IDAHO DAILY STATESMAN BOISE, IDAHO

FEBRUARY 16, 1901

DEATH CAME UNANNOUNCED TO GRANGEVILLE WOMAN

The following is from the Grangeville dispatch to the Spokane Spokesman Review:  Mrs. J.E. Kindall was found dead in her bed this morning by her young brother, who was living with her.  She had gone to Green Creek, several miles from her home at Red Rock, in the evening and returned as well as usual apparently, and later put her small children to bed.

This morning she lay dead on the bed dressed as the day before.  Her limbs were drawn up and rigid and a quantity of hair had been torn from her head as if done in agony.

The neighbors seem to think the position indicated that she died from poison, but she is known to have been afflicted with heart disease.  Her husband is away from home and the coroner was called this evening.

 

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