source: The Republican (Danville, Indiana) - issue of Thursday, September 5, 1929 - page 1, column 1
MART WILSON IS STRICKEN WITHIN MONTH OF MARRIAGE
Mart Wilson, age 69, died at the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Kreigh, West Main Street, Saturday night, from paralysis. He was stricken shortly after he and Mrs. Wilson had come home from town. A physician was immediately called but Mr. Wilson lived only about thirty minutes. The funeral was Tuesday from Shirley Bros.' undertaking parlors, Indianapolis, with burial in Shelby County.
Mr. Wilson and Miss Josephine Kreigh were married August 11. She and Mr. Wilson's son, James Wilson, of Chicago, survive.
Mr. Wilson was a well known horse trainer. Since his youth he had been engaged in training trotting and pacing horses.