Iowa Old Press
Davenport, Scott, Iowa
Sep 2, 1847
On the 24th ult., Eliza Ann, only daughter of Andrew and Mary Ann DOYLE,
aged 10 months and 21 days.
On the 25th ult., Frank, youngest child of H.B. and Eliza B. FINLEY, aged 22
Supposed Loss of Emigrants
The St. Joseph's Herald of the 27th ult., gives a list of persons supposed
to have been murdered by the Indians in Oregon among whom we find the
following: Mr. Tucker and 7 person of Rock Island, Ill.; Job and Jonathan
Parr and families of eleven persons of Lee co., Iowa; Mr. McCracken & family
of five persons from Wapello co., Iowa; Wm. Daniels and four persons of
Jefferson co., Iowa; and Mr. Bothe and six persons of Lee co., Iowa. We
trust that they may yet all arrive at their place of destination.
Sep 9, 1847
In Little's Grove, August 24, Francis LITTLE, son of Samuel and Salome
LITTLE, aged 5 years and 5 months.
In this vicinity on the 27th ult., Camilea, youngest daughter of James and
Sarah McMANUS, aged 2 years, 10 months and 4 days.
Sep. 16, 1847
In this place on Thursday 7th inst., Edwin Oscar, youngest son of Daniel and
Ellen B. MOORE, aged 1 year, 3 months and 1 day.
Sep. 23, 1847
In this place on Friday last, the 17th inst., Charles Cleland, youngest son
of Gilbert and Ann Marie McKOWN, aged 5 years and 8 months.
In Rockingham, on Monday last, 20th inst., Adrian Hubbard, youngest child of
Adrian H. and Harriet DAVENPORT, aged 8 months and 1 day.
Near Davenport on Friday evening last, Jesse N REED, son of Jesse P and Mary
REED, aged 1 year and 28 days.
In this place on Thursday last, by John Rowser, Esq., Mr. Terey M. TAYLOR of
Rock Island co., Ill. to Miss Lydia C. FRY of Pleasant Valley, Scott co.
Sep. 30, 1847
In this place on Tuesday, 28th inst., of inflammation of the throat, Thomas
Vincent, son of Thomas V. and Emily A. BLACKMORE, aged 2 years, 10 months
and 9 days.
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