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Tampico Tornado, September 10, 1914

Submitted by Les Niemi

Tampico Tornado
September 10, 1914
Austin T. FOY Dies At The Home of His Daughter in Minot, North Dakota

Austin T. FOY a farmer and business man and for many years a resident of Tampico xxxx xxxxx September 2, 1914 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clayton TEACH in Minot, North Dakota. He had been sick for over a year with a xxxx xxxxtion of diseases due to xxxx xxxxx advancing years. The funeral xervices were held at Minot and xxxx xxxx xxx there for the present.

Austin T. FOY was born in xxxx county, Illinois, and xxxx xxx Whiteside county with his xxxxx xxx being among the plxxxx xxxx xx the Yorktown-Lyon county. He enlisted in the army in January 18XX and was hornorably discharged in July 18XX. In May 1876 he was married to Lucinda McKENZIE and two children were xxxxx to this union both of whom are living xxx Bertha TEACH and Maude. Xxxxx years ago he went to join his daughters who had made their homes in Eyebrow and here his health xxxx xxx down under the strain of xxxx xxxxx with his daughter he moved to Minot, North Dakota, about a year ago xxxx place had since been his home. The widow and the two children and his three brothers: Wesley and Morrill of Tampico and Milton of Mxxxx Ind., and four sisters: Mrs. E.A. EMMONS, Mrs. Sarah BURDICK, Mrs. Eva RENSLOW all of Tampico and Mrs. Frank McKENZIE of Portis, Kansas survive.

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