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Cox - Winfield

Source: Crawfordsville Review 24 Aug 1889

Winfield S. Cox is dead.  At one o’clock Saturday afternoon he passed from this world, and his troubles are ended.  He was for several years a valuable member of the city police force and has run the valley saloon for the last three years.  This is a famous place, known far and wide by the sporting people. Cox was a friend to all and if he was an enemy to anyone it was to himself. He has been in bad health since he was thrown down the embankment at Sperry’s bridge, by the upsetting of his buggy about two years ago and his life has seemed to slowly waste away. – kbz
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