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Cynthia A. Harpole relict of the late James W. Harpole, after a lingering disability of more then two months caused by the breaking or fracturing of her hips, died at the old home Sunday, January 3, 1904, at the advanced age of 87 years and 19 days.
Cynthia A. Zumwalt was born in St. Charles county Missouri, December 14, 1816. She joined the M.E. Church at the age of 11 years and lived a consistent Christian life, and having constantly taken the Pacific Christian Advocate since early pioneer days. In 1840 she married at the age of 24, William Lingo and of this union three children were born. Wesley, Marion and a little girl who died in infancy. In 1847 she moved to Illinois with here little family and in 1853 was married to James W. Harpole, who having crossed the plains in 1847 lost his wife and in 1853 went back to Missouri, bracing again the hardships and danger of the plains on purpose to marry Mrs. Lingo. Junction City Times, Junction City, Oregon I missed the date on this one.
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