residing on Twelfth avenue south and Sixth street. The body will be taken to Yetter Friday for interment at that place.

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