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Lough - Glen Stratton

Source: Waveland Independent newspaper, Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana, June 15, 1944

Glenn Stratton LOUGH, well known former Waveland boy, died at  Danville, Indiana June 11, after an illness of about six weeks of  heart trouble which was believed to have been caused by rheumatic  fever which he had years ago. Glenn was born April 11, 1900 the  oldest son of Arthur and Lou Lough and had been employed at the  Edmondson Garage in Danville as an auto mechanic since he was 19.  He was married to Pauline MERRITT of Danville, at 22 and lived in  Danville where he was a member of the Christian Church and the  Masonic and Eastern Star Lodge. There survive his wife and both  parents, a brother, Parke and a sister, Mrs. Mary WADDELL. The  funeral and burial were in Danville last Thursday afternoon at  2:30 from the Bats Funeral Home. - typed by kbz


Source: Waveland Independent. Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana, April 7, 1927

Glenn Lough and Miss Pauline Merritt of Danville were married on  Tuesday last in Indianapolis by the Grand Chaplin, F & AM. They  will make their home in Danville, where Glenn is employed in the  Edmondson garage. He is the son of Mr. & Mrs. D.A. Lough and  was born at Guion. Mrs. Lough is a Danville girl and a graduate of the  high school. She was employed in the County clerks office  resigining that position to be married.
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