Submitted By: Roberta "Bert" Dooley

Adair County News March 19, 1902 Newspaper Article

Mrs. Sarah Judd Dead
Last Thursday afternoon about the hour of 6 o'clock, the spirit of Mrs. Sarah Judd went to God who gave it.  She was a victim of paralysis.  remaining in an unconscious condition five of six days after the stroke came.

The deceased was the widow of the late Milton Judd and resided in the suburbs of Columbia.  During her illness she received close medical attention and was tenderly nursed by her surviving children.  She was a member of the Christian church and had been for a number of years.  She is survived by thirteen children, nine daughters and four sons, two of whom are married.
Mrs. Judd's maiden name was Floyd.  She was about 60 years old and was reared in the eastern portion of Adair county.
The funeral services were conducted by Eld. Z. T. Williams Friday afternoon and the internment was in the family burying ground.  The sympathy of this community is extended to the surviving children. 
Under the same Date and paper but the section is Public Sale it says the following:
The personal property of the late Milton Judd will be sold at public outcry at the late residence next Saturday, commencing at 9a.m.  J. N. Conover, Admr.
Adair County News March 26, 1902
The surviving children of Mrs. Sarah Judd desire to return thanks to all those who kindly administered to their mother during her last illness.