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Lockridge Herald; Lockridge, Jefferson Co, IA; Friday, February 11, 1916
L.W. PRINGLE DROPPED DEAD
L.W. Pringle, a well known resident of Fairfield and Jefferson county
died suddenly Wednesday about ten o'clock. He was just turning at the
Mulenix barber shop at the southwest corner of the square when he was
stricken and was carried inside and physicians called but he had passed away
before they arrived. Heart trouble was the cause of his death.
L.W. Pringle was born in Keokuk county, April 24 [or 21], 1841, being 75
years of age. He was married to Mattie Harkness and they made their home
upon the farm on the Keokuk-Jefferson county line until ten years ago when
they moved to Fairfield. Later Mr. and Mrs. Pringle were in California for
three years returning to Fairfield last fall.
Mr. Pringle was an old soldier having fought in the Rebellion with the
30th Iowa. He is survived by his wife, who is lying critically ill at her
home and one sister Lylis Hicks of Brighton, as well as the following
children: Myrtle Kendall, Twin Falls, Idaho; Walter Pringle of Ollie; Bryce
Pringle of Brighton and Makla Mitchell of Packwood, Ia.
The time of the funeral has not been set but interment will be at
McDowell Chapel, southwest of Richland.
John Teeter passed away Monday morning at 11:30 at his home one mile
south of the city, after an illness extending over eleven months.
Mr. Teeter was the son of John and Mary Teeter and was born November 23,
184? [may be 1843] at McConnellsburg, Penn. When he was ?? years of age his
parents moved to this county where he has since made his home. In 1869 he
was united in marriage to Miss Mary H. Varner [unsure of this surname] who
survives him. To them were born three children, Dorwon Teeter of Benson,
Minn., Mrs. Emmett Mahon and Mrs. J.W. Stephenson of this city. he is also
survived by six brothers: George of Birmingham, Frank of Stockport, Robert
and Noah of Glendale, Jasper of Pleasant Plain and Elliott of Battle Creek,
Mr. Teeter served in the Civil war for four years in Co. M, 4th Iowa
Cavalry. During his life he was a man who attracted many friends and his
death will be mourned by a large circle of acquaintances.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Iowa Old Press