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CARR, Marx

Marx Carr

Source: Crawfordsville Journal-Review
Crawfordsville, Montgomery County Indiana
22-Dec-1952 p 5

Marx Carr, a resident of the Veedersburg community for the past 22 years and a life time resident of Fountain county died Sunday night about 8 at Culver Hospital in Crawfordsville where he had been a heart patient for the past 6 weeks. Mr. Carr had been ill for some time before entering the hospital. He was active in democratic politics for many years and just last year committeeman because of his declining health. He was employed as a welder at the C&EI RR shop in Danville many years. He was born Feb 2, 1902, a son of George and Susan Teegarden Carr near Cates. On Aug 10, 1927, he was married to Lucille King, who survives. Also surviving is a brother, Dempsey of Veedersburg and a sister, Sadie of Veedersburg. He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters. Also surviving are several nephews and nieces, Wayne Carithers, a nephew and Gregory King, brother-in-law, spent much time in the Carr home and were close to the deceased as was his father-in-law, Mr. Earl King and his wife, Lucille's sisters and a host of friends. Marx was a member of the Cooper chapel Church as a child and was baptized into the Veedersburg EUB Church about two weeks ago at the hospital by the Rev. Pritchard. Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Veedersburg EUB Church with Rev. JS Pritchard officiating. Burial in Cooper's Chapel cemetery with Fishero Funeral Home in charge.

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