Omro Journal Thursday, July 21, 1887 p. 1 A short time since Mrs. E. E. Henry started, with her two children, to make friends in Michigan and Iowa a visit.After arriving in Iowa the oldest child, a boy some five years old, was taken sick with summer complaint, and on Monday evening a dispatch was received here announcing the child’s death.The body arrive here, by the way of Oshkosh, on Tuesday evening, and the funeral was held yesterday at two o’clock.Mrs. Henry has the deep sympathy of the entire village in this severe affliction, which has come upon her so soon after the sudden death of her husband.
Mr. Day of LeClaire, Iowa, arrived here on Tuesday night, with the remains of Mrs. E. E. Henry’s child.
When the remains arrived in Oshkosh, it was learned that Mrs. Henry did not come, but was obliged to stay at LeClaire, Iowa, where Robbie died, on account of the serious illness of her remaining child, which was taken sick about the time of the older ones death.
Will Crawford and Mrs. E. E. Henry arrived from LeClaire, Iowa, on Tuesday evening.Mrs Henry’s child had improved in health so as to be able to travel.