From the Adams County Press, Volume XXXI Number 35, Saturday February 6, 1892, Page 5 Mr. Nelson McINTYRE died at his home Saturday morning, January 30, 1892. Mr. McINTYRE was born on October 29th, 1820. Two years ago he moved from Princeton on a farm two miles north of Friendship and resided thereon up to the time of his demise. On the first day of January, 1891, he was taken ill and had gradually grown worse, and at times experienced intense suffering, until early on the morning of January 30th, when he was called to go on to the home where his sufferings would be no more. His remains were taken to Princeton and there laid at rest in the family lot, the services being held Wednesday. The warmest sympathy is with the bereaved widow, who, owing to a severe attack of the grippe, was compelled to remain at home. Mr. McINTYRE was a faithful member of the Congregational church, a member of the Odd Fellows Society and a man who was a friend to everyone who made his acquaintance. He leaves a widow and five grown-up children, three boys and two girls, who deeply mourn the departure of a loving husband and an affectionate father.
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