|Death: ||Sep. 8, 1905|
El Paso County
Iola Register 02 Sep 1905, pg 8
Miss Adams is critically ill
Was formerly employed as stenographer in the office of Smith & Travis.
Mrs. M.J. Adams, of 852 North st., today received a telegram stating her daughter, Miss Ethel Adams, is critically ill at Colorado Springs and it is feared that she may not recover. She has been in a hospital there for some time but recently her condition has been improving until within the last few days when a relapse set in. Mrs. Adams may leave for her daughter’s bedside within a few days if her condition does not improve. Miss Adams was formerly employed in the Smith & Travis office as stenographer and has many friends here.
The Iola Register, 11 Sep 1905 pg 2
The body of Miss Ethel Adams who died in Colorado Friday was buried yesterday. The funeral services occurred from the home at 852 North St. The body was expected in Saturday evening but missed connections and did not arrive until yesterday morning. Rev. Culbertson conducted the services. Tuberculosis was the cause of death.
William Casper Adams (1840 - 1911)
Melissa Jane McCampbell Adams (1842 - 1910)
Ovy Ellen Adams Brewer (1861 - 1928)**
James William Adams (1862 - 1895)**
Oliver O Adams (1867 - 1900)*
Adda S Adams (1869 - 1969)*
Samuel Adams (1871 - 1937)*
Lula D Adams (1872 - 1897)*
Mary Elsie Adams (1875 - 1962)*
Laura Ethel Adams (1878 - 1905)
Plot: addition 1, block 4, lot 148
Created by: jim gillis
Record added: Oct 05, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42730022