Grace Ethel DAVIS
Source: Saturday, April 16, 1932, Crawfordsville Journal-Review
Jamestown April 15 Miss Grace Ethel DAVIS for many years a school teacher in this vicinity died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Davis east Main Street. She had been in failing health 5 years, but did not become seriously ill until 10 this morning. Shortly after, she suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, resulting in her death. Miss Davis was born in Boone County Oct 8, 1879 the daughter of Monroe and Ann Davis. She was never married. She was a member of the local Christian Church and for 13 years was a teacher in Ashley & Jamestown schools. She had been employed in an Indianapolis department store for the past 16 years. Besides the parents the survivors are 3 brothers: Ray at home; Russell of Columbus, Ohio and John of Hartford city and 3 sisters: Mrs. Josie Mitchell of Indianapolis; Mrs. Floyd Kessler of Speedway; and Mrs. Arthur Ziegler of Toledo. Last rites for the dead woman will be held at the Davis home at 10 Sunday morning. Burial in Jamestown IOOF [Independent Order of Odd Fellows] Cemetery.