The mother having departed this life in February 1882, he was again united in marriage to Rebecca Jane Hall, November 14, 1883. Selover had moved here in November of 1952 from Cambridge, Neb. She was a member of Memorial United Presbyterian Church, Estabrook Chapter DAR, Rockville Woman's Department Club, Hammond OES, Greencastle Society of Colonial Dames and Royal Neighbors Lodge. Armstrong of Indianapolis; two stepsons, David Serva of Terre Haute and Albert Serva of Fayetteville, NC; two sisters, Mrs. Rogers and Miss Ruby carter, both of Terre Haute; a brother, James M. Hazel Carter Serva of Rockville, age 75, died in Union Hospital, Terre Haute, Thursday afternoon November 18. He had also owned and operated an electric power plant at Bradshaw, Neb. Friends may call at Davies-Tudor Funeral Home after 6 p.m. The body will be taken to Kimball, Neb., for additional services and burial - Crawfordsville Journal Review, 02-September 1966, Page 10Mrs. W, Shalley died at her home near Parkville, March 12, and was buried at Mt.
Services from: Butler Funeral Home, Rockville IN Sunday, June 4, 1967 p.m. The American Legion has been giving what assistance was possible. Schlosser was the daughter of William and Laura GOSKILL and was born in Ft. A short service was held here on Tuesday morning in charge of Rev. Roy Sigler, after which the body was taken to South Bend for burial. Other survivors include her mother, of Greencastle; a son, Stephen Schlosser of Indianapolis; two daughters, Dawn Hooley of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Denise Aldrich of Sherrard, Illinois; two brothers, John Mason of South Bend, and Ralph Mason of Arizona; two sisters, Joyce Williams of Greenville, Ohio, and Sandra Hand of Chicago, Illinois; and five grandchildren. She was born near Guion August 22, 1895 and was the daughter of Baltus and Elizabeth Russ. November 4, 1883 she was united in marriage to William Seay. Her friends and all acquaintances and neighbors feel keenly the shock of her demise. Sellers, resident of the Jamestown community for many years, died Saturday morning at her home on Rt. The deceased leaves his widow, one son, one stepdaughter and three brothers, Frank of Waveland, Joseph of Dana and Morris of Russellville. - Waveland Independent, August 25, 1916James Fred, the third son of Jackson and Sarah Seybold was born October10, 1876, at the old homestead near Guion and answered the death summons, Friday, February 2, 1917 at his home in Dana, In.
- Waveland Independent, December 29, 1933 Rebecca SCHLOSSER, 59, RR 2, Crawfordsville, died at 10 am Thursday, January 2, 1992, at her residence after an extended illness. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord; yea sayeth the Spirit, for they shall rest from their labors and their worked do follow them." Thanks to Shelly Dooley for this obituary. Crawfordsville Daily Journal -- Saturday, February 3, 1917Funeral Card: (thanks to Alberta Butler) -- In memory of Charles O. He had been in failing health about two years, the sufferings of which he endured with patience, but his death came unexpected as a result of a sudden attack of heart failure.
Born October 9,1932 near Russellville, she was the daughter of Curtis and Helen Mc Murtry Mason. Although every available means was resorted to by his family and friends to restore his health, the death angel came to his relief, which he met with courage.
Carl Sacks was called to Indianapolis Saturday by the death of his father, Daniel Sacks, which occurred at his home Saturday. All of Estella's pictures and things were received from her mother Sarah Eliza Richmond Kiser who pursued genealogy in the 1940s. The end came peaceful at 5 o'clock Sun even, March 10, he being 68 years, 2 months and 6 days old. Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 at the Parkeville Christian Church. Surviving besides the sister in Marshall are the widow, the former Kathleen Nurnberger of Rosedale, a daughter, Mary Seybold, Purdue University Student, another sister, Mrs. Father and son were bathing in the lake when Ray suddenly sank in deep water, and Mr.
He was 86 and had been in poor health for some time. - Crawfordsville Journal, Saturday, March 24, 1923 -- (Marshall heading)We regret to learn that Mr. SANDERS, of Washington Township, in this county, met with an accident on Saturday last, which resulted to his death in a few hours after its occurrence. The body of William Seay of Guion was interred here Tuesday, after funeral services at the home of his daughter, Mrs. His life was spent in the sunshine, cheering and helping others. of Anderson; three daughters, Mary Sellers of Jamestown, Mrs. Ray Britton officiated and burial was in Russellville Cemetery. - Tri-County News, Thursday May 17, 1956 Marshall -- Percy D. Seybold, who has been in business in Pittsburgh many years, spent his boyhood in Parke Co. Gladys Harrison of Mecca and a brother, Roscoe Seybold of Pittsburgh. Seybold, who was a poor swimmer was unable to give assistance. Services from: Butler Funeral Home, Rockville, IN Saturday April 1, 1967 p.m.
Our informant states that when the accident occurred Mr. was engaged in chopping down a tree in the forest, and that as the tree upon which he was chopping was failing it struck the unfortunate man causing his death as we have stated. S., we understand, was a man of limited means, and leaves a wife and a large family of comparatively helpless children to mourn his death. SCHLOSSER at her home just north of Bluff Mills on Sunday morning brought a climax to a story of incurable illness and destitution. He overlooked the faults of others, and was always generous in his praise. Here they loved to have their children come and mingle as in their own home. 16, 1906, in Greencastle, operated a farm on the Jamestown rural route. SEYBOLD - 60, a native of Parke County died Friday morning at his home in Pittsburgh, PA according to word received here by a sister, Mrs. The body will be brought to the Frist Funeral Home in Clinton where services will be held Monday. The boy was 22 years old and a senior in Hamlaine University. - The Parke County Republican, February 6, 1867, Page 2Funeral Card -- thanks to Alberta Butler -- In Memory of Lora SCHNEIDER born: March 15, 1874 Parke County, Indiana. Organist;: Marie Wimmer; Final Resting Place: Poplar Grove Cemetery, Marshall IN. Schlosser is a WWI veteran and one of the victims of the economy campaign. They lived in Indianapolis but for the past year have lived at Bluff Mills. Later she married George Sconce who died May 25, 1930. She is also survived by three brothers, Earl of Veedersburg, Rice of Toledo, Ohio and Richard of Terre Haute, one sister, Mrs. Funeral services at the Guion Presbyterian Church on Tuesday afternoon. Waveland Independent -- 1931In failing health the past few years, Mrs. Many indeed, there are who rise to call him blessed because of his beneficent influence. OS Stewart of Waveland, with interment at Maple Ridge. Birdie Kirkpatrick, of Rockville, IN; Arthur, of Hillsdale, Mrs. Verna Dooley, of Bellmore, and two step- sons, John, of Arapahoe, Colorado, and Thomas, of Ferndale. Early in the year 1914 their children all having left the parental roof, she and her husband, due to the infirmities of old age, expressed a desire to make their home with their daughter and her husband, Mr. Her husband preceding her in death, passed to the great beyond on March 10, 1918. In 1896 she united with the Christian Church located in Niantic, IL. They lived in the Russellville community for over 25 years before coming to Jamestown. Sellers was affiliated with a Baptist congregation. - Crawfordsville Journal-Review July 17, 1948The death of Fred Seybold of Dana, Indiana, formerly of Waveland came as a surprise to his many friends here today. Seybold's death was due to heart trouble and dropsy from which he had suffered for the past year. Seybold was married 14 years ago to Hattie Todd, of near here and to them was born one son, James. Seybold was a member of the church here and also an active member of the Elks' lodge. Music: Billie Barnes; Pall Bearers: Bridgeton F & AM. Another son was accidentally shot and killed in Wisconsin in May. Mildred Hansel of Chicago; 13 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Friday in Barnes Mortuary at Rockville with burial in Memory Gardens Cemetery. - Crawfordsville Journal Review, 30-December 1975, Page 2Funeral Card -- thanks to Alberta Butler -- Lula Irene SHALLEY b. Richmond through his son William Alexander Richmond. He is survived by his wife and seven children, 4 sons and 3 daughters. He was confined to his bed only a week prior to his death. Friends may call at the funeral home.--waw - Obituary from a collection of Fauniel Hershbarger, a life-long Fountain County Indiana resident dated 19 July 1969MARSHALL -- John Elmer Selover, 96, died at 2 a.m. - Unknown source -(This one thanks to Alberta Butler)The older W. Settles in Hastings, Michigan November 17 after an illness of three days. Bessie Hann of Hinsdale, Ill 7 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Peter, Minn., was drowned in Lake Emily, near his home, August 5. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Sunday at the Zion Baptist Church of which she was a member. - From Amie Boone who states A handwritten obituary that I received from Estella Seymour, great granddaughter of Return J. He had been in failing health for several years past, but bore his suffering patiently and with true Christian fortitude. Monday in the Walker Funeral Home at Jamestown, and burial will be in Greencastle. 7, 1870 in Waterloo, Iowa, a son of Martin and Julia Spalding Selover. Selover was married to Florence Stubbs in York, Neb. night and private graveside services were held at Roselawn Memorial Park near Terre Haute. people will regret very much to hear of the death of Guy F. Born in Laurel Co, Kentucky she was the daughter of William and Nancy Russell POYNTER. Survivors are the husband, George; two sons, Lester of Waveland and Paul of Judson; a brother, Paris Poynter of Bainbridge, a sister, Mrs. Surviving are a son, Ben Scott of Greeley, Colorado; a daughter, Nellie Cline; two brothers, William Richmond in Minnesota, Return Richmond, Silverwood, Indiana, a half-brother Garner Richmond of California. Burial in Miller Cemetery, J Spencer Kingman undertaker in charge. He was united in marriage to Lois Isaacs September 15, 1878. of Marshall; Arthur of Guion; Margaret of Oklahoma City and Verna Irene of Marshall (IN) and 15 grandchildren, all of whom survive and also one sister Mrs. Damewood of Evanston, Illinois He united with the Church of Christ at Long Point, Ill 23 years ago and remained in fellowship at that place until his death. OES memorial services were conducted by the Rockville Chapter at the Butler Funeral Home, Sun. He was one of the best students in the high school, active as an athlete and very popular. in Union Hospital, Terre Haute after an illness of about a year. She was a member of the Parkeville Christian Church and lived in its immediate neighborhood most of her married life. Pall Bearers: Maurice Coleman; Harold Collings; Cyrus Harbison; Frank Fritts; Don Harbison; Donald Pratt. She married Clayton Scott about 60 years ago, he died about 12 years ago. To this union were born five children: Sadie Agnes of Elwin, Illinois; Birdie M. Surviving are her husband, Albert; a daughter, Mrs. Carter of Terre Haute; 10 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mary Jane SEWELL of Judson passed away, Thursday May 10, at a.m.