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Cox - Bertha Clark

Bertha Clark COX

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review 3-Jul-1959 p 1 c 4

Darlington -- Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Cox, Montgomery County’s first Gold Star mother in World War I, where held Sunday afternoon in the Darlington Methodist Church, with Rev. James Stansell, pastor, officiating. Burial was at the Darlington IOOF Cemetery. Favorite hymns of the deceased, including “In The Garden” and “Rock of Ages” were played by Mrs. Lawrence Boots. Grandsons and nephews of Mrs. Cox served as pallbearers. Those serving in this capacity where Joseph Robert Cox of Bloomington, Phil Francis of Crawfordsville, Richard McLoed of Indianapolis, Glenn Norton of Lebanon, Frederic Imel of Danville, and Hamlin Cox of Darlington. Mrs. Cox, a member of the Darlington Methodist Church many years and one of the community’s most highly respected women, died July 2 in Culver Hospital at Crawfordsville after suffering a heart attack.
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