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– Well Known Farmer, Dies – The death of William H.
Patterson, 70, occurred Sunday [June 23, 1935] at 10 o’clock at
his farm home southwest of Hartford.
A resident of Hartford for the past 19 years, Mr.
Patterson and an only son, Clarence, operated a dairy here until
six years ago, disposing of the business to Dale Wolcott,
He never fully recovered from a major operation last winter.
Born in Sugar Island, Kankakee county, Illinois, he came here in
1916 from Chebanse, ILL.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mary Patterson and a son Clarence.
He also leave three grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Maude
Cox and Mrs. Melvin Peck, both of Chebanse, ILL. Mr.
Patterson was a member of the Gleaners. He had acquired a
wide circle of friends during his residence here, among whom he
was held in the highest esteem.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o’clock from the Keeler Methodist church, with the Rev. J.H.
Balfour of Coloma officiating. Burial will be made in the
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