Randolph  County,  Indiana

The  Winchester  Daily
August 10, 1916
          Union City, Ind., August 4 - Charles Livingston,  73, was helping to load oats on his farm near Hunchbarger's Corner, five miles northeast of this city, yesterday morning, when he took the horses' heads to start them. He stumbled against an oats shock, fell and the heavily loaded wagon passed over his legs and breast. He was horribly crushed and died in a few minutes. His two young sons, Fora and Roy, were on the wagon and brother, Henry, witnessed the accident. Besides the above, he leaves a widow, a daughter, Mrs. Cora Hummel, and two sons, Edward and Clarence.
Contributed by Gina Richardson

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