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Source:  Alexandria Gazette (Alexandria, VA)  Page: 2
Dated: Sept. 12, 1857
The Louisville papers of Tuesday last, annouce the death of Hon. George G. Dunn, of Bedford, Lawrence county, Indiana.  The Democrat says: - "The sad event occurred at his residence on Friday night last.  He has labored for eighteen months under the affection of the spleen, and his death was not unexpected.  Mr. Dunn was one of the most remarkable men in Indiana, and occupied a first position in the legal profession.  He had filled many high official trusts, and represented his district in the last Congress.  Although a member of the American party, he was never intense as a politician.  His style of oratory was elegant and winning in the extreme."
Source: Indiana State Journal (Indianapolis, IN)  Vol: LXXIV  Issue: 15  Page 5
Dated: Apr. 12, 1899
     BEDFORD, Ind., Apr. 10 - W. W. Malott, a prominent citizen, died suddenly last night of heart trouble.  His wife went to the barn to milk the cow and on her return found her husband dead on the floor.  He had attended church Sunday and was well.  He was the oldest member of Shawswick Lodge, I. O. O. F.  He leaves five children, all prominent citizens, among them Dr. G. F. Malott, of Trinity Springs, and Dr. Hiram Malott, of this city.  He was eight-one years old.
Source:  Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX)  Section: Part I  Page: 3
Dated: Feb. 25, 1951
Mother Stricken Fatally Watching Son Star in Game
     BEDFORD, Ind., Feb. 24, (AP).
     - Lewis Daggy thought his mother was watching him help Shawswick High School win its exciting first-round game int he Indiana sectional basketball tournament Friday.
     Mrs. Martha E. Daggy had taken her seat before the game.  But she collapsed as a result of the excitement before the first quarter ended, and she was carried from the gymnasium.  Her son played out the game and scored 9 points and Shawswick defeated Fayetteville, 59 to 42.
     Mrs. Daggy died an hour later in a hospital.