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Algonquin Historic
Commission

Nunda Herald, December 31,1903

 

DROPPED DEAD

Robert Kee of Algonquin Expires Without

Warning Tuesday Morning

 

Robert Kee dropped dead while in the barn on the farm of his brother, W. L. Kee, near Algonquin, Tuesday morning. The cause of his death was heart trouble. He had not been sick, excepting a slight indisposition, caused by a bad cold.

Deceased was born in Canada about 58 years ago, but for the past forty-seven years has made his home in this country. He was a single man and lived with his brother, W. L. Kee.

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