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Monroe County Obituaries - Surname "K"


KELLEY

Miss Edith Kelley, 30 years old, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley, former residents of Ellettsville, died in Indianapolis Saturday night of tuberculosis. The family moved from Ellettsville to Indianapolis eight years ago.  The deceased is survived by her parents and the following sisters and brothers: Grace, Edna, Zeots, Geneva, and Wayne Kelley. The body was brought to Ellettsville for interment. – The Bloomington Evening World 31 Aug 1914 Page 1

Phyllis E Kelley - Born December 7, 1911 in Orange Co., IN - Died May 28, 1984 in Monroe Co., IN  Parents were Frank and Violetta (Alvis) Hickman.  Survived by her son, Lea Simpson.  Preceded in death by first husband, Frank Simpson and second husband, Ira Kelley and one sister.  Services at Haverly Mortuary in Mitchell, with burial in Mitchell Cemetery.- The Herald Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Tuesday, May 29, 1984 – shared by Judy Jefferson

KETCHAM

George P Ketcham of Ketcham’s springs, died on Wednesday evening. -  – The Stinesville Review, 05 Aug 1899, Page 002

KIRK

Died on March 8th, Minnie Kirk, daughter of Wesley Kirk, of typhoid fever. – Bloomington Republican Progress, 26 Mar 1884

KNECT

HOWE - Russell H. Knect, 77, of Columbia, S.C. died Jan. 31, 1987 at Richmond Memorial Hospital in Columbia.  He was born Feb. 3, 1909, in Muncie, Ind., the son of Edward and Margaret (Thompson) Knect.  He was a retired sales representative and former owner of the Park Lawn Cemetery in Evansville, Ind. He also had been a director of Parks and Recreation Department of Bloomington. He also was a member of the Lions Club in Howe and a member of the Presbyterian faith.  Surviving are his wife, Edna Earl (Jackson) Knecht of Columbia, S.C.; three daughters, Carol Ashcroft of Bloomington, Ind., Christina Kuehn of Columbia, S.C., and Marianna Knecht of Greeley, Col.; one sister, Pauline Mitchell of Muncie, Ind.; one brother, Donald Knecht of Palm Springs, Cal.; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents.  Services were Tuesday at the Greene and Harrell Mortuary in Bloomington. Ind. Burial was in the Valhalla Memorial Gardens in Bloomington. - Sturgis Journal; Wed., 04 Feb 1987

KNIGHT

Funeral services for Ed Knight of Monroe county, who died Sunday, will be conducted Tuesday at two o'clock, with burial at Hindustan.  Survivors are two sons, George Knight of Greencastle and Charles Knight of Lawrenceburg, one daughter, Mrs. Jane Fulford and a broth, Frank Knight of Morgan county. - The Reporter Times (Martinsville, IN), Monday, 09 Dec 1946, Page 01

KRENTLEY

Ferdinand Harry Krentley - Born August 9, 1905 in Indianapolis, IN -  Died August 17, 1988 in Bloomington, IN  Survived by wife, Elizabeth (Lindsey) Krentler; daughter, Judy Andrews and son, John I Krentler.  Services at Meadowwood Retirement Community with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. - The Herald Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Thursday, August 18, 1988 – shared by Judy Jefferson

KUTCHE

Mary S Kutche - Born January 22, 1907 in Monroe Co., IN - Died May 28, 1984 in Bloomington, IN  Parents were Oscar and Olivia (Breeden) Sanburn.  Survived by niece, Suzanne Sanborn and sister-in-laws, Maude and Hazel Sanborn.  Preceded in death by husband, Peter Kutche; sister, Josephine Helms and brothers, Clovis and Harrell Sanborn.  Services at Allen Funeral Home with burial in Greene County Chapel Cemetery. - The Herald Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Tuesday, May 29, 1984 – shared by Judy Jefferson

KYLE

William E Kyle a former resident of Stinesville, died in Chicago, Christmas Day according to word just received.  He was born in Romney. At Stinesville he held a position o the Monon and was married to a daughter of the late James Aitken. The deceased is survived by the widow and one daughter. – The Bloomington Evening World 24 Jan 1916 Page 1