Jefferson Crockett

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Daily Press
February 14, 1930

J. T. Crockett dies suddenly at Seaford

J. T. Crockett, a widely known resident of Seaford, York County, was stricken with an attack of the heart Wednesday while visiting his daughter, Mrs. I. W. Sparrow, and died before medical assistance could be reached. Mr. Crockett was apparently in his usual health and had gone for a short walk, when he decided to stop by and see his daughter. He entered the Sparrow home and within a few minutes became ill. Angina pectoris was given as the cause of death.

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