From the Aberdeen Daily World, Thursday, October 9, 1919:

Death of Mrs. Bridget Hogan --
Mrs. John Hogan, known to many of her friends as Mrs. Bridget Hogan, died this morning at 7:45 o'clock at the home of her son, John C. Hogan, on North G street, from illness due to old age. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Catholic church at 7:45 a.m. tomorrow, after which the body will be taken to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, by her son, P. R. Hogan, for interment beside the body of her husband, who died years ago. Mrs. Hogan was born in Ireland, and was 91 years old. She was the mother of John C. Hogan and P. R. Hogan, of this city; M. E. and T. F. Hogan, of Billings, Mon.; William Hogan, of Spokane; Mrs. Amelia Manning, of Hysham, Wash. [sic]; Mrs. Mary Feahy [sic] of Sutherland Springs, Tex. She also leaves 50 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren.

On the same page:

To leave for San Francisco -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Motherwell and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Motherwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hogan, expect to leave tomorrow for their home in San Francisco, after a visit of several weeks in Aberdeen.

From the Chippewa County Daily Independent:


The death of Mrs. John Hogan, Sr., occurred at Aberdeen, Wash., yesterday according to word received today by her nephew, John Hogan, Jr.

Mrs. Hogan was a pioneer of Tilden having settled there with her husband nearly sixty years ago, later moving to this city and residing at Spring and Rural streets, prior to going west about ten years ago after the death of her husband.

The body is expected to arrive in the city Monday morning over the Soo and interment will be made in the family lot in Hope Cemetery.

On the same page:

Forecast for Wisconsin, October 10, 1919. --  Fair and much colder tonight, with killing frost and freezing temperature; Saturday fair, warmer in afternoon, west portion.

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