Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal Friday, 25 October 1901
Curtis Edwards Linn was born July 17, 1879, in Montgomery County, Ind. He died in Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 21, 1901, aged 22 years, 3 months, 4 days.
Curtis was a good boy, never causing his parents any trouble. He was loved by his young associates and was a good citizen. He united with the Memorial Presbyterian Church last winter, and died in the exercise of living faith in God his savior. J. R. Linn, father of the deceased, is a resident of Highland.
The funeral occurred Wednesday at the Union Presbyterian Church, Rev. W. M. Elliott having charge, Rev. Mr. Reeder, of Mace, assisting in the service. -s
Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal Friday, Friday, 1 November 1901
Curtis Linn died last Tuesday at two o’clock of typhoid fever at the insane hospital at Indianapolis. He is the son of Joseph M. Linn, of Highland, and about six months ago suddenly went insane. His mental malady was about cured and he was expected home this month, until ten days ago when he was stricken with the fever. His brother, Wallace T. Linn, was with him during his last illness. -s