Jessen Falkenham’s Accident

Bridgewater Bulletin, February 22, 1910.

A driving accident occurred near the court house Sunday afternoon in Lunenburg resulting in the death of a valuable horse. Jessen Falkenham, a boy of fifteen years, was driving around a corner when the horse fell, injuring the animal’s hip and hurting it internally. It was conveyed to a barn, where it died fifteen minutes later. Johnson Falkenham, the father of the boy, is away fishing. Before going he had charged his son not to take the horse out of the barn.

Contributor: Rosemary Rafuse

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