Saturday, Feb. 27, 1897
W.R. Petteugill (sic) dropped dead on the sidewalk near Mr. Sargeant's residence on Thursday, while on his [line of text omitted from article] been ailing from heart trouble, and in the forenoon had a severe attack, but went to his shop saying that exercixe might do him good. He was conveyed to his home in a sleigh, and a cororer's (sic) inquest held, which was adjourned until this morning to await the result of a post mortem. Mr. Pettengill was 75 years of age; had liven in Omro about six years, and was a shoemaker by trade. He leaves a wife and several children.
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