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Lough - Anna Demaree

Source: Waveland Independent Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana Aug 2, 1912

Mrs. Roy Lough died at Culver Hosp. early on Mond. morning. Funeral services were conducted at the home of Mr. Lough's father, Joseph Lough, near Marshall by Rev HC Riley on Tuesday afternoon. Interment in the Bethany Cemetery,  Mrs. Anna Irene Lough was the daughter of Howard I. Demaree. Her mother, Elizabeth Campbell Demaree died several years ago. Besides the father she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Harry Canine of New Ross and Miss Betty Demaree; two brothers, Samuel and John; a half sister, Dorothy. She was born December 21, 1880 and was reared on the farm near Byron. She graduated from the Waveland HS with the class of 1909. She married Roy E. Lough Dec 25, 1911 and they have since lived on a part of the Joseph Lough farm. It was found necessary to perform the Ceasarian operation on her on Sunday afternoon and from this she failed to rally. The following is from the obituary:

She was dedicated to the Lord by the rite of baptism when she was a baby in the Presbyterian Church in Waveland and this has always been the faith and Church of her choice. Her girlhood life was of the abundant full kind, full of life, fun and energy, happy, sunny and cheerful, even tempered. She was greatly loved & respected by all who knew her. Those attending the funeral from a distance were; Miss Helen Campbell and Douglas Carpenter of Cincinnati; Mr. & Mrs. Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. TL Canine, Crawfordsville; Hal Dronberg, Mrs. Walter Himmelbaughter, Terre Haute; Mr. Kerr and family, Hillsboro; Nelson Lough and family, Hillsboro; Mr. & Mrs. Harry Canine, New Ross. - kbz
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