Source: Indianapolis Star Sun 7 June 1925 p 38
Veedersburg – James Crane, 68 years old, died at a hospital in Lafayette of complications. He had been a patient at the hospital for almost a month. He leaves a wife.
Source: Lafayette Journal Courier 5 June 1925 (Fri) p 14
James Crane of Veedersburg, died at 12:30 o’clock Friday afternoon at St. Elizabeth hospital. He had been in the hospital since May 19 and death was due to complications. Mr. Crane, who was 68 years of age, is survived by his widow who was at the bedside when death came.
Source: Indiana Certificate of Death – St. Eliz. Hospital, Lafayette, Fairfield Twp, Tippecanoe Co IN #20527
Mr. James Crane male white
Died: June 6, 1925 chronic myocarditis
Married – Margaret Crane
Born: Feb 7, 1842 Indiana.
Father; Henry Crane born Indiana
Mother: Evaline Simman born Indiana
Informant: Julia Crane, Stone Bluff
Dr. R.D. Baylee attended deceased from
May 19 to June 6
Buried Osborn Prairie June 8, 1925 by Fred Parham
Source: Journal & Courier, Lafayette, Fri 12 June 1925 p 7
JR Crane, wife and daughter attended the funeral of Fletcher Crane at Osborne’s (sic) Prairie Church Sunday.
Source: Indianapolis Star Mon 8 June 1925 p 21
Veedersburg – Fletcher Crane, 68 years old, farmer, near here, died at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette Friday noon after several weeks’ illness of dropsy. The deceased had spent his entire life in his county, his parents being pioneer settlers of the Osborn Prairie settlement north of this city. He leaves one brother, Frank, and one sister, Mrs. Fletcher Minnick, both of Stone Bluff.