|Death: ||Jun. 13, 1910|
North Dakota, USA
Wife of T.W.
The friends of Thomas Cahill will be pained to hear of the death of his wife which occurred at their home in Ambrose, N.D., Monday. She had been ill several weeks and was too enfeebled to be moved to the hospital for an operation. Death was due to blood-poisoning. Mrs. Cahill was formerly Miss Laura Archambault of Minneapolis, and the young couple had been married a year this month. The funeral was held in Sacred Heart church in this city yesterday, interment being made in the Catholic cemetery at Janesville.
Waseca County Herald 6-17-1910
Contribute by S. R. Allen
MRS. THOMAS CAHILL AT REST
Mrs. Thomas Cahill, who has been lingering between life and death for several weeks past, passed away on Tuesday morning of this week, at about 5 o'clock.
Seldom has it been our duty to record so sad a death. Although her death was hourly expected, a dark gloom spread over the community when the news was spread from one to another on Tuesday morning last "Laura was gone."
Mrs. Cahill's maiden name was Laura Archambault and she came here about two years ago to accept a position as assistant in the Ambrose post office, which position she resigned just previous to her marriage to Thom. Cahill, one of our most promising young business men, which occurred on June 22, 1909, less than one year ago.
She was of an affectionate disposition, bright and winning in her ways, which made her a lasting friend of everyone with whom she came in contact. None buy those who have sat 8in the shadow of a great bereavement can justly weigh the sorrow that has come to the family of Mrs. Cahill. Those who have stood for weeks by the side of a loved one as hope after hope dropped away, like petals from a fading flower know that such sorrow cannot find solace even in the tenderest words. We can but unite with the hosts of true friends in extending our deepest sympathy and say with them. "May God give you strength to bear your sorrow."
Mrs. Cahill leaves, besides her husband, a father and brother to mourn her untimely death.
The remains, accompanied by Mr. Cahill and his mother and Mr. Archambault, father of the deceased, were shipped to Waseca, Minn., the former home of the deceased, where the interment will take place. The party left on Tuesday's train.
Taken from the Ambrose Newsman, Ambrose, N. D.
Janesville Argus 6-22-1910
Contributed by S. R. Allen
Thomas William Cahill (1885 - 1950)*
Saint Anns Cemetery
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Record added: Jul 21, 2011
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S R Allen
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