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Woman Dead Injury Blamed


After an illness of 18 months, developed from a fractured hip, Mrs. Elizabeth Moore died Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Howard, 626 South Fourteenth street.  She had attained the age of 81 years.


Since the incident, Mrs. Moore had been bedfast at her daughters home, but she bore her illness to the end with great patience and fortitude. Due to her age, Mrs. Moore steadily grew worse.


Mrs. Moore was born at Amelia, Clermont County, where she spent her girlhood.  Later, following her marriage to her late husband, William Moore who preceded her in death four years ago, she established her residence at Mt. Healthy, where she lived for half a century until coming to Hamilton with her husband shortly before he died.


After the death of her husband, Mrs. Moore lived with her daughter.  She was a member of the Church of Christ at Mt. Healthy.


Besides Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Moore is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Cora Stout, of Lindenwald and Mrs. Carrie Neese, of Mt. Healthy, eight grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; two brothers, Elisha Gardner of Mt. Healthy and another living in Darlow, Kansas.


Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Neese, 45 Perry St, Mt. Healthy, in which city the burial also will take place.


Hamilton Daily News, Saturday, May 10, 1924