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Submitted by Melva L. Taylor

The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls, Illinois

November 17, 1925 - Tuesday, pg 7 

HANS   O.  HANSON 

Hans Hanson of Tampico DIes At his home Monday 

Tampico, Ill: - Nov. 17 (Special) - The sad news of the passing away of Hans O. Hanson, which occurred at his home between the "Lone Tree" on the Prophetstown road and Tampico, early Monday morning, came to his relatives and his many friends in this vicinity.  

Mr. Hanson was a long sufferer, his death being due to kidney trouble, which became chronic and beyond control.  He was highly respected in the community where he lived and will be greatly missed. 

Mr. Hanson was taken early in life, at the age of 33 years, 7 months and fifteen days.  He leaves a wife, two sons, aged 14 and 6 years, besides his aged mother, Mrs. O. F. Hanson, and six sisters and three brothers; Mrs. Harry Frew, Mrs. Horace Avery and Miss Hilga Hanson, who resided in Tampico,  Mrs. August Johnson of Fairfield; Mrs. Herman Sorensen of Wells, Minn.;  Mrs. A. W. Scott of Flushing, Mich.;  P. D. Hanson, of Sheffield, Ill., and Fred and Chester Hanson of Prophetstown.  

The funeral services will be held in the Tampico M. E. church, Rev. H. A. Woodrow officiating, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.  Interment will be in Tampico Cemetery.

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