Shelby County Indiana
Cline / Klein / Kline
The Daily Republican
The Columbus Hearld of Friday says: “John Cline, of this city had a narrow escape from instant death at Flatrock Station, this morning, whilst at work painting John Nading's elevator. He was on a scaffold, supported by ropes, some seventy feet from the ground, when in lowering the scaffold the wrong rope was loosened, and he came near being thrown off. The party came down on the nine o'clock train, and John had scarcely got over his scare when he got home.
Saturday, July 19, 1884
Page 2, column 2
Submitted by Barb Huff for the Madden's.
The National Volunteer.
Married -- on the 4th of September, by the Rev. Mr. Malony, Mr. Ignaz Hurrle, of Indianapolis, to Miss Mary M. Kline, of this place.
September 14, 1854
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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