Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Margaret Tillery, 88, 1023 S McCann St., died at 2:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, 1992, in her home [ Kokomo, Indiana ] She was born Jan. 4, 1904, in French Lick, [ Indiana], a daughter of Michael Kerr and Mary Ellen [Beatty] Bolling. Sept. 28, 1920, she married Howard A Tillery, who survives.
Tillery was a member of First Church of the Nazarene and Fitken Missionary class. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. William [ Marie] Arnest of Kokomo: a brother, Munson Bolling of Terre Haute; and a sister, Marie Williams of French Lick. A son, six brothers and two sisters preceded her in death.
Services are at 2 p.m. Tuesday in First Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Verdean Owens will officiate. Burial will be in Albright Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Fenn Funeral Home and one hour before services Tuesday at the church.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Pickard services
LOGANSPORT - Services for Laura [ Lura ] Pickard, 71, a former Kokomo resident, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Cane Creek Christian Church in Orange County with the Rev. Charles crews officiating. Burial will be in Cane Creek cemetary. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today in Ellers Mortuary.
Mrs. Pickard died at 6 a.m. Monday, July 24 1978, in Logansport State Hospital.
Born October 20, 1906, in Orange County, she was the daughter of Henry and Emma Flick.
Surviving are three sons, Ronald Foster of Kokomo, Uhl Dean Bledsoe of Indianapolis and Charles E Bledsoe of Sioux Falls, S.D.; three sisters, Mamie Martin [Barton] of Kokomo and Fern Davis and Hallie Goodpasture, both of French Lick: and six grandchildren.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
" I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, though he die, yet shall he live: and whosever liveth and believeth on me shall never die."
Alice Lettie Love was born January 9, 1892 at English, Indiana, the daughter of Samuel and Amenda [Amanda] Jacobs Love.
She passed away at the Orange County Hospital in Paoli, Indiana, December 2, 1976, at 1:30 p.m., of a lingering illness of several months. She was 84 years, 10 months and 23 days old.
On February 25, 1909 she was married to Fredrick D. Seals who passed away June 19, 1968.
To this union were born Inez Weaver and Carl Seals of French Lick, Joe P. Seals of Paterson, New Jersey, Frank E. Seals of Elmwood Park, Illinois; Norma Jean Davis of Banning, California, Glenda Scheck of Kokomo, Indiana, James Olin Seals of St. Petersburg, Florida, and Marjorie L. Way who died just two months before her mother. Another daughter [ Virginia Ruth] and a son [ Charles Herbert ] also preceded her in death.
She leaves 22 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren and six great-great granchildren.
From this world of pain and sorrow
To the land of peace and rest,
God has taken you, dear Mother,
Where you've found eternal rest.
Though your hand we cannot touch,
We will never lose sweet memories
Of the Mom we love so much.
God knew you were suffering
And the hill was hard to climb,
So he gently closed your eyelids
And whispered " Peace be thine.'
A happy home we once enjoyed,
How sweet the memories still;
No one know the silent heartaches
Only those who have lost, can tell
Of the grief we bear in silence
For our Mom we loved so well.
Funeral services were held at the Brosmer- Drabing Funeral Home on Sunday, December 5 , at 2 p.m., with burial in the Moores Ridge Cemetery.

From The Springs Valley Herald Thursday, Feb. 18, 1937
Mrs. Mary S Seals, 76, died at her home here last night... Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 19 followed by burial in Fairview Cemetery in Martin County... [ 2nd wife of James Buchanen Seals]
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Services for Odes Love, 95, of French Lick, were held last Saturday, May 1 at the Dillman-Ellis Funeral Home with Bro. Jack Tolbert officiating. Burial was in the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery.
He was born at French Lick April 8, 1898 to Samuel and Liluzena Case Love. He married Fay Eastridge who died June 12, 1977.
Surviving is a daughter, Maxine Kendall of French Lick; four grandchildren, Keith Ivan Love, Linda Mae Cundiff. Glendon Kendall and Gene Kendall and four great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two sons, Glen and Lester Love.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Marjorie Lucille Seals Way was born March 7, 1924 to Fred and Alice Love Seals and passed away at Oak Forest Hoptital in Illinois on Tuesday, September 21, 1976 after an extended illiness.
A wake was held at the Rambo Funeral Home Friday night, September 24, from 4-9 for friends. Her body was brought to the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home Saturday, September 25, and a wake was held Saturday night from 8 to 9 by Father David Kahle.
She leaves to mourn her passing her husband, William R. Way; a son Nicky Haydon; her mother, Alice Seals; three sisters, Norma Jean Davis of Banning, California, Glenda Scheck of Kokomo and Inez Weaver of French Lick; four brother, J.P. Seals of Paterson, New Jersey, Frank Seals of Elmwood, Illinois, James Olin Seals of St. Petersburg, Florida and Carl Seals of French Lick; one uncle, four aunts and several nieces and nephews.
Services were held Sunday by Ren. Menlo Bennett at the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home with burial in the Ames Chapel Cemetery. Pallbearers were her nephews, Rex Weaver, Max Weaver, Mike Seals, Jeff Seals, Donald Seals and Jimmie Seals.
We've all know a lot of heart breaks,
Each different in many ways, it's true.
But none of us knew what heart break really was
Until the day that God took you.
We just didn't think we could bear it,
How we dreaded that day to come,
But the Lord was there beside us
To comfort and bless each one.
You have many friends, Honey, who loved you
And with a family such as ours
With love proven beyond belief
By the tremendous display of flowers.
If there is a crown in God's heaven
For the sister who was "greatest' in every way,
We won't have to look when you get there;
You'll be shining in your array.
By her sisters, Jean, Glenda, and Inez.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Ernest H Walls, 81, of Paoli, died Friday, February 11 at the Paoli Convalescent Center.
He was born at French Lick on March 10, 1912 to John and Emma Belcher Walls. He married Mayme E. Decker who preceded him in death in June 1982.
He was a retired from US Gypsum in Shoals.
Funeral services were Tuesday, February 16 at the chapel of the Kemple-Dillman-Ellis Funeral Home in Paoli with Pastor Jeff Cook officiating. Burial was in the Ames Chapel Cemetery.
He was a member of the Orleans Wesleyan Church, Paoli Senior citizens and AARP.
Survivors include a son, Richard Walls of Ft. Wayne: two stepsons, Donald Beatty of Greenwood and Marvin Beaty of Antioch, Tenn.; a daughter, Phyllis Denton of Paoli; a sister, Gladys Jones of Zephyr Hills, Florida; and three grandchildren and two great-grandcghildren.
Contributed by, Phyllis Bennett
Rawliegh Flick, age 82 of New Albany died Tuesday, January 6, 1970 at his home. He is survived by his wife and daughter, both of New Albany, two nephews of French, Parke Flick and Winston Flick; and two nieces, Mrs Woodrow (Juna) Robbins of Paoli and Helene Wininger of French Lick. Funeral service will be held in New Albany with burial in the Moore's Ridge Cemetery.
Contributed by, Phyllis Bennett
Mrs. Gertrude Flick, 79 died Saturday evening at the Gorge Nursing Home in French (7 Mar 1964). She had been a patient there for three weeks after being transferred from Orange County Hospital where she spent nine weeks following a stroke suffered Dec. 22.
Final rites were held Monday afternoon at Moore's Ridge conducted by Rev. Cecil Cook. Detours were made to reach the church for the services. Burial had to be postponed indefinitely.
Mrs. Flick, a native of French Lick, was the former Gertrude Fisher. She was the widow of Walter Flick. Mrs. Flick was a member of Beechwood Christian Church and active in the work of Orange County Council of Church Women, for many years.
Contributed by, Phyllis Bennett
Mrs. Elizabeth Flick, a teacher in the schools of French Lick Township for 35 years, died Saturday morning, 15 September 1962, at the Gorge Nursing Home. She was 86 years old. A member of the Methodist Church, she had remained active in church affairs until three years ago. She was the daughter of Parke Kinsey and Barbara (Enos) Kinsey, born at Stone Head in Brown County, Indiana on 12 November 1875.
Mrs. Flick is survived by one son, Parke Flick; two brothers, Charles and Clarence Kinsey; a sister, Mrs. Ella Flick and three grandchildren. All survivors are French Lick residents.
Rev. Lloyd Wright officiated at final rites at 2:00 P. M. Monday at Ritter Funeral Home. Burial was in Moore's Ridge Cemetery.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Roque { Roqua} Flick
Roque [Roqua] Flick, 71, 2907 Mill St., died Saturday [ December 25, 1971] at 11 a.m. in the Sheridan Rest Home, Sheridan, following an illness of three months.
Born Aug. 11, 1900 in Orange Co., he was the son of Henry and Emma [Bledsoe] Flick. He married Mondellia Jackson, who died in 1926. On Sept. 12, 1941, he married Glenda Seals.
He was an employee of the Miller Transportation Co. for 18 years and later was an employee of the Yellow Cab Co., Indianapolis.
Surviving is one son, Norman Flick, Denver, Colo.; four daughters, Mrs. Virginia Sheely, Mt Home, N. Carolina, Mrs. John [Mondellia] Rickey, Plattsburg, N. Y., Cynthia Bolton and Tammy Flick, both of Kokomo; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Leland [ Sheilia] McElfresh, Kokomo: four sister, Mrs. Mamie Barton and Lura Flick, both of Kokomo and Mrs. Fern Davis and Mrs. Hallie Goodspasture, both of French Lick; four brothers, Scott Flick, Kokomo, Estel Flick, Mooresville, Basil Flick, Indianapolis and Doyle Flick, Oakland, Calif.; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. One son, two brothers and one sister preceded him in death.
Funeral services are pending at the Fenn Funeral Home.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Thelma Edith Flick, 1204 E 400 S in Oakford [Ind] died at 4:38 Saturday, April 4, 1998 at Howard Community Hospital. She was 79. She was born 17 November 1918 in Martin county to Raymond and Myrtle Quinn Crowder. She married Oliver F Flick on 27 December 1935 in Paoli- he survives.
She retired from Delco Electronics in February 1977. She was a member of Fairfield Christian Church and the Forever Young Group. She collected dolls.
Survivors include three sons and two daughters-in-law: Larry and Shirley Flick of Sharpsville, Jerry and Barbara Flick of Kokomo and Oliver F Flick, Jr of Albuquerque, New Mexico: a daughter and son-in law Darlene and Dick Henderson of Sharpsville: brothers and sisters-in-law Elbert and Frances Crowder of Frankfort [ Ind ], Rufus and Roslyn Cowder of Kokomo [ Ind] and Harris and Dorothy Crowder of Alexandria. Grandchildren are Krista and Bryan DeWitt and Kim and Gary Colburn of Kokomo, Lee and Barbara Flick, Vonda and Bill Peters and Craig and Quincy Henderson all of Sharpsville [ Ind]: Steve and Julie Flick of Tipton [ Ind ] Julie and Glen Greenwood of Walton [ Ind ] Scott and Joyce Flick of Greentown [ Ind], Shari Scalf of Honolulu [ Hawaii]: Stacy and Darren surber of Frankfort, Laura Flick of Alburquerque, New Mexico and twenty great grandchildren. A brother and sister preceded her in death.
Services are 10:00 Tuesday at Ellers Webster Street Chapel 3400 S Webster. The Rev Al Serhal will officiate. Visitation is from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Albright Cemetery [ Kokomo, Ind].
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Helen M Flick, 82, 3214 Orleans Drive, died at 1:25 p.m. Monday, 7 September 1992 in Americana Healthcare Center. She was born July 27, 1910 in Paoli, a daughter of the Reverend Bart and Rena Morris. June 13, 1931, she married Scott Flick who survives. Flick was a member of St Luke's United Methodist Church, Order of Eastern Star amd Delco 35 Club. She retired from the assembly line at Delco Electronics.
Surviving are a son, Gerald F Williams of Leesburg: three sisters Florence Farris and Fern Hager both of Kokomo [Ind], and Blanche Jobin of Portland Oregon and a granddaughter. Two brothers and a sister preceded her in death.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Ellers Morturary. The Rev. Riley Case and Harold Williams will officiate. Entombment will be in Sunset Memory Gardens Mausoleum [ Kokomo ]. Friends may call from 6-8 p.m. at the morturary. Memorial contributions may be made to St Luk's Church.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Funeral services were Monday afternoon for Mrs. Bertha L. Hutslar, 72, who died Friday afternoon at Bloomington Hospital where she had been a patient one week. Rev. Claude D. Wilson officiated rites from Dillman-Ellis funeral home. Burial was in Ames Chapel cemetery. She was a member of the Baptist church.
A native of Orange County, she was born Nov. 25, 1908, a daughter of Thomas and Effie Brock Ferrell. In 1926 she married Emmett Hutslar, who survives.
Also surviving are three sons, Harold Hutslar of Columbus, Paul Hutslar of Carmel, and Larry Joe Hutslar of West Baden; a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Jackson of Orleans; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Funeral services for Robert Kenneth Ferrel, age 63 of Louisville, Ky, took place at the Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home in French Lick at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. Rev. Menlo Barnett conducted the service and burial took place in Ames Chapel Cemetery.
Mr. Ferrel was born July 18, 1916 in Orange Co, the son of Samuel Thomas and Effie Mae Brock Ferrel, long-time residents of the Prospect Community. In February, 1964, he married Anna L Daniel, who survives.
He is also survived by two sons, Everett Ferrel of Mitchell and Robert L Ferrel of Deer Park, Washington [omitted -a daughter Sheilia Jane Ferrel McElfresh of Kokomo, Indiana]: one sister, Mrs. Emmet Hutslar of Paoli; seven grandchildren [eight] and two great-grandchildren.
A member of the Baptist Church, Mr. Ferrel was employed by the Blue Bird Bakery Co. for 25 years.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Maggie Weaver Dies at Age 96
Maggie Veaver Dies at Age 96
Maggie Weaver, age 96, French Lick, died Thursday, May 5 at 6:35 p.m. in the Orange County Hospital.
She was born December 5, 1886 in Orange County to William and Eliza Robinson Nugent. She was married to Amos Weaver on March 8, 1905, and he preceded her in death in 1918.
She was employed for several years at the French Lick Springs Hotel. She was a member of Cane Creek Christian Church. Survivors include a son, Scott Weaver of French Lick; 13 grandchildren; and several great grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.
Furneal services were held Sunday at 2:00 p.m. from Brosmer Drabing Funeral Home with Rev. Robert Dean Qualkenbush officiating. Burial was in Cane Creek Cemetery.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Franklin Guy Love
Franklin Guy Love, son of Samuel and Mandy Jacobs Love, was born August 6, 1881, in Crawford County, Indiana. After an extended illness, he passed away at his home in French Lick on January 30, 1960, at the age of 78 years, 5 months and 24 days.
He was married to Mary Louisa Morgan, in French Lick, on November 1, 1903. To this union, three children were born, one of which died in infancy.
Mr. Love was member of the Improved Order of Redmen, Watonga Tribe 387, and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Lodge 812, both in French Lick.
Mr. Love is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Nellie Ferguson, of Dubois County; and one son, Guy Love, of French Lick. Other survivors include two brothers, Glenn Love, Eckerty; and Edward Love, French Lick; one sister, Mrs. Fred Seals; two half-sisters, Mrs. Chester Hall, Paoli; and Rachel Lone, Indianapolis; and two granddaughters.
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Clarence Herschel Flick, son of Fred and Ella Kinsey Flick, was born July 7, 1906 and passed away April 29, 1963. Preceeding him in death were his father, one sister and one brother. Clarence had suffered from a nervous disease since he was four years old, and had been treated by many doctors over the years.
His kind heart and understanding ways made it a joy for him to help a neighbor or friend and he never forgot one. His foremost worry was troubling others. He often said, "I don't know what I would do if it wasn't for Jesus. He understands me whether others do or not." He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, Rose, mother, Ella Flick, one brother, Winston Flick: Two sisters, Mrs. Helene Wininger and Mrs. Woodrow (Juna) Robbins. Also three uncles, Charles and Clarence Kinsey and Rawleigh Flick of New Albany, and several nieces and nephews and many, many friends. Burial was in Moore's Ridge Cemetery.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick
Knightstown Banner [Knightstown, Indiana] 19 March 1964
Hazel Brosius, Knightstown, Dies at 48
Knightstown--Final rites for Mrs. Hazel Brosius, 48 wife of Gerald Brosius, Knightstown businessman, were Tuesday in the Butcher Funeral Home. The Rev. Errnest Kegerreis, pastor of the Knightstown Methodist Church, officiated and burial was in Glen Cove Cemetery.
Mrs. Brosius died Sunday at her home in Knightstown following several months' illness.
A native of Orange County, she had lived at Knightstown since her marriage 29 years ago. Mrs. Brosius was recognized in the communtiy for her devotion to her family, and she had an unusually large number of friends.
She was born near French Lick, the daughter of [Charles] William and Laura Jacobs, and her parents had died by the time she was 10 years of age. She finished her schooling at the State Masonic Home School , and at the age of 16 became court reporter for the Orange-Washington Circuit Court, a position she held for two years. Last year, she was appointed court reporter in the Henry Circuit Court, but had to give up the work after a month or two because of ill health. She was a member of the Eastern Star, Tri Kappa Sorority, and the Knightstown Methodist Church.
Surviving besides the husband are a daughter, Jane, who is a senior at Purdue; two sons, Pfc. David Brosius of El Toro Marine Air Wing, California and William of Columbus; three sisters, Mrs. Myrna Hollowell of Vancouver, Washington, Mrs. Esther Owens and Mrs. Mary Strohl of Lebanon; a brother Elvis Jacobs of Phoenix, Ariz., one granddaughter.
Pall bearers were Sam Chase, Richard Steele, Earl Carter, Clarence Addison, Jim Williams, and Jack Ellsworth

Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans Newspaper The Progress Examiner
Orleans - William JONES The Progress Examiner April 18, 1968 William W. JONES, 82 died Thursday, April 11, 1968 at his home on N. Maple St. In declining health for the past five years, he had been critical for only two days. Death was attributed to arteriosclerosis with a stroke.
Born in Mitchell, June 5, 1884 he was the son of Anthony Wayne and Cynthia Dalton Jones. He married Mary Ellen Hostetler of Mitchell on July 5, 1903.
A former wholesale dealer in poultry and eggs, Mr. Jones became a resident of Orleans in July 1904. He was a member of the Orleans Christian Church and the a member of the I.O.O.F.. He served for 11 years as a member of the Orleans Board of Education, also served on the cemetery board, elder of the Orleans Christian Church.
Survivors include two daughters Phyllis Jones, Orleans and Edna May Jones of San Francisco CA; one son Nelson Jones of Birmingham MI; one sister Mrs. A.V. (Bessie E.) Bechtel of Berkeley CA; three grand and five great-grandchildren survive. Mr. Jones was the last son in a family of 10 boys and 1 girl.
Final rites were conducted Saturday at the Ochs Funeral Home, burial in the Fairview Cemetery.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Addie BUSICK The Progress Examiner April 1965
Funeral services for Mrs. Addie Busick age 90 were conducted from the Ochs Funeral Home Saturday for Mrs. Addie Busick who died Thursday at noon April 15 at the Orange County Hospital she had been in failing health for five years.
She was born August 21, 1874 in Orange County to Richard and Amelia Bundy Magill. She married Charles H. Busick on July 27, 1894 and he preceded her in death March 23, 1941. He was publisher of The Progress Examiner and Mrs. Busick had retained an interest in the business.
Member of Orleans Methodist Church, Village Improvement Society, American Legion Auxiliary, Order of Eastern Star and Rebekah Lodge. Survivors include two sons, Verne and Roy Busick both of Orleans; six grandchildren, Robert Busick, Orleans; Mrs. Robert Sanford, FL; Mrs. Don Batty, MI; Larry Busick, CA; Don Busick; FL; Mrs. John McCollum of Ft. Wayne IN; eleven great-grandchildren and tow great-great grandchildren. She is also survived by two sisters Mrs. Ella Standeford, Orleans and Mrs. Evaline Holaday of Paoli; one half brother Ernest Magill of Paoli and a step-brother Lennie Rutherford of Orleans.
Two sons Will M. Busick and Merle Busick preceded her in death. Burial in Fairview Cemetery.

Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Paul GOIN The Progress Examiner July 1966
Paul Leon Goin, 52 suffered a fatal heart attach at the home of his brother John L. Goin July 3. He had a similar attack in 1963, but his death came unexpectedly on Sunday.
Paul, son of Mr. And Mrs. John W. Goin, was born March 27, 1914 in Orleans, where he attended Orleans schools, graduating in 1933. He was married December 25, 1937 to Hilda Jane Fleming of Paoli and they established their home in Orleans.
While Paul was still in high school he was employed by the Jay C Store in Orleans and assumed management of the store in 1936 a position he held until 1943.
After serving two years as a radar specialist in the U.S. Nave he became manager of the Jay C Store in Mitchell, where he remained until 1965. For the past years he has been a wholesale buyer for the John C. Groub Company, headquartered out of Seymour.
Mr. Goin was a member of the Orleans Baptist Church the Masonic Lodge, American Legion and V.F.W. He had served as the Worshipful Master of the Masonic Lodge and Commander for the Legion Post. Surviving are his wife; Mrs. Jane Goin; three sister, Mrs. Vannie (Elizabeth) Matthew; Mrs. Norman (Josephine) Brim; Mrs. John (Dorothy) Brim; and one brother John L. Goin.
Funeral services were conducted at Ochs Funeral Home and burial in Fairview Cemetery.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Omer F. KIRBY The Progress Examiner March 1976
Funeral services for Omer Franklin Kirby were conducted Saturday March 29, 1976 at Ochs Funeral Home, burial in the Fairview Cemetery. Mr. Kirby, 82, died suddenly Wednesday March 17, at his home. He had been in poor health the past few years and was just recently hospitalized after suffering a heart attack.
He was born July 18, 1893, in Stampers Creek Township to Robert and Clara Kirby. He married Ruby Sutherlin on June 13, 1915 and she survives. They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary last year. 1913 Orleans High School Graduate, he then attended Central Normal College at Danville; Indiana University and Indiana State Teachers College at Terre Haute. He then taught in the rural schools of the county for seven years prior to coming to Orleans where he taught for 39 years before retiring. He taught industrial arts and organized and directed a high school orchestra and later a band that increased to 60 members. After retiring, he built a shop at his home where he enjoyed his hobby as a gunsmith and woodworker. He made and repaired guns for persons throughout the U.S. He sold this business in 1964.
He attended the Orleans United Methodist Church.
Their son Howard, was killed in 1943, during an explosion aboard the ship on which he was serving during World War II. Surviving with the wife are one grandchild and one great-grandchild both of Michigan.

Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Ross TURLEY - The Progress Examiner November 1968
Benjamin Ross Turley took his own life Tuesday, November 19, 1968 with a gunshot to the heart. Mr. Turley had been ill for almost a year and suffered severe pain from shingles.
Born May 7, 1887 in Marion Twp. Lawrence County Indiana to Aaron and Dora Hardman Turley. He was married Feb. 10, 1917 to Blanche Tegarden. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
He had been a successful farmer all his adult life. He served as a director of Producer’s Livestock Board, Louisville, KY to which he had been appointed to complete the term of his good friend and neighbor, the late Everett Johnson.
He was a member of the Orleans School Board from 1956 though 1958; member of Orange County Farmer Home Administration; member o the Indianan State Federal Housing Administration. He served as deacon for many years of the Liberty Christian Church. He was a member of the Orleans Masonic Lodge #153 F & A.M, Ancient accepted Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis.
Besides his wife he is survived by four nephews; George Carter Oregon; Turley Mace, Virginia; Walter Carter, Orleans and Merrill Turley of Scottsburg, IN. Mrs. Merrill Turley is a niece.
They had no children of their own, but growing up in the Turley home was their niece Helen Stout Williams (Mrs. John)
Burial in the Liberty Cemetery, services held at Ochs Funeral Home.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - John Stephen "Steve" BROWN - The Progress Examiner, June 1968
The tragedy of the Vietnam War was felt his week in Orleans when word was received of the death of Pfc. Steve Brown, 23, son of F.O. Brown of Roosevelt Street, Orleans. According to the report he died on June 19 as a result of a gunshot wounds received while on combat operations when hit by hostile small arms fire. He had been stationed at Cu Chi, South Vietnam. Pfc. Brown had been wounded a few weeks ago, when he suffered fragmentation wound in the hip, but returned to duty within a few days, after his hospitalization.
The tragic message of Brown’s death was received Friday, by his wife the former Beverly Ann Budd of Columbus, who then notified his family. A tracer is out too determine when the body will arrive in the states. The body will be returned to Ochs funeral home in Orleans and burial will be in the Cavetown cemetery, Washington Co., IN. According to Mr. Brown it will be seven to ten days before the body will arrive here.
He was a graduate of Orleans High School the class of 1962 and former basketball player. He attended Purdue University and Butler University prior to his employment in Indianapolis before entering the service last October. He received is basic training at Fort Knox KY and completed it on Dec. 8th then while on leave was married on Dec. 17 before reporting to Fort Polk, LA. He spent a leave with relatives in March before reporting to Oakland CA and departing March 19 for Vietnam.
He was born Sept. 5, 1944 in Orleans the son of Farrell and Lela Cudworth Brown. He was preceded in death by his mother in 1959. Survivors include the widow, his father and step-mother Mrs. Rowanna Burton Brown, two brothers, Farrell J. Brown, Jr., Orleans and Leon Brown of Michigan; two sisters Mrs. Richard (Marilyn) Hill of KY; Mrs. Roy (Phyllis) Cloud of Michigan a step-brother Harold J. Burton of Orleans.
Pfc. Was a member of the Orleans United Methodist Church.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Dennis DODDS - The Progress Examiner, July 1968
A one car crash at the south edge of Orleans resulted into eh death of Dennis Lee Dodds, 18, early Sunday Morning.
Dennis graduated last May from the Orleans High School and was preparing to enter Porter College in Indianapolis this fall. He was a member of the Orleans Christian Church.
Dennis was born April 5 1950 in Bedford IN to Richard and Mary Lois Dodds.
Survivors include his mother; one sister Debbie at home; a brother David Dodds, Bedford and his maternal grandmother Cleatice Worrell of Orleans.
Services were held July 23 at Ochs Funeral Home with burial in the Fairview Cemetery.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Richard Dickie ALLEN - The Progress Examiner, December 12 1968
Richard Dickie Allen, 18, died instantly in an auto accident Saturday nigh on S.R. 37 just north of Orleans. He was the son of Robert and Mary Jones Allen, born September 5, 1950 he was employed by the Pyramid Construction Company at Sellersburg. He had graduated Orleans High School in May.
Survivors include his parents; one brother Robert Allen stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas; Jennifer Allen at home; maternal grandparents Mr. And Mrs. Rollie Jones of French Lick; paternal grandmother Mrs. Ruby Shirley of Orleans.
Funeral held Tuesday at Ochs Funeral Home with burial in the Fairview Cemetery.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Bonnie Jean MC CLURE PENN - The Progress Examiner, June 1974
Mrs. Jack Penn, 41, was fatally injured in a crash early Tuesday morning . The former Bonnie Jean McClure, she was a graduate of Orleans High School with the class of 1952. She married Jack Penn on August 11, 1955. He survives.
Mrs. Penn was born January 20, 1933 in Omaha Nebraska. She was the only child of Zora Easley McClure and the late James McClure. She was a member of the Orleans Methodist church and local chapter of Tri Kappa.
Surviving with the husband are three sons Gregory, Charles and Jack II; all at home and the mother Mrs. Zora McClure.
Services were at the Dillman-Ellis funeral Home in Paoli, burial in Fairview Cemetery, Orleans.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - F.O. BROWN Sr. - The Progress Examiner Thursday May, 29 1969
Farrel O. Brown, Sr., former Orleans School Board member and retired service station operator, died Friday at the Baptist Hospital in Louisville, KY. He served as Orleans Township Trustee from 1959 until 1967.
Mr. Brown, 67, was employed as night watchman at Carpenter body Works in Mitchell after he sold his service station here. A resident of South Roosevelt Street, he was a member of the Orleans united Methodist Church, Orleans Masonic Lodge and the Hacker Chapter R.A.M. Bedford.
Born July 13, 1901 in Washington County the son of Leroy and Katie Pollock Brown. He married Lela Cudworth in 1925 and she proceeded him in death November 1959. In February of 1966 he married Rowanna Burton and she survives.
Other survivors include two daughters Mrs. Phyllis Cloud of Michigan, Mrs. Marilyn Hill of KY; two sons Leon Brown of Michigan and Farrell Brown Jr., of Orleans and a step-son Harold J. Burton, Orleans; ten grandchildren; three step grandchildren; one brother, Howard Brown, Bedford and two sister Mrs. Evelyn Hirshman, Salem and Mrs. Edith Warner, Dillsboro, One son, John Stephen Brown, was killed in Vietnam on June 19, 1968.
Burial in the Cavetown Cemetery in Washington County, Indiana.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Lloyd STANDEFORD - The Progress Examiner Thursday, September 19, 1968
Lloyd Standeford, 58, died Tuesday at St. Anthony Hospital in Louisville where he had been a patient for 11 days.
A native of Orleans he was born on October 20, 1909 the son of Oscar and Ella Magill Standeford. He married Margaret Hudson on March 23, 1940.
Since the death of his father in 1945, Mr. Standeford and his wife have operated a general insurance business here. Prior to 1945 he was employed as a REA inspector in Benton County and also at Tell City. From 1942 until 1945 he was employed at the Louisville Naval Ordnance Plant.
Well known in Orleans as a person who was always willing to help when called upon, he was most often affectionately referred to as "Sonny". He was a member of the Orleans United Methodist Church, Elks Club, a director of the Bank of Orleans and past president of the Chamber of Commerce.
Survivors in addition to the widow are one brother Lowell Standeford of Ottawa, Ohio.
Final rites will be at the Ochs Funeral home and burial in the I.O.O. F. cemetery.
Contributed by, Leslie Garrett Padgett
Orleans - Orville Burke. - The Progress Examiner Thursday November, 1967
An Orleans farmer, Orville "Red" Burke, was fatally injured in a tractor accident late Monday afternoon on his farm 1 miles southwest of Orleans.
Mr. Burke, 56, was born Dec. 30, 1911 in Wayne County , Kentucky, the son of General Harrison and Nina Stepp Burke. He was united in marriage on Sept. 4, 1937 to Versa Anderson of Monticello, KY. A farmer most of his life, Mr. Burke and his family moving to this community in Feb. of 1953.
Survivors include his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Tom (Norma Sue) Williams, Orleans; Mrs. Donald (Patsy) Harris of Hope, IN; two sons David of Orleans and Roger at home. His mother of Monticello, KY, two brothers, three sisters and seven grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by this father and a brother.
He was a member of Mt. Horeb Church. Burial in the Mt. Horeb Cemetery, Orleans.

Contributed by, Sheilia Flick <
Ruth F Patchett, 76, Galveston, died at 9 am Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1997, at Howard Community Hospital. She was born Jan. 11, 1921, in French Lick, to Michael E . and Minnie [Burns] Flick, June 3, 1950, in Dade County, Ga., she married Charles R Patchett; he preceded her in death Oct 11, 1994.
Patchett retired from Delco Electronics in 1977 after 28 years. She was a former member of United Auto Workers Local 292. She enjoyed flower gardening and sewing.
Surviving are three sons and daughters-in-law, David and Kathie Gentry, Sheboygan, Wis., Charles and Janet Patchett, Twelve Mile, and Jeff and Janet Patchett, Flora; two daughters and one son-in-law, Ruth and Vance Collins, and Gloria Downs, all of Galveston: nine grandchildren: six great-grandchildren; two brothers, Roger Flick, Port Charlotte, Fla., and Hiram Flick, Sharpsville: and a sister, Mary Lou Dickey, Kokomo.
Also preceding her in death were four brothers and three sisters. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Home, 2097 W Alto Rd. The Revs. Phil and Shirley Spencer of Spirit Wind Church in Kokomo will officiate. Internment will be in Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Contributed by, Sheilia Flick <
E. Pearl Sheets, 75 605 S Bell St, died at 6:43 a.m. Monday, April 17, 1995, at Howard Community Hospital.
She was born Aug 8, 1919, in Orange County [Indiana] a daughter of John and Mary Jane [Simmons] Flick. She was married Nov 10, 1933, to Omar Sheets, who preceded her in death Nov. 29, 1969.
She was a homemaker and was employed for 13 years at Western School Corporation as a cook and custodian.
She was a member of the former Cloverdale Methodist Church and most recently attended the Highland Park Church. She lived around the New London area since 1950, before moving to Kokomo two years ago.
Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Marilyn Brown, Garland, Texas, and Irene and Ronald Erickson, Kokomo: a brother and sister-in-law, Oliver and Edith Flick, Oakford; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Susie Storey, Delphi, and Gladys and Bill Flynn, Kokomo; three grandchildren, Mrs. Mike [Karla] Bledsoe, Matthew Erickson, and Susie Bloss; and four great-grandchildren, Marie K., and Jessica Bledsoe and Brian and David Cook.
Also preceding her in death were a brother, Thomas Flick; and two sisters, Ada Crowder and Loni Cox.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Stout & Son Funeral Home, Russiaville. The Rev. Ed Vasicekwill officiate. Burial will be at Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Howard Community Hospital Oncology Department.
Contributed by, Robert E. Lane
Springs Valley Herald (Wednesday, August 13, 2003) Sept. 27, 1914 - Aug. 8, 2003
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home for Florence Adeline "Addie" Lane, 88, French Lick, who died Friday at Indiana Creek Health & Rehab in Corydon. Born in Winterset, OH, on Sept. 27, 1914, she was the daughter of William Tedrick and Florence Boyd, who both preceded her in death. She married Russell Lane, and he preceded her in death in 1987. She was a retired beautician and homemaker. She was a member of the Business and Professional Women's Organization. Survivors include one son, William Lane of Palmyra and one sister, Pauline Dutro of Zanesville, OH. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 9 a.m. until the time of service on Wednesday. Rev. Mike Grable will officiate the service, with burial in Ames Chapel Cemetery.
Contributed by, Lynne Acres Bedford Times Mail
FRUITA, Colo. GILBERT NOBLE, 87, Fruita, Colo., died July 31, 1998, in Fruita, Colo. He married RUTH CAMPBELL and she survives.
He was an oil field worker and member of Southern Baptist Church. Surviving with his wife of French Lick are one son, ROBERT NOBLE of Paoli; four daughters: OLIVE MAE PATTON and JANIE NOBLE, both of Vernal, Utah, MARY FULLMER of Salt Lake City, Utah, and MARYLN CALDWELL of Fruita, Colo.; two brothers: ARTHUR NOBLE of French Lick and ROSCOE NOBLE of Camby; one sister, JESSIE SPOONMORE of Texas; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sulphur Creek Cemetery, French Lick, with the Rev. Wayne Pendley officiating. Brosmer-Drabing Funeral Home, French Lick, is in charge of arrangements.
Contributed by Sheilia Flick
Scott Flick, 92, 3600 E. Forest Glen Leesburg, died at 8:20 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2003 at Millers Merry Manor, Warsaw. He was born Nov. 12, 1910, in Orange County, [Indiana] son of Henry M.[A.] and Emma Bledsoe Flick. His wife, Helen M.[ Morris] Flick past away Sept 7, 1992.
He retired from Continental Steel in 1968.
He was a member of Howard Lodge F&AM No. 93. Shrine Club, Kokomo, Murat Temple and Scottich Rite, Order of Eastern Star Center No. 108, 50 plus year member of Moose Lodge.
He is survived by one son and daughter-in-law, Gerald F. and wife Gloria Jean Williams, Leesburg, one granddaughter and spouse, Melodye A. and Jack Workman:; step-grandaughters, Sandy Carper, Leesburg, Toni Derry, Warsaw: one sister, Fern Davis, West Baden.
Services are 3 p. m. Monday at Ellers Mortuary Webster Street Chapel, 3400 S. Webster St., with the Rev. Harold Williams officiating. Entombment will be at Sunset Memory Garden Mausoleum. Friends may call Monday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the funeral home.

Lou Etta Beasley DALTON
Contributed by Robert E. Lane
Terre Haute Tribune, Monday, October 27, 2003
Lou Etta Beasley Dalton, 61, of West Baden died at 7:06 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, 2003, in Bloomington Hospital of Orange County in Paoli. She was a homemaker. She was born Nov. 12, 1941, to Clyde "Monk" Beasley and Ruth V. Callahan Beasley. Survivors include her husband, Clyde Dalton Sr. of West Baden; one daughter, Rachel Dalton Sutopo of Terre Haute; two sons, Clyde Dalton Jr. of Bedford and Kenneth R. Dalton of West Baden; three sisters, Vivian Miller and Myra Turner, both of Bedford, and Joan Hinzey of Salem; one brother, Charles E. Beasley of Martinsville; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents. She was a member of Paoli First Baptist Church and Orange County Relay for Life. Services are 1 p.m. Wednesday in Paoli First Baptist Church. Burial is in Ames Chapel Cemetery in Paoli. Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in McAdams Mortuary in Paoli.
Verba Jane Lindley
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
OBITUARY Verba Jane Lindley Nov 21, 1913- July 29, 1993 Verba Jane Martin Lindley, 79 Paoli, died at 6:35 p.m. Thursday at Mitchell manor nursing Home.
Born in Orange County, she was the daughter of Sherman and Sarah (Fancher) Martin. She married Kermit Sherman Lindley on July 9, 1932, and he preceded her in death on Aug 25, 1970. She was retired from Throop Elementary School, Paoli. She was a member of Central Baptist Church of Paoli and a charter member of the Lick creek Home Demonstration Club.
survivors include two sons; Gregory Lindley of Clarksville and Ralph Everett Lindley of Mitchell; two daughters; Mrs.Robert Loughmiller of Paris, Texas and Phyllis Jean Freeman of French Lick; one brother, Milford Martin of Richmond, VA; two sisters; Anna Yenowine of Edwardsville and Emma Martin of Paoli; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by four brothers; Ancil, Herman, Gilbert and Everest Martin; and two sisters; Stella Shuck and Alice Martin. Service will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Dillman-Ellis funeral Home, Paoli, with Rev. Gary Marshall officiating. Burial will be in Community Cemetery.

Verba Jane Lindley
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
April 1960 Sidney Lindley, 53, victim of Stroke; rites Thursday sidney Joseph Lindley, 53, died Monday afternoon at his home in Paoli. a retired employee of the Cornwell Co., he had been confined for eight months after suffering a paralytic stroke.
the body is at the Ellis funeral home. Rites will be Thursday at 2:00 p.m. from the Chapel in charge of Rev. C.B. Webb and rev. Harry Taylor. burial will be in Community cemetery.
he is survived by his wife, mrs. trula Hill Lindley, Paoli, and a son, robert Lindley, with the U.S. Navy in Japan. also surviving are a grandchild, four sisters and three brothers, Mrs. Ermal Hackney and kermit Lindley, Paoli, Mrs. Tommy Rapp, Mrs. robert Schamel, Mrs. F.C. Murray and roland Lindley, all of New albany, and Kenneth Lindley of Melrose, Mass.
He was born March 29, 1907, in Orange County, teh son of Floyd and lutisia hall Lindley. Mr. Lindley had been honored with a card shower on his birthday.
Mary Elizabeth Lindley Fullen
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
From paoli republic Wed Jan 7 1920
a beloved mother has been called to dwell in one of the many mansions prepared for those who love the Lord. There she walks in sweet communion with him whom she hath loved and served and there she awaits the coming of loved ones to whom she said farewell.
Mary Elizabeth (Lindley) Fullen was born in the vicinity of Lost River, Paoli township, Sept 23, 1846, died at Paoli, Indiana, dec 16, 1919, aged 75 years 2 months and 23 days. She was the daughter of Henry and Jane H. Lindley. Her mother passed away when mary Elizabeth was about two years old, giving her child into care of her Aunt sarah Lindley, and she grew to womanhood in the home of her grandfather, Owen Lindley, near Lost River in Orleans township. All her life was spent in the vicinity where she was born and raised, with the exception of the last five years during which time she lived in Paoli. On November 4, 1868 she was married to John Fulle, who departed this life about twelve years ago. To them eleven children were born, all living except one daughter who was called away when about two years of age. Those living are Susan J. Dillion, of Chicago; Florence T. Mitchell, of Bedford, Indiana, amanda Elrod of Orleans township; Effie Isom, of Bloomington, Indiana, amy scarritt, of Pensacola, Florida; Arthur Fullen, of Lost River; Alpha McIntosh, Paoli; Mrs. Ella Lindley and Ralph and Harry Fullen, the last three at Paoli.
In her girlhood the mother of these children united with the M.E. Church at wesley Chapel, near Orangeville, where she retained her membership and paid her quarterage until the time of her death. During the past few years she has not been physically able to attend public worship, but her heart has been with the church and she loved to see the Lord's work prosper. About two years ago she suffered severe injuries in an accident from which she never fully recovered and which probaly caused her death. In recent months her hearing had failed so completely that friends had to communicate with her in writing; but her eyesight was especially good and she enjoyed reading or doing handwork. The last work of her hands was knitting mittens for her grandchildren, who she loved dearly. A faithful and loving mother is gone to rest missed in the home where she was tenderly cared for by those she loved and missed by those who are gathered here to pay a last tribute. But only for a little while earth is but a camping ground ere long we pitch our tents in the great beyond where loved ones are joined together throughout eternity.
a short funeral service was held at the home of the deceased at 10:30 a.M. on Thursday Dec 18, 1919, after which the body was born to Union Church in Orleans township. Here in the presence of the many friends with whom it was her pleasure to walk in life and amid the scenes she had known and loved so well the last sad rites were paid to this sainted mother. Mrs. asher sang that beautiful selection, "In the valley of the shadow," after which rev. John Asher, of the Paoli M.E. Church delivered a very able, appropriate and comforting funeral oration. The remains were then placed in the silent tomb beside the companion with whom she walked so many years, there to await the call of Him who doeth all things well.
Those attending the funeral from a distance, aside from the members of the family before mentioned were Mr. Frank Dillion and Miss addie Dillion, of Louisville; R.P. Gabbert and wife of St. Louis and Charles Fullen, of Ft. Ritner.
Kermit Sherman Lindley
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
Aug 14, 1971
Kermit Lindley, 61 Heart Victim
Kermit Sherman Lindley 61, succumbed to a heart attack early Friday morning at Bedford Medical center where he had been admitted the previous day. He was a carpenter and a member of the Masonic lodge. funeral services were held Sunday from Ellis funeral chapel, conducted by Rev. Blaine Stands. burail was in Community cemetery. Masonic rites were held at the chapel Saturday night.
Surviving are his wife, the former Verba Jane Martin, two daughters, Mrs. Robert Loughmiller of Indianapoli and Mrs. Harold freeman of french Lick; two sons, Gregory Lindley of Jeffersonville and Ralph Lindley of Mitchell; eight grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Golda Schamel, Mrs. Marie Murray, and Mrs. Tommy Rapp, all of New Albany, and Mrs. Ermal Hackney; two brothers, Roland Lindley of New albany and Kenneth Lindley of Boston, Mass.
He was born in Orange County april 25, 1909, a son of Floyd and Lutisia Hall Lindley.
Floyd Eugene Lindley
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
Sept 10, 1953
There is always a feeling of sadness and of sorrow when a friend or a loved one departs from the home; and greater is the sorrow when the time f return is not known, or there becomes a knowledge that this loved one will not return to us in the life taht we have known. And of this father, brother and friend today, the last is true-he has now entered into a new home-into a new life beyond the vale of death which changes mortal man into the life of an immortal, in that land where our loved ones may now live eternal.
So this afternoon we have come into the house of God with these sons and daughters, this brother and these sisters, these neighbors and friends, with a double duty-that of paying our last tribute of respect to him who has fallen.
and by our presence here to extend our sympathy to these of his family who survive his passing.
Floyd was the only child born to the marriage of Sidney and Margaret Dickey Lindley, was born near Chambersburg Dec 17, 1881, and at the age of three months was bereft of a father's care and guidance. Later the mother became the wife of the late George W. Thomas, and from this union there survive today Mrs. Dwight Weeks of Paoli; Mrs. Ott Kellams and Mrs. Harry Ashley of Orleans; Mrs. Lettie Eckerty of Humo, ILL; and Joe Thomas of Indianapolis-these as half-sisters and brother, growing to manhood and womanhood as one family.
On August 28th, 1904 he was married to Miss Luticia Hall, and they became parents of ten children- one child dying in infancy, (Archie), and a son _Jimmy Lindley-paying the supreme sacrifice of life on the field of battle in World war II. surviving are Mrs. Ermel Hackney of Paoli; Sidney Lindley of Livonia; Kermit in the paternal home; Mrs. Robert Schamel, Mrs. Marie Murray, Mrs. Jane Rapp, and Roland Francis Lindley, all of New Albany; and Kenneth Lindley, now in the US Navy in the European area.
Most of his life was that of a farmer and farm laborer. For many years he was an employee of the Golden Ridge Orchards in his home vicinity, and for a time an employee of the Indiana State Highway Service. He was ever one of those who were contented "To live in a house by teh side of the road and always be a Friend to man';
he was ever kind to his family, a neighbor who loved to share his neighborliness, and a friend who ever loved the life of friendliness to all. He shared the life of sorrow of most every parent, in the death of the son in war, and with the loss of his companion soon afterward on february 9, 1946.
he was a loyal member of the War Dads chapter here, keeping in memory, and in honor of his own and other sons who had fallen in war. His fatal illness was of brief duration, being stricken on the morning of september 10, 1953, and his passing following but a few hours later in the same day at the age of 71 years, eight months, 23 days.
surviving of his immediate family other than those mentioned are 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, with other more distant relatives, and the friends and neighbors of his life. May we who walkes with him through life feel that such a life is not lost. The soul has changed its abiding place to be with Him in that land where partings are no more, and where you, his children, and loved ones may meet him in that day which surely comes. And as you soon will stand about the open grave, and there bid farewell to father and brother, may you do so with this thought:
"You, and we, shall all stand at one gat
When life is ended. The ways the
are many wide,
and seldom are two ways the same.
The ways they are many; the end
it is one:
Side by side,
May we stand at the same Master's door
when our life is done."
We wish to express our thanks to all neighbors and friends who helped us through the death of our father. we also thank the state police, funeral directors, minister and singers for their h
Mrs. Ermel Hackney and family
Sidney Lindley and family
Kermit Lindley and family
Mrs. Robert Schamel and family
Mrs. Marie Murray and family
Roland Lindley and family
Kenneth Lindley and family
Mrs. Jane Rapp and family

James Anthony Lindley
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
In our meeting today, we gather to pay honor to the sixth of our dear boys-casualties of World War II for whom memorial or burial services have been given by our citizens. Today it is the youngest of these a mere lad for whom we gather with these grieving parents and family. as the youngest of a family of ten children Floyd and Lutisia Hall Lindley, residing a few miles east of this place. James Anthony Lindley
was born Nov 3, 1924, and grew to young manhood with parents, brothers; and sisters in the home. Though young in years, he grew older in experience of life during a war-torn world, as he learned from brothers already part of that service. and this spirit of love for brothers led him to readily accept the service when called, that he might not only assist those of his own family, but also have an integral part in bringing freedom and peace and enjoyment to suffering nations, whatever they may be.
Jimmy, as he was familiarly known, was much loved by his teachers during his school years. He won their confidence, because he never betrayed them; and it was his delight, and much satisfaction to his teachers, that he served as a junior police about the school for four years.
Certainly of a life so brief there are few activities that may set him apart from others. But in his service for his country, for the good he may have done, for the love and the esteem in which he was held by those who knew him, and with whom he brought to him that renown, never forgotten and always praised.
" He died at his post of duty"
He leaves today of his immediate family, the parents, the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Hall of Paoli, four sisters, Mrs. Ermal Hackney of Paoli, Mrs. Golda Schamel and Mrs. Marie Murray of New Albany, and Mrs. Thomas Rapp, now in the home of her parents near here, while her husband serves his country in the armed forces. There are also four brothers, sidney and Kermit Lindley of New Albany; Kenneth Lindley with the U. S. Navy on the Atlantic and staff Sgt. Roland Lindley with Air Corps in England; and many near relatives and friends wherever acquaintances were made.
He became a member of the armed forces Aug 5, 1943, at Fort Harrison. Then he became a part of a new world-the anxiety of his parents grew as one by one the casualty messages came through. and after many anxious days he was missing Oct 25, in France and on Monday, Nov 13, came the tragic message of his death.
Jimmy lived the ordinary American life carefree, happy, and contented. He had the American courage of his forefathers, and was not afraid to die, if need be. Today he is one of those of whom the poet has written:
"How sleep the brave who sink to rest
By all their country's wishes blest!
When spring with dewy fingers cold
Returns to deck their hallowed mould.
she there shall dress a sweeter sod
Than fancy's feet have ever trod.
By fairy hands their knell is rung.
By forms unseen their dirge is sung;
Then Honor comes, a pilgrim gray
To bless the turf that wraps their clay;
And Freedom shall awhile repair
To dwell a weeping hermit there.
Pvt Lindley attended high school in Paoli before entering the service about a year ago. he was serving with the infantry.
From the school paper
so Jimmy Lindley lies buried in European soil. another gold star is on our service flag; another schoolmate has given his all for the free way of life. To most students and teachers who read these words will come a picture of a sturdy figure in a raincoat and that hat standing at the edge of the schoolgrounds directing traffic. Both students and motorists were handled with a firm, effective hand and a determination to keep those in his care safe.

Kenneth Lindley
Contributed by, Lisa Lindley Ross
Kenneth Lindley
April 18, 1990
In 1935 an (Paoli) Indiana farm boy left home for military service. "Looked at what I plowed, saw what was left, jumped down from that tractor and headed toward town to see the Navy recruiter" Kenny once kidded me.
In reality, his mid-western ambition would be later recognized when war broke out and Ken was promoted from enlisted to officer status. peacetime brought the purchase of a home in Melrose, (Mass) providing stability for his young family. therefore, the major inconveience of frequent military reassignment rested with him primarily. from then until his retirement in 1966, my adolescent memories are favored by his Christmas and Summer "leaves" at Faxon street.
home movies from antartica, a battery powered toy speedboat from Germany, back-yard cookouts, monopoly at his camp in hamilton, home made lasagna and meatball dinners on a school night Ken's trademark... Indiana pea soup made with a complete shoulder of ham. as years progressed and I was now the coming home on college semester break, army leave or vacation from the job, I always made time to "cut through the yards" to visit the Lindley's.
My father died 15 months ago and Kenny appeared at our backdoor with dinner for that evening. his eyes recorded the extent of the loss of a fouryt-four year friendship.
i returned from Utah last month and was told of his illness. I took the long way around the block by sidewalk that day to visit him. sitting together alone in his livingroom, he discussed his unfair prognosis quite frankly. He was not afraid to live, not afraid to speak his thoughts. Nor was he afraid to die. he passed away on Good Friday, a death day shared in elite company.
The other morning Mary (his wife) asked me to verify the ribbons on his uniform jacket with his service file. In it I found a sheet of folded yellow lined paper (in ken's writing) briefly outlining his 30 years of assignments. Only then, after 40 years of friendship, did I learn of his participation in the following:
-rescue of the entombed crew from the sunken submarine USS squalus -North atlantic convoy duty to Murmansk -Invasion of North africa -Invasion of Normandy _occupation of teh Philipines _action of truk, the Marshall Islands and Iwo jima ...and when the war was won, and the rest of the men were sent home, ken Lindley was assigned to the Occupation of Japan!
A well known wartime leader, after being critiqued on the bravery of Allied forces during the Normandy Invasion, was credited with remarking, "where do we get such men"?
Obviously, mr. churchill had never visited Paoli, Indiana!
I'm sharing these private memories with you today in farewell to a personal mentor. some people believe that a friend can be bought with gifts. i don't know. But I like to consider Kenny's friendship as a gift i gave myself.
I loved him living... and I love him still.
William Kehoe

Contributed by, Karen Zach
Waveland Independent Jan 12, 1900
Joseph Wilshire died at his home West of Byron on Monday. He had undergone an operation for appendicitis a week before and apparently stood the operation well, but never rallied. He was a native of Orange County, but had lived in this vicinity for many years, and was esteemed as an honest man and good citizen. He leaves a wife and several children. Funeral services were held at the family residence on Wednesday, conducted by Reverand Mr. Tomlinson; interment at Union Cemetery.

Contributed by  Mark Prow
Mildred Abel
From the PAOLI REPUBLICAN, 18 July 1888: "Mrs. Millie Abel buried at the Miller Graveyard Thursday Evening last. 95 yrs old. Same lady baptised in the Lost River in a rocking chair. A member of the Christian Church. Held in esteem by all who knew her."

Contributed by  Mark Prow
Thomas Owens, Jr.
Sept. 25, 1934 - Dec. 23, 2003
Funeral services were held Saturday, December 27th, at McAdams Mortuary for Thomas Owens, Jr. 69, who died Dec. 23, at his home.
Born in Paoli on Sept. 25, 1934, he was the son of Thomas Braxton Owens and Pearl Marie Patton Owens. He married Verna Easter on March 27, 1953, and she survives.
Surviving with the wife are six sons, Tony Lee Owens of Norwalk, OH, Daniel Thomas Owens of Shoals, Joseph Keith Owens, Terry Richard Owens, Tommy Kent Owens, all of French Lick, and Mark Troy Owens of Washington, one daughter, Donna Marie Prow of French Lick; one brother, Clarence Richard Owens of Paoli; and two sisters, Ruth Seybold of Paoli, Faye Newlin of Orleans; sixteen grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Pearl Jamro & Mildred Speedy; and one brother, Darrel Owens.
Pastor Bobby Newlin officiated the service with burial in Sulphur Creek Cemetery.