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Monroe County Obituaries - Surname "E"


Theodore Eads - Born January 5, 1875 in Monroe Co., IN - Died May 6, 1954 in Indianapolis, IN  Parents were Henry and Samantha Smith Eads.  Survived by wife, Izabella; daughters, Dr. Frieda Rieman, Mrs.Sylvia Holroyd, Mrs. Thelma Schulz and Mrs. Mable McPherson; brothers, James Wallace and Wiley Eads; sisters, Mary L Eads and Mrs. Sarah Sowders.  Services at Allen Funeral Home. - Daily Herald-Telephone, Bloomington, IN - Thursday May 6, 1954


John "Jay" Eller - Born November 2, 1904 in Monroe Co., IN  Died July 6, 1992 in Monroe Co., IN  Parents were Raymond and Lula (Baxter) Eller.  Survived by his guardian, Russell Shaw and stepsister Freda Uland.  Services at Allen Funeral Home with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery - The Herald-Times Bloomington, IN - Wednesday July 8, 1992 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Helena K. Elkins, 69, of Bloomington, passed away Monday, February 25, 2008, at the Bloomington Hospital.  Born January 19, 1939 in Monroe County, she was the daughter of Lloyd E. and Mabel A. (Foreman) Grubb.  Helena enjoyed her family, traveling and had retired from General Electric after 18 years of employment.  She was a member of the Shiloh Pentecostal Temple. Survivors include her husbane of 52 years, McClellan “JR” Elkis; one daughter, Cindy A. Axsom and her husband, Danny of Unionville; two sons, Dennis W. Elkins and his wife Angie of Smithville, and Bradley J. Elkins and his wife, Sandy of Nashville; one brother, Donald E. Grubb and his wife, Waneta of Bloomington; and eight grandchildren, Jamie, Jessica, Alyssa, Danielle, Elizabeth, Sarah, Bradley and Crystal.  Helena was preceded in death by her parents, one sister, Glodene Axsom and one brother, Charles E. Grubb.  Services will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, February 22, 2008, at the Allen Funeral Home, with Pastors Russell Elkins and Harold Godsey officiating.  Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, with burial at Valhalla Memory Gardens- The Herald Times, Tuesday 26, February 2008 – shared by Dorothy Hamm

Minnie E Elkins - Born Oct 21, 1922 in Brown Co., IN - Died Jan 7, 1998 in Bloomington, IN - Parents were Jerry and Lulu (Crouch) Bradley.  Survived by sons, George Moore and James Moore; daughters, Joyce McIntire and Rosalie Dragoo.  Preceded in death by her first husband, Frank Moore and her second husband, Edgar Elkins.  Services at Deremiah-Frye Mortuary, Greene & Harrell Chapel with burial at Duncan Cemetery in Brown Co. – Herald Times, 09 Jan 1998 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Willard (Bud) Elliott -  born 13 February 1916 in Monroe Co., IN, died 28 August  1969 in Indianapolis, IN.   Parents were Russell and Maude (Laymon) Elliott.  Survived by wife, Betty; daughters, Mrs. Gary (Jerry) Crum, Mrs. Terry (Kathy) Sullivan; son Willard Elliott; his parents; sisters, Mrs. Harold Alexander and Mrs. James Michaels.  Services at Ellettsville Baptist Church with burial in Chambersville Cemetery. - Daily Herald-Telephone, Friday  29 August 1969– shared by Judy Jefferson


Edgar W Empson - Born in 1885 in Monroe Co., IN  Died June 27, 1965 in Monroe Co., IN  Survived by son, James and daughters, Mrs. Hazel Fleetwood and Mrs. Virginia Aler.  Services at Day Funeral Home with burial in Mt. Gilead Cemetery. - Daily Herald-Telephone, Bloomington, IN -Monday, June 28, 1965


Eleanor (Louden) Engerud - Born September 23, 1902 in Bloomington, IN - Died September 7, 1969 in Detroit Lakes, MN - Parents were Col. T. J. and Anna (Reinhard) Louden.  Survived by husband, Col. Harold Engerud; daughter, Mrs. Richard (Patricia Ann) Herrmann and sisters, Mrs. Kathrine Anne Moorman and Mrs. Norman (Mary Elizabeth) Wycoff. - Services at Day Funeral Home with burial in Valhalla Memory Gardens. - Daily Herald-Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Tuesday September 9, 1969 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Martha J. Everman aged 76 years, living tow and one half miles south of here, died on the 22nd of pneumonia and was buried at the Dutch church 23rd The funeral was preached by Rev. W. T. Miller. Mrs. Everman came to Indiana from Kentucky, when she was only 3 months old, her parents moving to Owen county. She has never been outside of Monroe and Owen counties since in Indiana. The home where she died, she had live in nearly 25 years and had not been in Stinesville or Ellettsville during those years. Although living near the railroad and where she could see the trains pass daily, she never rode on one or ever saw inside of a passenger coach. She was a emmer of the Christian church at Ellettsville; although not an attendant yet she lived a Christian life. Her husband died about 3 years ago, and soon after her only son leaving her alone. Two daughters survive her, both living in Monroe county. – The Stinesville Review, 27 Jan 1900, Page 003