Bio: Richmond, Mrs. F. B. (24-Aug-1900)

Contact: Laurel Bragstad Schaub

Mrs. F. B. Richmond fell through the cellar door Wednesday evening, striking the cellar bottom on her neck and shoulders. When picked up she was unconscious and on coming to, fainted away two or three times before rallying. Dr. Churchill was called at once, who found no bones broken but found several severe bruises. When the storm came up early in the evening she had opened the trap door to quiet the little boy who is afraid of a cyclone, later forgetting about it with the above result. Gleaner 8-24-1900



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