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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jefferson Fitzpatrick
The Mulhall Enterprise - Supplement
Friday, March 17, 1899
Submitted by: Debby Cook

DIED, at their home southeast of Mulhall, on March 12, 1899, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jefferson Fitzpatrick. Mr. Fitzpatrick was born August 4, 1820; Mrs. Martha Mariah Fitzpatrick, whose maiden name was Reed, was born February 5, 1838. They were married in Fayette county, Illinois, October 13, 1859. To them were born six children: William W., Alvi J., Nancy B., Jasper S., George M., and Eliza J. Mr. Fitzpatrick had been married three times. To him were born by his first wife-Elizabeth E. Walker-four children; Robert E., Esther J., Isaac J., and John M. By his second wife, whose maiden name was Nancy Cass, two children were born, Elizabeth E and Sarah E.
They died about 10 hrs. apart. Both were consistent members of the Antioch Christian church. Funeral services were conducted by the writer in the Antioch church, after which a large concourse of friends and relatives followed the remains to the Mulhall cemetery, where they were laid away in the grave to await the Resurrection morn.


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