The Atchison Daily Champion, Friday, 3 March 1905
Mrs. Sallie Isabel Hall died at 821 North First street on the 23rd of last month, of a complication of diseases. Burial at Oak Hill.
∼Sallie I. Hall, colored, wife of Will Hall, who works at the Wolters brick yard, died this morning and the funeral will occur Sunday at 2 pm, from the Sixth street Baptist church. Mrs. Hall was only thirty-four years of age, but had given birth to fourteen children within the past sixteen years. All had died at birth but three girls and a boy, who survive their mother. The oldest is sixteen and the youngest is two. A baby was born a week ago. Think of the suffering, think of the tragedy crowded into one brief life! Every year there has been a birth and a death at the house, and this year there have been four deaths: an uncle at Christmas, a sister of Will Hall a few weeks ago, the baby a week ago, and now the mother. The family lives in the alley east of second street and adjoining Mound.
from The Atchison Daily Globe, 23 February 1905
Thanks to Raymond Riley for this obit.
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