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Lydick - Charles ANdrew

Source: Waveland Independent newspaper, Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana, Thursday, Nov 12, 1942

Funeral obsequies for Charles A. Lydick were held at the home   last Thursday afternoon with Rev. CN McBrayer officiating. Music   was furnished by a male quartet composed of Paul Emmert; Theron   Banta; Myron Banta and Lee Porter who sang, It is Well With My   Soul and Sweet By and By with Mrs. Theron Banta presiding at the   piano. Pall bearers were Clair Wilkinson; Clarence Wilkinson;   Claude Lydick; Charles Bayless and Robert McMurray, all nephews   of the deceased and Damon Booher, a cousin. Interment was in   Sugar Grove Cemetery near New Richmond. Those attending the   funeral from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. JW Dickson of   Jamestown; Mr. and Mrs. DM Stallard; Mrs. C Stallard, Mrs. Ethel   Evey; WW McCord; Mrs. ER Skinner and Harry Hendricks of   Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilkinson of Edinburgh; Miss   Nelle McCord of Toledo, Ohio; Mrs. Robert Pearson and daughter of   Indianapolis; Miss Edith Dettbenner and John Stewart of West   Point; Charles Bayless; Mr. and Mrs. EF Wilkinson; Clair   Wikinson of Crawfordsville; Mrs. Nelle Mason of Ladoga; Mrs.   Albert Seaman; Mrs. Cecil Sandusky; Mrs. Lou Surface and Mrs.   Clarence Burford of New Market and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Wilkinson   of Bloomingdale. - typed by kbz
Source: Crawfordsville Journal & Review November 3, 1942

Waveland -- Charles Andrew Lydick, 77, retired farmer died Tuesday morning at his home here. He had been ill since July with a heart ailment. Born Sept 26, 1865 near Browns Valley, the son of Robert and Rebecca Foster Lydick, pioner Montgomery County couple, Mr. Lydick was married Aug 29, 1911 to Mary E. Stallard at Lafayette. He was a prominent member of the Methodist Church and for a number of years resided in Ks and California. Surviving are the widow, a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Peck; two grandchildren, Lura Ellen Peck and Sarah Louise Peck; a son-in-law, William Peck; three brothers, OM Lydic of Browns Valley; Ollie Wilkinson of Tangier and Frank Wilkinson of Parkersburg; a sister, Mrs. Lou Surface of new Market and ab rother-in-law, Edgar pitts of Waveland. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock thursday afternoon at the late residence in Waveland with burial at Sugar Grove Cemetery, NW of New Richmond. The burial will take place at 3 o'clock and short services will be held at the grave. The officiating minister will be Rev. CN McBrayer. - kbz
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