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    Cambria Freeman, 19 Nov 1880, Page 3, Contributed by Lisa Baker

The Johnstown Tribune of Saturday last states that Mr. Wm. B. Horne, son of Mr. Nathaniel Horne, of that place, died on the morning of that day at Fort Scott, Kansas, in the twenty-sixth year of his age. The deceased left Johnstown about two years ago, and became a fireman on the railroad between Kansas City and Fort Scott. Three months ago he was attacked with malarial fever, and after recovering from the disease was prostrated with dropsy, which culminated in his death. His sister, Miss Columbia A. Horne, went out to Fort Scott several weeks ago and remained there with him until his death. His remains were interred in the cemetery at Fort Scott on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Horne and family will have the sympathies of all who know them in their sad bereavement.

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