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Agee - Oliver

Oliver AGEE

Source: Crawfordsville Daily Journal - May 5, 1916

Oliver AGEE, 50, died at his home, 1003 E. Pike Street at Midnight Thursday after an illness of a years duration. His condition had been regarded as serious for the past month. Mr. Agee had been a resident of Montgomery County practically all his life, having been born on a farm near New Ross. He came to Crawfordsville while a young man and had resided here for many years. His widow and 5 children, Fern, Jessie, Oma, Gladys and Paul, survive and 3 sisters: Mrs. Austin Kleepinger of Brookston; Mrs. Demps Auman of Whitesville and Mrs. Densmore of Roachdale are living. Funeral services will be held from the late home Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in charge of Rev. RE Moss, pastor of the First Christian Church. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. - kbz

Source: Crawfordsville Review Friday May 5, 1916

Oliver AGEE died at his home 1003 E. Pike last night at 12 after an illness of over a year. About 4 weeks ago Mr. Agee’s condition became serious and for some time he has been very low. The deceased was 50 and had spent his entire life in this county. He was born in New Ross but came to this city many years ago and has resided here since. He is survived by his wife and 5 children: Fern, Jessie, Oma, Grace and Paul also by 3 sisters, Mrs. Densmore of Roachdale, Mrs. Demps Auman of Whitesville and Mrs. Austin Klepinger of Brookston. No funeral arrangements have yet been made. - kbz

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