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Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Taylor, wife of Judge David Taylor, East Third street, were conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of Sam Wylie. Services were in charge of the Rev. .1. T Kelso and | burial was at Rosehill cemetery. !  The active pallbearers were Will Empson, Stanley Gore, .James Acuff, Ralph Werts, Dr. J. L. Strain and Robert Harris. The honorary pall bearers were Supt. K. E. Ramsey, J. P. Shaffer, Frank Kirby, Prof. A. I.. Kohlmeier, .John Eaney and .Judge R. W. Miers.   - Bloomington Evening World, Monday, 27 Feb 1922 

Death of G. J. Taylor - George Jennings Taylor died this morning at 4 o'clock at the home of J. H. Garrison, one mile south of Bloomington. HE was 69 years old and the father of 10 children, seven of whom still survive. He was born in Floyd county, Ky., and moved to Indiana in 1834. He has been a resident of Monroe county for 60 years. He was a private in CO. B. 4th regiment, Indiana volunteers in the Mexican war and served till the close of the war. After the war he moved to Ellettsville, where for years he was a trusted employee of Matthew Bros.  For the past ten years he has lived in Bloomington. He has been a member of the M. E. church since boyhood and died in the faith. - Bloomington Telephone Bloomington, IN - March 16, 1894 – shared by Judy Jefferson

OLD SOLDIER DEAD - William Berry Taylor, 82 years old, Civil war veteran and proprietor of a suburban grocery on West Kirkwood avenue, died Sunday at 3 o'clock of double pneumonia. He moved here from Dugger about two years ago. He is survived by the widow and two children, Mrs. Pickett, and Mrs. Quillen, of Dugger. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Short funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of Elder A. W. Harvey. The body will be taken on the Illinois Central train tonight to Dugger where Elder Harvey will conduct services tomorrow. - Bloomington Evening World Bloomington, In - Monday March 15, 1920 – shared by Judy Jefferson

William R Taylor - Born April 6, 1925 in Monroe Co., IN - Died Feb 19, 1997 in Bloomington, IN - Parents were Chester and Gail (Beaumont) Taylor.  Survived by his wife, Wanda R (Groves) Taylor; son, Craig Taylor and two granddaughters.  Preceded in death by his son, Danny Ray Taylor and brothers, Melvin and Eugene Taylor.  Services at Day Mortuary with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. – Herald-Times, 20 February 1997 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Matthew Thomas - Born May 22, 1874 in Monroe Co., IN  Died March 19, 1951 in Gosport, IN  Parents were James H and Frances Campbell Thomas.  Survived by son, Bud Thomas; daughter, Virginia Thomas; brother, John Thomas and sisters, Mrs. Nettie Gentry and Miss Hattie Thomas.  Services at Whitaker Funeral Home in Gosport. - Daily Herald-Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Tuesday, March 20, 1951 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Philip Thrasher, a mail carrier at Bloomington, died last Saturday after a short illness. – The Stinesville Review, 05 Aug 1899, Page 002


Shirl Titus - Born February 5, 1891 in Monroe Co., IN - Died March 9, 1973 in Bloomington, IN  Parents were Daniel and Julia (Miller) Titus.  Survived by wife, Bessie (Hill) and daughter, Mrs. Grover (Marjorie) Stine.  Services at Day Mortuary Chapel with burial in Payne Cemetery - Daily Herald-Telephone, Bloomington, IN - Saturday, March 10, 1973


Mrs. Clarinda Todd, 90 years old, died at 11 o'clock Saturday night of senility at the home of her daughter in Polk Township. She had resided in that part of the county most of her life. Her husband died several years ago and only the daughter survives. Funeral was held at 11:30 today and interment was at the Lucas Cemetery. Bloomington Weekly Courier, 09 November 1915, Page 001

Harry E Todd  - Age 79, born in Marion Co., IN  Died March 5, 1976 in Bloomington, IN  Survived by wife, Mary C Todd, daughters, Margaret Ricci, Cecilia Deter, Mildred Stone, Mary C Balley and Patricia Chance and sisters, Flora Stricker and Bertha Harding.  Services at St. Phillip Catholic Church in Indianapolis with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery in Indianapolis. - Daily Herald-Times, Bloomington, IN, Saturday March 6, 1976 – shared by Judy Jefferson

Jacob "Jake' E. Todd, 97, 809 E. Jefferson Street, died at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in Culver Hospital where he had been a patient for a week. Born March 13, 1873, in Monroe County, he was the son of John and Mary Ann Todd. He was married March 17, 1901 to Emma Etta Horn. She died November 11, 1960. Mr. Todd had farmed for the past 60 years west of Darlington. He was a member of United Methodist Church in Darlington. Surviving are a cousin, Mrs. Della Job of Bainbridge, whom he reared; two brothers, Noah Todd, Logansport; Frank Todd, Mooresville. He was preceded in death by a cousin, 5 brothers, 4 sisters. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Russell & Hitch Funeral Home at Thorntown with Rev. R. Dale Waltz officiating. Burial in Greenlawn Cemetery at Darlington. Friends may call after 1 p.m Tuesday. - Crawfordsville Journal Review, 7 June 1970


Former resident dies in Bedford - Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m. Thursday from the St. Vincent de Paul church at Bedford for Mrs. Mary Torphy, widow of the late John Torphy, former local stoneman. The Torphys lived for a long number of years on West Kirkwood, in this city. The survivors are one step-son, J. L. Torphy and a brother, Domer Maroney, of St. Louis. Mrs. Torphy died in Bedford Thursday.- Bloomington Telephone Bloomington, IN, Wednesday August 24, 1938 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Mrs. Grace Woodbum Torrence died in Monmouth, Illinois, Sunday morning, Feb. 27th. She was the wife of Charles Torrence, a merchant in Monmouth, and the younger sister of Professor James A. Woodburn. Another sister, Mrs. Ida Woodburn McMillan, visited the Woodburns here this winter for a few weeks. Prof. Woodbum left Bloomington for Monmouth Sunday evening.  Grace Woodburn was born at the old Woodburn home, 519 North College Avenue, October 23, 1864. She went through the Bloomington public schools graduating from the high school in 1881, when the high school was a part of the Preparator Department of the University. She graduated from the University with the class of 1885, with Latin as her major subject. She was a Kappa Alpha Theta in college. She taught two years in the high school of New Harmony, Indiana, and then became a teacher in the Bloomington high school and later became the principal. • She was a graduate student for a year in the University of Chicago studying Latin with Professor Hale and Professor Abbott, after taking her A.M. degree from Indiana in 1894 under Professor Merrill. She taught Latin for a number of years in Monmouth College as Assistant Professor with Professor John 11. McMillan.   Mrs. Torrence's death will be mourned by a large circle of friends and she will be remembered kindly by many of her former students in Bloomington.  - Bloomington Evening World, Monday, 27 Feb 1922 


John Treadway died Saturday night at 10:30 at his home in Harrodsburg of cancer of the liver. He was a man of 50 years and is survived by the widow and six children. Interment will take place at two o’clock tomorrow afternoon and will be from the Methodist Church in Harrodsburg in charge of the Rev. Joseph Campbell. – The Bloomington Evening World 16 Feb 1914 Page 1


Mrs. Margaret Ann Trinkle - Born November 3, 1897 in Kentucky. - Died March 6, 1976 in Bloomington, IN  Parents were Joseph and Mattie (Hester) Lundsford.  Survived by daughter, Mrs. Ralph Smallwood Jr.; sons, Earl and Gilbert; sisters Mrs. Elizabeth Price, Mrs. Josephine Curtis and Mrs. Grace Ballard and brother, Will Lundsford.   Preceded in death by brothers, Roy and James Lundsford.  Services at Day Mortuary Chapel with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. - Sunday Herald-Times, Bloomington, IN, March 7, 1976 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Margaret L Trisler  - Born December 8, 1906 in Monroe Co., IN - Died May 27, 1984 in Bloomington, IN  Parents were Harry and Pearl (Warren) Headley.  Survived by son, Marion Trisler and sisters, Jane Chestnut, Mary Atwood and Ruby Wickershom.  Preceded in death by husband, Lynom Trisler and brothers, Marion, Harry and James.  Services at Greene and Harrell Mortuary, burial in Valhalla Memory Gardens. - The Herald Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Tuesday May 29, 1984 – shared by Judy Jefferson


Mrs. Maude E Twomey - Age 80 - Died June 24, 1964 in Bloomington, IN   Survived by husband, Carl M. Twomey and two great-grandsons, Jeffrey and Michael Finn.  Preceded in death by a daughter, Irme Atkins.  Services at Day Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. - Daily Herald-Telephone, Bloomington, IN, Wednesday, June 24, 1964 – shared by Judy Jefferson