Mrs. A. T. (Fanny) Craft-Peculiar Disease-1875
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Date: 1/1/2020 at 21:17:58
Dubuque Daily Times, Friday, Sunday, Jul 04, 1875, Dubuque, IA, Page: 3
Mrs. Craft, widow of A. T. Craft, died in Windsor, near the residence of her son, on the 25th of June. Her disease was so peculiar as to excite more than the usual interest of her physicians, Dr. S. E. Robinson, and a post mortem examination was held, assisted by Dr. L. Armstrong. There was found in the gall bladder a cluster of fifty-seven stones, the majority about the size of a peas, but four were each as large as a chestnut. The total weight of the stones is 180 grains. - West Union Gazette
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