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              -- News Index --               

What you will find here will be interesting news articles of the area about the people who lived here and their lives.  Not included here are the marriages and obituaries found in the old newspapers of the county; they have their own home.  If you have a news article to submit please send it to Karen.  All submisssions are welcomed and appreciated.

HINT: There is a huge, but sometimes subtle difference between an obituary, funeral notice and death notice. An obituary gives details about a person's life and survivors. Sometimes they will contain the name of the funeral home, when visitation is and where condolences should be sent. A death notice is just that; notification that a person has died and what is being done with the body; and a funeral notice gives details about the funeral, who attended.

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NOTE: I and many others have spent 20 plus years (from its inception) on this project --
CREDITPLEASE GIVE if you use our work! I've found hundreds of obituaries FROM THIS SITE on findagrave and many personal genealogy sites - I know the obituaries etc. came from here but I don't see any credit. PLEASE GIVE CREDIT!!!! Here is the citation you should use & thanks so much in advance :)

Citation: The Indiana (INGenWeb Project), Copyright ©1996-2019 (and beyond), Montgomery County GenWeb site - thanks soooo much - Karen Bazzani Zach

My name is Karen Bazzani Zach and I am your Coordinator for Montgomery County.    My hubby is constantly helping me as well - thanks, Jim Z :) . Your Indiana State Coordinator is Lena Harper .  Her assistant state coordinators are : Jim Cox and Karen Bazzani Zach

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