September 5, 1912
DERSHAM, BAZAARISH H. - Monday morning at 11 o'clock Bazaariah H. Dersham, who resided on the Mark Knoop farm east of Casstown, suddenly expired from an acute attack of heart trouble. He had gone to the village in the morning selling vegetables, as was his custom, and while at the home of Amos Baer he complained of feeling badly. He sat down for a few moments to rest and suddenly dropped over dead. He was taken into the home of Mr. Baer, where Dr. Kiser was called, but death had been instantaneous. Heart trouble was given as the cause of death by Coroner Ullery of West Milton. He was removed to his home in Frank Robert's ambulance. Mr. Dersham was a civil war veteran, belonging to Company 44, 8th Calvary. He was twice married and his second wife and three children survive him.
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