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KINSPORTS, William M. (Dr.)
|Hastings Tribune, 22 Feb 1895, Contributed by Lisa Baker|
|DR. WILLIAM M. KINSPORTS.|
Dr. William M., son of Porter and Margaret Kinsports, died at the residence of his parents, at Cherrytree, Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, aged about 26 years.
Deceased had been suffering with that dread disease, consumption, for the past few years, and was able to be about until Monday of last week, when he went to bed, and from that time until his death it was plainly evident that he was sinking fast. He was highly respected by all who knew him, and his death is cause for sincere sorrow to all his acquaintances.
He is mourned by two brothers—Clyde and Boyd, both at home — four sisters, Minnie, who is married to John Driscoll, in Ronceverte, W.Va.; Gertrude, married to J.R. Wilson, who lives in the West and Estelle and Nan, both residing at home. Beside these he leaves a father and mother to mourn his loss. The father is one of the best known citizens of the county, and has extensive acquaintances among lumber dealers throughout the state.
The funeral will take place Sunday, interment will be made in the Odd Fellows cemetery, in that place.