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(August 28, 1858 - April 30, 1901)
Wyoming Newspaper Project
May 2, 1901
Died, at her home in Lusk, April 30, of apoplexy, Florence N. Hall, wife of Dr. J. S. Hall, aged 43 years. The news of Mrs. Hall's death, which was a sudden and sad one, was sounded forth by the tolling of the Congregational church bell at 5:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, came as a surprise to this community. She had not been feeling well for several days, but was able to be about, and not until Monday night was she thought to be dangerously ill. Mrs. Hall had been a resident of Lusk ever since the town was established, 15 years ago. She was always ready to help the sick or needy and was sympathetic and kind to anyone in trouble. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from the Episcopal church, of which she was a member, Rev. Craig conducting the same. The casket was beautifully decorated with cut flowers and the regalia of the Rebekah lodge, which she had worn in life, was draped over the head of the coffin. The sympathy of the community is extended to the husband, son and niece, who are left to mourn.
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