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DUNBAR, Mary -- Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 29 March 1895 White Church item: Mary Dunbar had the misfortune to get something in one of her eyes a few weeks ago. Two doctors have been consulted but it does not seem to be much better. It has become very painful. We hope it may be better soon
GRAVES, Martin (taken to Central Hospital)
MILLER, Ada -- unsound mind -- Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal, 11 January 1895 Tuesday morning Mrs. Ada Miller, the wife of Walter Miller, was declared of unsound mind and Charles Miller was appointed her guardian. Mrs. Miller is possessed of considerable property. - Kim H
MILLER, George - smallpox
OBERSHANE, Robert - Crawfordsville Weekly Journal,Crawfordsville, 25 July 1874 Robert Obershane, living at the residence of V. W. Clark, a short distance northeast of town, was last day examined by a medical commission presided over by Esquire John W. Ramsay and pronounced a fit subject for the insane asylum.
SMITH, John H. - hips mashed - Shale plant
SRADER, Dora -- Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 30 June 1899 - The item in regard to Mrs. Srader being taken to the asylum in Monday's paper was a mistake as to the name. It should have read Miss Dora Srader, daughter of Mrs. James Srader
THORNBURY Dr (John R. - family) - bad meat
WELLS, Alfred - Crawfordsville Weekly Journal,Crawfordsville, 30 June 1899- Taken to the Asylum Sheriff Canine and Deputy Barton Wednesday took Alfred Wells to the insane asylum at Indianapolis. Wells appeared in pretty good spirits, but was very quiet and gave no trouble on the trip over.
WILSON, Henry - Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Indiana Friday, Aug 9, 1895 "Number 13" news item Henry, the 17-year-old son of John Wilson is very low with consumption [tuberculosis].