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Susie C. Hind

The Western Star, July 20, 1900.


Hind - On Wednesday, July 11, 1900, at her home in Protection township, Comanche-co., Kansas, Mrs. Susie C. Hind, aged 35 years, 11 months and 18 days.

The deceased was born on July 23, 1864, in Greyson-co., Kentucky. In the spring of 1886 she came to Kansas, settling in Clark-co. She was married to D. W. Hind at Ashland on August 6, 1889, and a few years later Mr. and Mrs. Hind moved to Comanche-co., where they have since lived.

Mrs. Hind had always enjoyed good health and when, only two or three weeks before she died, she took sick no one thought but what she would soon recover her usual health. She grew worse, however, the disease some from of throat trouble, seeming to baffle the physicians. Death came at 7 o'clock on the evening of July 11.

Six children, three boys and three girls, are left motherless and a sorrowing husband is deprived of the counsel, the encouragement and the help which only a faithful wife can give. Mrs. Hind was devoted to her family and was highly esteemed by all who knew her.

The funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon, Rev. C. M. Gray, of Coldwater, preaching the funeral sermon. Burial took place in the Protection cemetery.

Delville W. Hind, husband of Susie C. Hind.

John Harold Hind, son of Susie C. Hind.

Marian Hind, daughter of Susie C. Hind.

Thanks to Shirley Brier for contributing the above obituary to this web site!

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