Source: Crawfordsville Sunday Star Nov 4, 1901 - 1
Miss Clara Cox died suddenly at her home on South Green Street on Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. She had been suffering from a cancerous condition of the blood but recently submitted to a surgical operation that for a time promised to bring relief. She began to take a turn for the worse only a few moments before death ended her sufferings. Besides her father, John C. Cox, she leave 3 brothers, Arthur, Omer and Fred. She was a young woman of most lovely character and her death was a terrible shock to many friends to whom she was very dear. The funeral was from the home on Saturday afternoon and was conducted by her pastor, Rev. HL Nave of the First Presbyterian Church - transcribed by kbz
Source: Crawfordsville Daily News-Review Nov 2, 1901
The announcement of the death of Miss Clara Cox, yesterday, was heard with much sorrow. She was a most estimable young lady and her Christian virtues endeared her to all who knew her. She was amember of the First Presbyterian Church in the work of which she was ever prominently identified. She also gave of her time and efforts to charitable work and assisted in the work of the Memorial Chapel. She was born Aug 3, 1863. She leaves a father and three b, Omer, Fred and Arthur. The funeral took place this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock from the home on south Green street the Rev. HL Nave, assisted by Rev. Gass officiating. - kz
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal Friday, 8 November 1901
Miss Clara Cox died suddenly last Friday at her home on South Green Street about 1 o’clock, after a short illness. She suffered from a cancerous condition of the system and this affected her blood. She was thought to be better until just a few minutes before her death when she began to sink rapidly.
She was the daughter of John F. Cox, and leaves three brothers, Omer, Fred, and Arthur, besides her father.
Miss Cox was a Christian young lady whose many friends in this city will be much pained to learn of her death. She was a devoted member of the First Presbyterian Church. The funeral occurred Saturday afternoon at the home and interment was at Oak Hill. =s