History of New Rockford: Nov. 25. 2019

 

November 25, 2019



The morning of Nov. 1, 1902, revealed the remains of the Halloween pranks carried out by the town’s boys and girls; the “Transcript” commented that in a few cases property was destroyed and that was “to be deplored.”

On that day, Mrs. A.J. Larkin went to Leeds to join her grain-buyer husband. Frank Lewis, who had suffered the previous several years with paralysis, died at his home near Tiffany. He had been bed-ridden for two or three years. He left a wife and five children. His funeral was on Nov. 2, with burial in the Knox Presbyterian Cemetery. [To my knowledge, there is no “...



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