Faculty: Music Instructor 1892-1893
Born: 12 Feb 1873, Rowan Co., North Carolina
Died: 26 Sep 1893, Mount Pleasant, Cabarrus Co., North Carolina
Cause: Typhoid Fever
Lorenzo Whitefield Walton
Mary Magdalene Virginia Mauney
Daily Concord Standard, (Concord, N. C.), 27 Sep 1893
Death of a Young Teacher
Miss Katie Walton, of Salisbury, one of the music teachers of Mt. Amoena Seminary at Mt. Pleasant, died Tuesday night about 12 o’cock. The young lady returned from her vacation quite poorly but hoped that nothing serious would follow. In a day or so she took seriously ill and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Walton, were sent for. Her pastor, Rev. C. B. King, was also present through the last several days of her illness.
Miss Walton was a lady of lovely character, with a sunny disposition and manners that unconsciously attracted those who met her. She was popular with the pupils and her death is a terrible blow to the associates, so much attached to her.
All that fond friends and skilled physicians could do, was done cheerfully.
Miss Walton is a cousin of Mrs. Mayor Crowell, of Concord.
Mr. And Mrs. Walton have, in this sad bereavement, the warmest sympathy of all who knew Miss Walton in the county.
The Concord Times (Concord, N. C.) 28 Sep 1893, p. 3
– Miss Katie Walton, a teacher in the Mont Amoena Female Seminary, died at Mt. Pleasant last Tuesday, after an illness with fever. She was ill when she went to Mt. Pleasant a few weeks ago. The remains were taken to Salisbury, Miss Walton’s home, for internment on Wednesday morning.
The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, N. C.) 28 Sep 1893, p.1.
A YOUNG LADY’ DEATH
Miss Kate Walton Suddenly Out Down With Typhoid Fever
SALISBURY, Sept 27 – Miss Kate Walton, daughter of Mr. Lorenza Walton, of this city, died at Mount Pleasant yesterday afternoon at 1 o’clock. Her body was brought to Salisbury on the 4:15 train this morning, and was interred in Chestnut Hill Cemetery this afternoon. The funeral services were conducted from the Lutheran church, of which she was a member by the pastor, Rev. C. B. King. Deceased was about 20 years of age, and a most lovely young lady. She left here little over two weeks ago in good health for Mount Pleasant where she went to accept a position as music teacher in Mount [Mont] Amoena Seminary, shortly after reaching there she was taken sick with typhoid fever.