Death of a Pioneer Woman

Mrs. Peter O'Byrne, Sr., died at her home in Lawler Tuesday of illness which had its incipiency in an attack of la grippe. She was one of the early settlers of the county and a woman whose life was devoted to her husband, children and home. She leaves behind her the impress of a long and useful life.

The funeral is to be held today at Lawler. A number from this city were in attendance, among them Mrs. W.H.Fox, sister of deceased, Mr. and Mrs. John Tooley, Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Honeyman, C.N Husting and others.

DIED - Monday, Feb. 11, Mrs. Peter O'Byrne at her home in this city after an illness of about three weeks duration. Deceased was 74 years of age and one of the old pioneers of this community. Her untimely death was indeed a shock to her many friends who extend their sincere sympathy to the family in their loss. Funeral ceremony will take place tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church after which her remains will be laid at rest in the grave yard adjoining the church.

Mrs. Peter O'Byrne Sr., aged 74 years, died at her home in Lawler this morning after a short illness. Mrs. O'Byrne was a woman who was loved by a large cirle of friends who sincerely regret her dimise. She is survived by a husband and seven children. The funeral will be held at Lawler Thursday morning. The TRIBUNE extends sympathy to the bereaved family.

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