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Obits > Mrs. Ataline (nee Aldrich) Morse 1918

Submitted by Les Niemi


June 20, 1918


Mrs. Ataline MORSE, a sister of C.R ALDRICH and for many years a resident of this place and one of Tampico's early settlers, died last week Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Flora DEWAR at Minot, North Dakota. The deceased has been in poor health for several years and for the past year has been nearly blind and helpless. Death was due to a general breaking down incident to advancing years. The remains were laid to rest in Minot last Friday. Mrs. MORSE was seventy-five years of age and had spent a large share of her life in this vicintiy coming to Tampico in 1855 and only going to Dakota a few years ago to make her home with her daughter. Her husband died a number of years ago. She is survived by two children, Gilbert MORSE and Flora DEWAR of Minot, North Dakota, and two brothers, C.R. ALDRICH of Tampico and John ALDRICH of Iowa, also one sister, Mrs Emma STEADMAN of Paw Paw, Mich. She ahs many friends and relatives here who were pained to hear of her death.

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