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Monday, February 4, 2013

Infant Tilton passes

Danville Commercial News
July 15, 1881

A Sad Case
The remains of an infant child of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Tilton, of Newtown, who died at Walnut Ridge, Ark., on Monday morning, arrived in the city this morning via Terre Haute over the Vandalia road from St. Louis. It will be remembered that Mr. and Mrs. Tilton left for Hot Springs, Ark., about four weeks since on a health-seeking expedition. After they had been there two weeks their six month old child was taken ill. It gradually grew worse until Sunday last when the attending physician advised Mr. and Mrs. Tilton that there was no hope for the child if they remained there and further advised the bereaved parents that there was a possibility of the child's recovery if they would start for home. Accordingly they boarded the Sunday night train and got as far as Walnut Grove, Ark., when the failing condition of the little sufferer necessitated a lay-over. The child did not live but a few hours. Mr. and Mrs. Tilton arrived in the city Tuesday afternoon.

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