Frederick Loy of Otoe County Nebraska Newsclippings

Along with the family group chart for Frederick (“Fred”) Loy, I have several historical news clippings regarding him and his family.

Son Charles’ death notice from Friday, 12 October 1883 Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NE) pg. 3:

—Died on Tuesday last the infant son of Mr. Loy, about nine miles south-west of town. The funeral was held in the Hopewell church on Wednesday Rev G. S. Miner officiating.


Daughter Iva’s death notice from Friday, 13 February 1885 Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NE) pg. 3:

   In loving memory of IVY LEVERNIA LOY, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Loy, who left for a better world February the 8th inst.

    Our daughter, months ago
    She [illegible] a place
    N[illegible] Her step was slow
    And full of loving grace

    Now she’s with angels fair,
    And her little bright face,
    Is free from this earth’s toiling care;
    She sings with loving grace

    And when the angel [crie]s
    On that great judgment day,
    Then we can realize
    That we can with her stay.

    Syracuse J.

Note: In addition to mourning the loss of his daughter Iva, exactly one month and one day later Frederick’s brother Jacob, on wrong side of the law, would lose his life.


From Friday, 25 November 1887 Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NE) pg. 8:

UNADILLA.

   John Roby and Fred Loy having purchased a hay press will begin at once to bale and market their immense quantity of hay.


Daughter Mary’s death notice from Friday, 5 July 1889 Syracuse Journal (Syracuse, NE) pg. 1:

DIED.

At Burr Free, June 3d, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loy.


From Friday, 21 March 1890 Nebraska City News (Nebraska City, NE) pg. 4:

BURR.

   Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Loy, a girl, on Wednesday. Fred thinks he can’t stand the cigar treats because it isn’t a boy this time.


From Friday, 23 January 1891 Nebraska City News (Nebraska City, NE) pg. 5:

BURR.

   Fred Loy died at home near here on last Saturday night, after a long illness, and was buried at the Hopewell cemetery Wednesday.

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