Eva Williams © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
A very sad accident occurred at the home of R. D. Williams, about four miles southeast of town on last Monday, June 5, 1899.
A grown daughter, Miss Eva Williams who was subject to epileptic fits had wandered from the house, fallen in a pond of water and when found was past resuscitation although a physician was sent for and everything did to save her life that could be done.
The young lady was a niece of our townsman, David Smith.
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