The Carthage Republican
Alice Langley, E. C., is recovering from a severe sick spell -- pneumonia.
Note: E. C. is probably an acronym for East Carthage.
The Hancock County Journal
April 19, 1945
PLYMOUTH WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY
Mrs. Wilson suffered a heart attack on Thursday but rallied and seemed quite well. Her niece, Mrs. Ida Groves, spent Monday evening with her, leaving about 9:30 o'clock.
She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J. H. Nichols of Plymouth.
The Carthage Gazette
April 20, 1945
Mrs. Alice Wilson of Plymouth Dies
Mrs. Alice A. Wilson of Plymouth passed away in her sleep Tuesday morning.
J. D. Butler, Hancock county coroner, held an inquiry Tuesday, it being determined her passing was caused by a heart attack. She had received medical care a week before her passing.
Mrs. Alice A. Langley Wilson, daughter of Isaac and Emma Munson Langley, was born on a farm east of Carthage, Hancock county, Ill., February 23, 1877. There she spent her childhood days and developed into young womanhood, being united in marriage September 1, 1897, to Oscar M. Wilson. This happy union was blessed with the birth of one daughter, Nellie (Mrs. J. H. Nichols) of Plymouth, who has constantly been a source of joy.
Mr. Wilson died in 1938.
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