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Sarah Clementine Hall Walsh
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Birth: Nov. 16, 1858
Mount Vernon
Posey County
Indiana, USA
Death: Feb. 9, 1921
Belgrade
Nance County
Nebraska, USA

Daughter of Alfred and Lucy Hall. Married Patrick Walsh on May 5, 1879 in Gallatin County, Illinois.

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News-Journal (Fullerton, Nebr.), February 11, 1921, p. 1, col. 4

MRS. SARAH WELCH

Word has just reached us of the death of Mrs. Sarah Welch at her home about 4 miles S.E. of Belgrade.

Death came to relieve one of Nance County's early pioneer residents Wednesday night at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Welch has been a great sufferer for the past eight months from that dread disease, cancer of the stomach. The funeral will be held in Fullerton on Saturday Feb. 12 immediately after the morning train from Spalding arrives. Obituary next week.

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February 18, 1921, p. 4, col. 2

IN MEMORIAM

A large circle of friends were grieved to read in last week's paper that Mrs. Walsh had died on Wed. night. Mrs. Walsh had been a great sufferer fro the past ten months, but she had borne her suffering with the same fortitude that characterized her exemplary life during the long years of her residence in Nance County, as the County was passing through the trans-migrating period, converting it from a blank prairie to fertile fields of productiveness. It is almost beyond the scope of imagination of the young generation to comprehend the magnitude of the task that lay ahead of the pioneer settlers of a new country, in their struggle against the adversities that have to be met and overcome in protecting their sacred rights against the evil elements that were so prevalent in the country in the early days. This is the task that Mrs. Walsh faced after her husband, Patrick Welch, died some 32 years ago, leaving Mrs. Welch with a large family of small children to care for in addition to the task of keeping up her farm in a way that would provide a return sufficient to meet the necessities of life and educate her children, and as a living monument to the memory of her life's ambition, to educate and train her children in a spiritual and social manner, is exemplified by the fact that six children are left who are an honor to her name and a credit to the community in which they live.

Sarah Clementine Hall was born in Mt. Vernon, Indiana, on Nov. 16, 1858; where she lived till the age of 16 yrs., from there she went to Ill., where she remained until she was married to Mr. P. J. Walsh May 5, 1879.

In the year 1881 Mr. and Mrs. Walsh moved to Neb. In the year of 1883 they settled on the farm 3 miles south east of Belgrade where she still lived at the time of her death, Feb. 10, 1921, at the age of 62 years, 2 mo. 25 days.

She leaves to mourn her loss, One brother, Lucian A. Hall, of Evansville, Indiana, one sister, Lucy Hall, Mt. Vernon, Ind. One sister, Mrs. Mary Depuy, of Belgrade, and her children, Mrs. J. E. Martin, Boone, Neb., Mr. Patrick Walsh, James A., Mary E., Theresa A., [and Lucy A.] all of Belgrade, and Mrs. Sarah M. Babbitt, of Cedar Rapids.

The funeral was held from the Catholic Church at Fullerton, Neb. Saturday morning. The priests who officiated were, Father Vergil, of Fullerton, Father Vermullen of Cedar Rapids and Father Cooney of Genoa.

The remains were laid to rest in the Riverside Cemetery at Fullerton.
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Those from neighboring towns in the city Saturday to attend the funeral of their friend Mrs. Walsh were: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark, Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, Miss Laura Halpin and Miss Gilroy all of Cedar Rapids, Edw. Lamb and Mrs. M. Lamb of Spalding.

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Belgrade Herald (Belgrade, Nebr.), February 17, 1921, p. 5, col. 2

Card of Thanks

We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to kind friends and neighbors who so willingly assisted us during our recent bereavement.

Mary E. Walsh
Lucy Walsh
Theresa Walsh
James Walsh and family
Patrick Walsh and family
Mrs. H. H. Babbitt
Mrs. J. E. Martin 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Patrick J. Walsh (1846 - 1889)
 
 Children:
  John Walsh*
  Mary Ellen Walsh (1880 - 1962)*
  Thomas Walsh (1881 - 1903)*
  Patrick Walsh (1883 - 1943)*
  Theresa A Walsh (1884 - 1975)*
  Catherine M Walsh Martin (1885 - 1956)*
  Lucy A. Walsh Boyd (1887 - 1941)*
  Sarah Margaret Walsh Babbitt (1890 - 1934)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Peter Catholic Cemetery
Fullerton
Nance County
Nebraska, USA
 
Maintained by: Jan Babbitt
Originally Created by: Scott
Record added: Mar 30, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 87669806
Sarah Clementine <i>Hall</i> Walsh
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