Cranetown, IN Injured in Runaway Accident, Apr 1910
Seymour Daily Republican newspaper, Seymour, IN
Tuesday 12 April 1910
Mrs. Louise Weller of Cranetown, was seriously injured in a runaway Sunday morning near Sauers Church. She and her grandson and granddaughter, Fred Weller and Miss Carrie Weller, were driving to church when the mule became frightened at a passing vehicle and ran away, throwing all of the occupants out of the surrey.
Mrs. Weller, who is 83, had her leg broken near the ankle and she was otherwise injured about the body. Because of her age her condition was thought to be serious, but she was reported to be resting well today and it is hoped now will recover. Mr. Weller and Miss Carrie were not seriously injured.
The Banner newspaper, Brownstown, IN
22 June 1910
WELLER--Mrs. L. Weller died at her home near Cranetown Tuesday afternoon, June 21, 1910, past 83 years of age. She was injured in a runaway accident several months ago from the effects of which she never fully recovered.
The funeral services will be conducted at the residence tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. Pohlman, of the Sauers church officiating, after which the remains will be brought to Brownstown and laid to rest in the Lutheran Cemetery.
She is survived by two children, Fred of this place, and a married daughter--Emma who lives in the west, also by her sister, Mrs. H. W. Wacker, of this place, who is now the only surviving member of the family, two brothers and two sisters having died within the past year.
Louise Rust Weller
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