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DENMAN, Ella Sparks (Mrs W L)

Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 10 March 1899

Mrs. W.L. Denman died of consumption last Friday at her home in Greencastle. The funeral occurred there Sunday morning, and Sunday afternoon the body was brought here for burial in Oak Hill. Mrs. Denman was the daughter of John Sparks, of this city, and is known to many people over this county being highly esteemed by all. She leaves a husband and two children    --- thanks muches to Kim H for this one

Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal Friday, 10 March 1899

The body of Mrs. W. L. Denman was brought here Sunday afternoon from Greencastle, the funeral services having occurred there in the morning. The funeral party from Greencastle was quite a large one and a number of the friends of the deceased were at the station. The body was taken to Oak Hill and there the interment took place, the pall bearers being D. C. Canine, W. H. Webster, W. T. Hulet, Ed Voris, W. M. White and M. J. Caroll. -s

Source: Crawfordsville Review 11 March 1899 p 7

Yesterday morning at 8 o'clock, occurred the death of Mrs. Wm. L. Denman, at her home at Greencastle. The deceased was the daughter of John Sparks, of this city and was born and raised in Ripley township. She married W. L. Denman some fourteen years ago, and the young couple commenced their married life in this city, removing to Greencastle several years ago, where they have since made their home, Mrs. Denman fell a victim to consumption, and has been an invalid for a long time. She leaves a husband and two small children, who have the sympathy of a large circle of friends and acquaintances. The funeral services will be held at Greencastle Sunday morning and the body be brought to this city for interment on the 1 15 Monon train. The body will be taken directly from the train to Oak Hill Cemetery. – kbz

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