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Dr T C Poole

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Dr T C Poole

Birth
Death
1 Jan 1902 (aged 68)
Walnut Springs, Bosque County, Texas, USA
Burial
Walnut Springs, Bosque County, Texas, USA Add to Map
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POOLE, DR. T. C.
Dr. T. C. Poole Dead
The Representative of the 76th District Passes Away At His Home in Walnut Springs
Dr. T. C. Poole, one of Bosque county's most prominent citizens, departed this life at his home in Walnut Springs, January 1, 1902 at 8:30 p.m. He was complaining the day before, and consulted Dr. Kemp, who after a diagnosis, informed him that his heart was slightly affected but he did not think it seriously. The next evening at about 8:30 o'clock, Dr. Pool retired and in a short time his wife heard him groan and at once went to him and assisted him to turn over, and in a minute he was dead.
Dr. Poole was the representative of the 76th district, a ruling elder int eh C. P. church at Walnut Springs, a good citizen and a worthy man.
The funeral service was held at the C. P. Church at Walnut Springs at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and was conducted by Rev. N. R. French, after which his body was interred int eh Walnut Cemetery. The funeral procession was the largest ever seen in the city. All business in the city closed during the services and people from many parts of the county were in attendance.
He leaves a wife and one son to lament the loss of a husband and father.
The Tribune deeply sympathizes with the bereaved family. (The Meridian Tribune, Meridian, Tex, Jan 3, 1902 )
POOLE, DR. T. C.
Dr. T. C. Poole Dead
The Representative of the 76th District Passes Away At His Home in Walnut Springs
Dr. T. C. Poole, one of Bosque county's most prominent citizens, departed this life at his home in Walnut Springs, January 1, 1902 at 8:30 p.m. He was complaining the day before, and consulted Dr. Kemp, who after a diagnosis, informed him that his heart was slightly affected but he did not think it seriously. The next evening at about 8:30 o'clock, Dr. Pool retired and in a short time his wife heard him groan and at once went to him and assisted him to turn over, and in a minute he was dead.
Dr. Poole was the representative of the 76th district, a ruling elder int eh C. P. church at Walnut Springs, a good citizen and a worthy man.
The funeral service was held at the C. P. Church at Walnut Springs at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and was conducted by Rev. N. R. French, after which his body was interred int eh Walnut Cemetery. The funeral procession was the largest ever seen in the city. All business in the city closed during the services and people from many parts of the county were in attendance.
He leaves a wife and one son to lament the loss of a husband and father.
The Tribune deeply sympathizes with the bereaved family. (The Meridian Tribune, Meridian, Tex, Jan 3, 1902 )


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