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Lindamood - Clarence

Source: Crawfordsville Daily Journal Tuesday, 20 February 1894
Clarence Lindamood, the well known hack driver, died this morning at his home west of the college. He had been in failing health for several years and finally succumbed to consumption. Clarence Lindamood was a refugee from East Tennessee. He was a Union man during the war and was forced to hide out to save his life. When peace came he was obliged to leave his native state and come north. He was unused to the business here and being destitute began as a street laborer. His health began failing, however, so he began driving a moving wagon. He had a large family to support and bad health so he made but little headway. Everything he had was exhausted by his last sickness and his family is really in very needy circumstances. -s

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