Stillwater Valley News
August 1, 1935
Farmer Dies Of Heart Ailment
John P. Freeman
Prominent Farmer Dies Wednesday As The Result of a Heart Ailment.
John P. Freeman, 75, a well known farmer in this vicinity, died at his country home 2 1/2 miles north of Lockington, near Lindsey Stop. His death was the result of a heart ailment from which he had suffered for the past five months. He was born January 13, 1860 near Covington and had lived in this vicinity all his life. He had farmed for a number of years near Fletcher and 32 years ago moved north of Lockington and had resided there, working his farm until his illness which terminated in his death. Mr. Freeman was charitable and generous and possessed a wide circle of friends who were endeared to him by his friendly and kind nature. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Freeman; his brother-in-law, Maniel Blinkenstaff of Castina, Ohio; and his niece, Mrs. Frank Belt of Plattsville,O. Services will be conducted Friday afternoon at three o'clock at the home and interment will be in Highland Cemetery in Covington.
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