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September, 1921

Antioch News15 September 1921
The remains of Lieut. William Pope son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Pope of Millburn, having arrived in Hoboken N. J., from overseas, where he died from influenza and wounds received in action at Chauteau Thierry.
Antioch News22 September 1921
Millburn Farmer Dies Saturday of Heart Trouble
Charles Henning, 57 years old, a farmer residing one mile south of Rosecrans, was found in a dying condition by his wife last Saturday afternoon in the yard at his home.
He had been under a doctor's care for some time and had been afflicted with heart disease.
Mr. Henning had been chopping wood that afternoon and it is believed his death was caused from over exertion. Mrs. Henning carried her husband to the house and Dr. H. E. Jamieson of Millburn was called. Mr. Henning died at 8 o'clock Saturday night.
Funeral was held on Tuesday at two o'clock standard time from Millburn church, with burial in Millburn cemetery.
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