born September 4, 1896 in Crawford County to Samuel and Amanda (Jacobs)
Love, both deceased, passed away April 6, 1984 at Orange County
Memorial. He also had been a patient at Medco Center for two months.
married to Minnie M. Cox, December 5, 1915 and she passed away October
5, 1983. He spent his early years growing up in French Lick when he
worked as a chauffeur for Thomas D. Taggart, and The Power House. He
was a veteran of World War I and served in Germany. He later moved to
Eckerty, Ind. where he was retired from the railroad and as a farmer.
He leaves to
mourn his loss, two half-sisters, Rachel Love of Indianapolis and
Hattie Hall, Paoli; three nieces, Inez Weaver, Glenda Scheck, and Gene
Davis of California; three nephews, Carl and Frank Seals of French Lick
and Joe Seals of New Jersey.
conducted from Denbo Funeral Home at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 8. Final
resting place was Potters Cemetery. Officiating clergyman was Bobby
Kelly of English, Indiana.
TO THANK YOU
We would like
to thank you, the aides, nurses and doctors of Orange County Memorial
Hospital and Medco Center of French Lick. Also those who visited,
helped, sent cards, flowers and prayers during the recent illness of
our uncle Glenn Love. We thank you. Nieces and Nephews. Submitted by
services were held Saturday at Dillman-Ellis Funeral Home for Virgil R.
Clark, 82, Paoli R4, who died Wednesday (Nov. 15, 1989) at Washington
County Memorial Hospital in Salem. Bro. George Galloway officiated.
He was born
in Pardee, Va., Aug. 31, 1907 to William Lloyd and Elizabeth Bush
Clark. He married Ethel Clay in December of 1928 and she survives. He
was a retired employee of Cornwell Company
survivors include two sons, Lee Clark, Keokee, Va., and Harold Clark,
New Lexington, Ohio; eight daughters, Mrs. Debbie Chipman, Mrs. Mary
Ann Soliday, and Mrs. Dorothy Williams, all of Orleans; Mrs. Norma
Mahuron and Mrs. Carolyn Cobb, both of Bedford; Mrs. Nancy Tirey,
Mitchell; Mrs. Mildred Robertson, Paoli and Mrs. Shirley Reynolds,
Panama, Mo.; two brothers, Tom of Jackson, Tenn.; and Robert of Big
Stone Gap, Va.; 39 grandchildren and 44 greatgrandchildren. Burial was
in Stampers Creek Cemetery. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
services are at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home for
Catherine Baxter, 77, Trinity, Tex., formerly of. Orange County, who
died Friday (Nov 17, 1989) in Huntsville Memorial Hospital in
Huntsville, Tex. Rev. Mark O'Brien is officiating and burial will be in
Ames Chapel Cemetery.
She was born
Jan. 10, 1912 in Indianapolis to Frank and Jane Gates Van Deren. She
married C.G. "Bud" Baxter and he survives.
with the husband are two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Jane Holloway of
Houston and Mrs. Marilyn Ann Martin of Dryden, N.Y.; one brother,
William Van Deren of Indianapolis; four grandchildren; and one
greatgrandchild. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
services were conducted Sunday at First Baptist Church for Billie Ana
Denton, 51, Paoli R2, who died Thursday (Nov. 15, 1989) at Jewish
Hospital in Louisville. Rev. Scott Gentry officiated at services and
burial, under the direction of Dillman-Ellis Funeral Home, was in
Stampers Creek Cemetery.
She was born
in Paoli, Dec. 1937, a daughter, of William and Mary Wells Wolfe. She
married Knofel Denton June 14, 1980 and he survives. She was the
dietary manager of the new Wee Care Center; vice president of Paoli
BPW, a member of the Democrat Women and First Baptist Church.
her husband; two sons, Matt Johnson of Marengo and Mark Platt;
daughter, Lori Denton; a step-son, Gary Denton; her mother; two
sisters, Janke Walls and Jean Ruetze; and six grandchildren. Submitted
by Phyllis Bennett.
held Saturday at Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home for Ola Marie Holzbog,
91, French Lick, who died Thursday (Nov16, 1989) at Medco Center. Rev.
Randy McNeely officiated with burial in Ames Chapel Cemetery.
She was born
Sept. 22, 1898 in Pike County to William and Florence Eleanor McClellon
Jacobs. She was first married to George Robertson, who died in 1962:
She then married Charles H. Holzbog, who died in 1972. She was a member
of West Baden First Baptist Church.
a ; daughter, Rosemary Cave; a son, George Robertson of Louisville; a
sister, Maude Thomas of Phoenix, Ariz.; three grandcildren; and six
great-grandchildren. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
PAOLI - Pearl
Longest, 79, of Paoli, died Saturday afternoon (June 19, 1989) at
Humana University Hospital in Louisville, Ky., after being involved in
a traffic accident.
Born July 31,
1909, in Orange County, she was the daughter of Charles and Belle
(Smith) Hankins. She married Felix Longest on April 24,1928.
include two sons, Norman Longest of Bedford and Raymond Longest of
Evansville; six daughters, Louise Tuell of Paoli, Julia Jones of
Mitchell, Claudetta Clark of Paoli, Shirley Palmer of Umatilla, Fla.,
Linda Kiefner of Bedford, and Nancy Meyer of Paoli; two brothers, Lewis
Hankins of Junction City, Kan., and Clarence Hankins of Jester, Va.;
two sisters, Annie Longest and Majel Bennett, both of Paoli; 33
grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and two great-great
preceded in death by her husband, Felix Longest. Services will be 1
p.m. Monday at the Dillman-Ellis Funeral Home in Paoli with Brother
Larry Richardson officiating. Burial will be in Paoli EUB Cemetery.
call at the funeral home from 4-9 p.m. Sunday and from 8 a.m. until the
time of services Monday. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
the springtime of life about us - the budding of the leaves, the
unfolding of the flowers, the songs of the birds. We think of the
beginning of a new life, not its end.
This today is
but another evidence that life, however long it may be, must come to
its appointed end. Today we pause to pay tribute of respect to this
mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother, sister and friend.
Lavina, the 5th child of George Wilmer and Mena (Apple) Riley, was born
July 11,1914 in Orange County, Indiana. She was united in marriage to
Chester Hawkins September 25, 1930. To this union were born two
children, Wayne Dale and Violet Lillian.
She spent her
lifetime farming with her husband and was well know for her hand
quilting: Lillian was a member of the Happy Valley Extension Homemakers
for many years. She was a very loving and devoted wife, mother,
grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend to ail who, were
privileged to know her. Her husband, Chester, passed away April 6,1977.
Also two sisters Sarah Hawkins and Pearl Roberts, and three brothers
Charles, Clarence and Glendon Riley preceded her in death.
And then she
was baptized into Christ at an early age. She was a member of the Cross
Roads Church of Christ. Like a shadow thrown softly and silently from a
passing cloud she passed away Thursday, May 3,1990 at 11:07 am. at the
Orange County Hospital, thus closing a life of 75 years, 9 months and
21 days. She will be sadly missed by her family, many friends and
passing, she leaves one son Wayne Hawkins, the daughter Violet Jones,
son-in-law Norman Jones and daughter-in-law Yvonne Hawkins; two
grandsons Roger Dale Hawkins of Youngs Creek, George Chester Jones of
Indianapolis; two great-granddaughters Yvonne Michelle Hawkins of
Marengo Lauryn Elyse Jones of Indianapolis; one brother George Riley of
Converse, Indiana; many nieces, nephews and friends. Submitted by
Services For Della Drake On Friday
age 75, died at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday (July 25, 1978), at Medco Center
where she had been a patient for 5 years. She was a former resident of
was born June 27, 1903 in Dubois County to Asberry Crowder and Mattie
Mills. She was married to Lloyd Drake who preceded her in death on
January 5, 1970.
one daughter, Joanne Schiewer of Indianapolis; one son, Forrest Drake,
also of Indianapolis; five grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Friends may call after 1:30 p.m. today at the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral
Home in French Lick where services will be conducted ,at 11 a.m. on
Friday. Mrs. Drake was a member of the Cuzco Christian Church and
burial will take place in the church cemetery. Submitted by Phyllis
Springs Valley Herald (February 21, 1935) Obituary
Cox, son of the late William J. and Martha Cox, was born April 1, 1888,
and departed this life at his home In Bloomington, Indiana, February
18,1935, having reached the age of 48 years, 8 months and 14 days
For the past
twenty years he had been a resident of Bloomington and was employed
with the Showers Brother company until about 9 months ago when his
health began to fall, he was obliged to surrender to a disease that
proved to be Incurable.
illness, he sought every possible means for relief but without success.
Turning his attention to things spiritual rather than temporal, he
witnessed a definite renewal of his spiritual life and finished his
days in peace with God. He enjoyed the frequent visits of Christian
people and found great comfort and strength their songs and prayers. He
was a member of the Arlington Methodist Episcopal Church.
survived by one son, Cecil E., and a daughter, Gladys M. Cox, both at
home, who gave him every possible assistance and whose lives were a
constant source of enjoyment to the last. He leaves also three
brothers, James M. Cox of Youngs Creek; John S. Cox of English and
William A. Cox of Elon; and two sisters, Mrs. Dora Wood of Youngs Creek
and Mrs. Elizabeth Moon of Paoli.
It was during
his ill health that his mother, Mrs. Martha Cox passed away on January
22, 1985. His faithful companion was removed, by death in June, 1925.
In all these losses, he proved faithful to the over mastering power of
a Divine Providence. His last days were spent in great physical
distress but, without question or complaint, he faced the inevitable
and went out to meet the lord in peace. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Haverly Mortuary for Jane
Tegarden, 37, Mitchell R2, who died 8 p.m. Sunday (July 22, 1990) at
Bedford Medical Center. Burial will be at Lawrenceport Cemetery.
She was born
in Washington County to Oscar and Zella Marie Redus Wilson. She married
Carl Tegarden on Jan. 12, 1973 and he survives.
She owned and
operated Carl's Gift Shop near Spring Mill State Park and was an
employee of Paoli Peaks. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints.
with the husband area son, John, at home; a daughter, Lisa, at home; a
brother, Timothy Wilson of Duluth, Minn.
will be from 2 to 4. p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Tuesday and from 10 am.
Wednesday until the service at the mortuary. Submitted by Phyllis
daughter of Seth and Elzora Connell Wagner, was born February 8, 1891,
in Martin County near Shoals, Indiana, and departed this life Monday
morning at 3 o'clock a.m. June 9, 1947, at the age of 68 years, 4
months and 1 day.
In the year
1908 she was united 1n marriage to Thomas D. Pinnick, who shared each
others joys and sorrow until her death. To this union six children were
born, three sons and three daughters, namely: Floyd of Chicago,
Illinois; Treavor of Mt. Vernon, Indiana; Mrs. Thelma Shipman of
Shoals, Indiana; Mrs. Dorothy Powell of Powell Valley and Carl and
Patsy at home.
In the year
of 1907, she was united with the Church of Christ at Miller School
house in Martin County, later moving her membership to the Red Quarry
Christian Church of which she was a faithful attendant as long as
health permitted. She was a loving wife and mother and was always
working to make her home comfortable for her family.
always Interested in the affairs of her community and ready to lend a
willing and helping hand at any time. One example of this was her
sacrifice and faithful endeavor to help build this building and to make
this a church for the betterment of all her neighbors ands friends.
husband and children mentioned she leaves to mourn their loss, one
brother, Carroll Wagner of French Lick, Indiana; six grandchildren; two
nieces; two sons-in-law; one daughter-inlaw and a host of relatives and
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to
express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and
neighbors who assisted us during the Illness and death of our wife and
mother. We especially wish to thank W. V. Ritter and Son, Dr. B. E.
Sugarman, Rev. R. G. D. Gerkins, Dr. Dr. Geo. W. Wise, the singers,
those who furnished cars and those who sent floral offerings. T. D.
Plnnlck and Family Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
services were held Saturday at Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home for Marie
Wininger Seybold, 66, Dubois R1, formerly of French Lick, who died
Thursday (Nov. 9, 1989) at Jasper Memorial Hospital. Burial was in Mt.
She was born
Dec. 23, 1922 in Martin County to Franklin and Martha Jones Howell. She
first married Charles Wayne Wininger and he died June 16,1957. She
married Winston Seybold Aug. 25,1962 and he died Feb. 18, 1987.
She was a
member of Nicholson Valley Christian Church and had worked at Kimball
Piano Company for 25 years, retiring in 1985. She was a member of the
French Lick American Legion Auxiliary.
two daughters; Mrs. Sharon Hall, Dubois R1, and Mrs. Janet Pridemore,
Mitchell; one son, Gary W. Wininger of Bloomington; a stepson, Robert
Seybold of Campbellsburg; five sisters; Mrs. Grace Moore of Dubois,
Mrs. Opal Breedlove of North Webster, Mrs. Zelda Archer of West Baden,
Mrs. Alta Abershradt of Indianapolis and Edith Cauble of Portland,
Ore.; eight grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; and two
greatgrandchildren. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
services were held Monday at Denbo Funeral Home in English for Burness
Walton, 91, English R3, who died Friday (Nov. 10, 1989) at Methodist
Hospital in Indianapolis. Elder Mike Chastain officiated with burial in
Providence Cemetery near English.
He was born
Oct. 17, 1898 in Crawford County to George and Elizabeth Parks Walton.
He married Delsie McMahel, who preceded him in death in 1977. He was a
retired farmer, a civil service employee, for 24 years, and Army
veteran of World War I and a member of Providence Baptist Church.
include two sons, W. Clair Walton of Louisville and Harley G. Walton of
Indiinapolis; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
78, of Orleans, died Friday (Aug 17, 1990) at Westview Manor Nursing
Home in Bedford.
Born Oct. 13,
1911, in Kentucky she was the daughter of Hampton and Bertie (Baldwin)
Smith. Survivors include two sons, Edsel and Glen Riley, both of
Orleans; one daughter, Geraldeine Sloan of Orleans; one brother, Odel
Smith of London, Ky.; two sisters, Lorene Pennington of London, Ky. and
Lora Edmenson of North Carolina; four grandchildren and three
preceded in death by her husband, Carl Riley and one son. Services will
be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Ochs-Tetrick Funeranl Home in Orleans with the
Rev. Lewis Williams officiating. Burial will be in the Mount Pleasant
Baptist Cemetery. Friends may call 5-9 p.m. today. Submitted by Phyllis
services were conducted Monday morning at Ochs-Tetrick Funeral Home for
Stella Riley, 78, Orleans, who died Friday (Aug 17, 1990) at the
Westview Manor Nursing Rome in Bedford. Rev. Lewis Williams officiated
at rites and burial was in Mt. Pleasant Baptist Cemetery.
She was born
Oct. 13, 1911 in Kentucky to Hampton and Bertie Baldwin Smith. She
married Carl Riley and he preceded her in death. Survivors include two
sons, Edsel and Glen Riley, both of Orleans one daughter, Geraldine
Sloan of Orleans; one brother, Odel Smith of London, Ky.; two sisters,
Lorene Pennington of London, Ky. and Lora Edmenson of North Carolina;
four grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Submitted by Phyllis
Gertrude M., August 7,1906 - August 13, 1990
Gertrude Mae Pruett, 84, Mitchell Manor, died at 12:44 a.m. Monday at
the manor. Born in Lawrence County,, she was the daughter of Elza and
Cora (Pridemore) Terrell. She married Homer M. Pruett in 1929, and he
died Sept. 24, 1973.
She was a
member of Bonds Chapel United Methodist Church.
two sons: Clifford Pruett, R. 1, Campbellsburg, and Carl Pruett, R. 4,
Mitchell; two daughters: Mary Wigley, R. 4, Mitchell, and Carolyn Sue
Cooper, R. 3, Orleans; 17 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren;
four brothers: Roy Terrell, R. 4, Mitchell, Roscoe Terrell, French
Lick, and Elmer Terrell and George Terrell, both of Mitchell, and three
sisters: Fannie Emberton, Indianapolis, Rome Terrell, R. 1, Williams,
and Sarah Eisele, Bedford.
preceded in death by two sons, one sister and one brother. Services
will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at 'Chastain Funeral Home in Mitchell, the
Rev. Larry Williams and Bro. Randy Nation officiating. Burial will be
in Bonds Chapel Cemetery.
call at the funeral home from 3 to 9 p.m. today and after 8 a.m.
Wednesday. Pallbearers will be: Jerry Pruett, Lonnie Pruett and Treat
Pruett, Bill Wigley, Rick Wigley and Randy Wigley. Submitted by Phyllis
Feb. 25, 1908 - August 13, 1990
FRENCH LICK -
Laura Harris, 82, of French Lick, died Monday at the Medco Center in
French Lick. Born in Gibson County, she was the daughter of John and
Mary Catherine (Roberts) Shipman. She was a homemaker.
include one sister, Elise Knowles of Illinois. She was preceded in
death by her husband, Alvin Harris. Private graveside services will be
Wednesday at the New Richmond Cemetery. Friends may call from 6:30-9
p.m. today at the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home in French Lick.
Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
Hall, 79, Orleans, died, Saturday (Aug 11, 1990) at Dunn Memorial
Hospital in Bedford. Funeral services are at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at
Ochs-Tetrick Funeral Home with Rev. Lewis Williams officiating. Burial
will be in Fairview Cemetery.
He was born
in Washington County Jan. 7, 1911 to Earl and Sarah Mathew Hall. He
married Faye Riester March 12,1932 and she survives.
He retired in
1974 from Ingalls' Stone Mill in Bedford. He was a member of Orleans
First Baptist Church.
with the wife are one son; Harold Hall of Mitchell; one daughter, Patty
Pickens of Orleans; three brothers, Charles Hall of Bedford, Ives Hall
of Lafayette and Lane Hall of Mitchell; two sisters, Dorothy Polly
White and Bonnie Pridemore, both of Clarksville; three grandchildren;
and five great-grandchildren. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
Riester, 73, Paoli, died at 9:02 p.m. Tuesday (Aug 7, 1990) at the
Jasper Memorial Hospital. He was born in Orange County May 28,1917 to
James and Lola Lewis Riester. On Nov. 5, 1949 he married Marian McKenna
retired from the Cornwell Corporation. He was a veteran of World War II
and a Purple Heart recipient. He was a lifetime member of the American
Legion and the French Lick VFW.
with the wife are two brothers, Clifford Riester and James Riester,
both of Paoli; and one sister, Ruby Apple of Paoli. Funeral services
will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Dillman-Ellis Funeral Home with Rev.
Clifton Coulter officiating. Burial will be in Stampers Creek Cemetery.
Visitation at the funeral home is after 5 p.m. Thursday. Submitted by
services are at 1 p.m. Thursday at Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home in
French Lick for Dale W. Southern, 74, Ft. Myers, Fla., who died Monday
(March 12, 1990), at Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center in Ft.
Myers. Rev. Larry Williams will officiate and burial will be in Ames
He was born
in Orange County Dec. 27, 1915 to Walter A. and Stella Scarlett
Southern. He was married to the former Ruth Patton, who survives. He
was retired from Crane Naval Weapons Support Center, and was a member
of the Masonic Lodge.
with, the wife are one son, Thomas Southern of Indianapolis; two
stepsons, Thomas D. Patton of Ft. Myers Beach, Fla., and Robert Patton
of Dallas, Tex.; one brother, Ford Southern of West Baden; five
grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Submitted by Phyllis
Wells, 76, of Orleans R1; died Monday (July 2, 1990) at Orange County
Hospital. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at Ochs-Tetrick
Funeral Home at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Lewis Williams officiating.
He was born
Dec. 14, 1913 in Osaka, Va., the son of Johnce and Mattie Hall Wells.
He married Melous Martin July 14,1945 and she survives. He was a
retired laborer at Essex in Orleans and a retired farmer. He was a
member of Plainview Baptist Church in Millers Chapel, Va.
three sons Dayton Wells and Carson Wells, both of Bedford and Ancil
Wells, Lynn; one brother, Paul Wells, Jonesville, Va.; two
half-brothers, J.T. Wells. and J.C. Wells, both of Kingsport, Tenn.;
one sister, Edith Cross, Bristol, Tenn.; three half-sisters, Jewel
Fisher, Ben Hur, Va., and Laura Johnston and Billie Wells, both of
King-, sport, and three grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral
home from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
services will be conducted Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Brosmer-Drabing
Funeral Home for Herman R. Rose, 73, French Lick, who died at 10:45
p.m. Sunday at Jasper Memorial Hospital.
He was born
Jan. 29, 1917 in Vigo County, the son of Thomas F. and Alice Hubbs
Rose. He married Grace Mills Dec. 30, 1939 and she died Dec. 2, 1987.
He was an Army veteran of World War II and retired from Crane Naval
Weapons Support Center in 1978.
include one daughter, Linda Shipman, French Lick; one son, Billy Rose,
Waynetown; one brother, George Rose Woodburn, Ore.; four grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home
after 6 p.m. Tuesday Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
Herman R. Rose, 73, Dies Sunday, July 1, At Jasper
Rose, 73, French Lick, died Sunday, July 1 (1990), at 10:45 p.m. at
the, Jasper Memorial Hospital. He was born to Thomas Franklin and Alice
Hubbs Rose on January 29, 1917 in Vigo County.
Grace E. Mills December 30, 1939 and she proceeded him in death on
December 24, 1987. Survivors include one daughter Linda Shipman, French
Lick and one son, Billy Rose, Waynetown. One brother, George Rose,
Woodburn, Oregon, four grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
from Crane in 1978 and he served in the army in W.W. II. Services will
be held at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, at the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home
with burial in the Cuzco Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today.
Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
Noble Lashbrook Dies Friday In Jasper Hospital
Lashbrook, 79, R.R.2, French Lick, died Friday morning (June 12, 1977)
at the Dubois County Hospital in Jasper where he had been a patient for
A son of
James D. and Amy E. Riley Lashbrook, he was born In Orange County on
August 27, 1896.
his wife, Mary Etta Barnett Lashbrook; a son, Winston Lashbrook, R.R.2,
French Lick; a daughter, Wilma Thurston, French Lick; three
grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
was held Sunday afternoon at the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home. Burial
was in Moores Ridge Cemetery.
He was in the
timber business for about 40 years but had been an invalid since May
18, 1972 when he was injured by a falling tree. He also did custom
harvesting years ago, operating a corn shredder which ran from a steam
engine. He also served as Orange County Road Superintendent for 12
years. Rev. Harry Taylor and Rev. George Galloway officiated at the
funeral. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
Death Claims Fay Love At Orange County Hospital
Fay Love, 79,
R.R.2, French Lick, passed away Sunday (Nov 14, 1975) at the Orange
County Hospital where she had been a patient since June 5.
She was born
July 25, 1897, in Crawford County to James and Ada Nash Eastridge. On
May 12, 1917, she married Odes Love, who survives.
She was a
member of the Cane Creek Christian Church in French Lick. Survivors in
addition to her husband, Odes, include one daughter, Mrs. Maxine
Kendall, and one son, Lester Love, both of French Lick; two sisters,
Mrs. Anna Bolin, Wayne, Michigan and Mrs. Pearl Stockinger, Plymouth;
four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A son and two brothers
preceded her in death.
services were held Tuesday at the Cane Creek Christian Church, with Br.
Frank Buck officiating. Taber Funeral Home was in charge of
arrangements. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.
TAYLOR, Fred W.
Fred W. Taylor Dies At Bloomington
Taylor, 72, of, R.2 French Lick, died at 5:25 p.m. Saturday (Jun 25,
1978) at Bloomington Hospital.
was born September 11, 1905, in Crawford County to John and Alice
Gilliatt Taylor. He is survived by his wife, the former Kathryn Kearby
to whom he was married September 7, 1929.
He is also
survived by three daughters, Mrs. Peggy Hillis of Montgomery, Alabama,
Mrs. Shirley, Love of Carmel, Indiana, and Mrs. Margaret Dotson of West
Baden; four brothers, Claude, Alva and Roy, all of French Lick, and
Harry of Connersville. Six grandchildren also survive.
farmer, Mr. Taylor was also a local merchant for many years. He was a
member of the Cane Creek Christian Church where services were held at 2
p.m. Monday, with Rev. Charles Crews officiating. Burial took place in
the church cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of the
Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home. Submitted by Phyllis Bennett.