Princeton, Indiana newspaper dated Wednesday, November 13, 1901


After Long Illness


Death of William O. Kell Occurs This Morning



William O. Kell, residing at No. 1108 South Race street, died at 5:30 o’clock this morning, after fifteen months of suffering from consumption. He had been near death’s door for the past two or three days and his death was not unexpected.



Deceased was 43 years of age and was formerly a farmer of this county. He leaves a wife and six children, a mother, two brothers and three sisters to mourn his demise. His brothers are Louis and John Kell, of this city.



Mr. Kell was a faithful member of the C. P. Church (Cumberland Presbyterian) and was a man well liked by those who knew him.



The funeral will take place from the late residence tomorrow afternoon, at two o’clock, Rev. Madden officiating. The interment will be in Archer cemetery.