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Died - Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. C. Allen near Magnolia on March 11th of whooping cough and was interred March 12th in the Riddle Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 22 March 1906

Crawford County
Eckerty, Jan. 28. (Special.) A messanger from Marietta, who came here for a coffin, reports twenty-two deaths during the past ten days. Among them were James Anglad and wife, who were buried in one grave. The grip continues unabated in that vicinity. None of the persons numbered among the late deaths had passed their fiftieth year.
The Indiana State Sentinel Wednesday Morning February 3, 1892 Page 8

Marengo—Tohn H. Apple, 82, native of Paoli, died at his home near here of pneumonia after a week's ilIness. Surviving, wife; son, Orville, and  brother, David.
Southern Indiana News March 10 1939

John Austin died of pneumonia at home in Jennings Twp. early Sat. morning,; was 52 years of age, a member of order of Modern Woodmen and U. B. Church. Burial at Tower Chapel Cem.; brother of Frank Austin; wife and six children survive.
English News. Friday. 6 Apr 1906

Death of John Austin
John Austin died of pneumonia at home in Jennings Twp. early Sat. morning, was 52 years of age, a member of order of Modern Woodmen and U. B. Church. Burial at  Tower Chapel Cem.; brother of Frank Austin; wife and six children survive. John, James, George, Robert, and Cap. Tucker, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Tucker were called here last week on account of the serious illness of their father. The five brothers are all residents of Kansas.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday . 5 April 1906

John Austin, aged 28 yrs, died at home in Jennings Twp. last Friday night, of pneumonia. He was brother of Frank Austin, was a member of Leavenworth Camp. No. 9664, M. W. A., under the auspices of which his remains were interred in the Tower graveyard Sunday
English News. Friday. 6 Apr 1906English News. Friday. 6 Apr 1906

Mrs. Randall Beard was called to the bedside of her father, Jacob Beard, last week, who died Sunday.
The English News, Friday, 2 March 1906

Died - Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. Willie Bennett at their home near Pleasant Hill Thursday last week and was buried Thursday afternoon at the cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 29 March 1906
Obit: NALS 27 Jan 1873 p4 c4: Crawford County Items. Death of an Old Citizen.--James Bowman, an old resident of this county, and an honored and respected citizen, died at his residence in Whisky Run township, yesterday morning. He served in the war of 1812 with honor to himself and credit to his country, having fought under Gen. Jackson in the memorable battle of New Orleans, on that 8th day of January, 1815, and was a monument of industry and integrity among his fellow men up to the day of his deaths. Peace be to the ashes of "Uncle Jimmie"
County Name: Crawford State: IN
Newspaper: New Albany Ledger Standard
Submitters Name: spc

BRIAN, William V.   Died Wednesday, May 23, 2007, Milltown, Indiana
Clarion News Obituary, May 23, 2007
 William V. Brian, 88, Milltown, died Wednesday, May 23, 2007, at his home.  A native of Colesburg, KY., he was a retired employee of Alcoa Co., and an amateur radio operator.  Survivors include four children, William E. Brian, Elizabeth L. (Betty) Fow, Janice Sweeney and Lynn McCoy; a sister, Beva Kapp; 16 grandchildren; and 31 great-grandchildren.  The funeral was Saturday at Arch L. Heady at Resthaven Chapel in Louisville with burial in Resthaven Memorial Park.  The family suggests memorial gifts to the 'WHAS Crusade for Children"
Contributed by Francie Ede

Died - Sarah Elizabeth Breeden, born near Mauckport, Harrison County, August 4, 1838. died at her home near Milltown, January 23,1906, age 67y 5m 19d. She married first Jacob Snider in August 1856 and had one son, Jacob M. Snider, of Marengo. After death of Mr. Snider, she married Abel R. Breeden in January 1865 and to them were born six children, Rev. J. A. Breeden, Paoli, Ind., Simeon Breeden, Mrs. Statia Hehl, Mrs. Cora Lincoln, Miss Lizzie Breeden and Robert Breeden, Milltown, Ind. A little grand-daughter Theresa Lincoln died earlier. She was member of U. B. Church; leaves companion, 4 sons, 3 daughters, 14 grandchildren, 2 brothers, 2 sisters. Funeral, January 25; burial Milltown Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 1 February 1906

BROOKS, Levi H.  Died May 14, 1947, Alton, Indiana.
Alton - Levi H. Brooks, son of Lyman and Rosey Brooks, was born on October 28, 1888, near here, and died unexpectedly at his home on May 14, at the age of 59 years.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War 1. At the time of his death, he was serving as trustee of Boone Township.
On March 20, 1918, he was married to Stella Mead, of Perry County. To this union was born: Robert, Ivan, Mildred and Joseph.
Those who preceded him in death were his parents, a sister, Elsie; a brother, Samuel, and a son, Robert, who was killed in World War II, in action on Bataan, Philippine Islands.
He is survived by his wife and four children, Mrs Robert Fullenwider, of a former marriage; Ivan, Mildred and Joseph, all of Alton; two brother, Hiram Brooks, of Alton, and William Brooks, of Cape Sandy; two sisters, Mrs Bertha Purcell, of Bacon, and Mrs Rachel Campbell, of Alton; also six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at the Alton Baptist Church on Sunday, May 16. Burial was in Orchard Knob cemetery, near Alton. The Rev Jean Osborn.

Final Rites Held For Ivan H. Brooks - Ivan H. Brooks, 51, of Marengo, died Monday at the Veterans Hospital in Louisville. He had been in ill health since January.
A son of Levi H. Brooks and Stella Brooks Chamberlin, he was born June 5, 1920. He married Mary Ann Heaton, of Indianapolis, in 1951. To this union, a daughter, Ada Lou, was born.
He was reared in Crawford County, where he spent most of his life. He was a World War 11 veteran and a member of the Marengo American Legion Post No. 84. He was employed and lived in Indianapolis for ten years before returning to Crawford County, where he served a veterans officer and county assessor. When he became ill, he was employed at the Indiana Census office in Jeffersonville.
Besides his wife, mother and daughter, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs Nadine Fullenwider, of Leavenworth, and Mrs Mildred Brandenburg, of New Albany, and a brother Joseph R. Brooks, of Leavenworth. He was preceded in death by his father and a brother, Robert, who lost his life in World War II.
Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Haverstock Funeral Home in Marengo. The Rev Ralph Miller, minister of Marengo United Methodist Church, officiated. Burial was at Orchard Knob cemetery at Alton.

BROOKS, Bertha E. Died May 25, 1947, Alton, Indiana.
Alton - Bertha E. Brooks, 65, was born near Alton, January 11, 1882, and died May 25, 1947.
She married Hiram E. Brooks, February 4, 1902, and to this union six children were born, She is survived by her husband and the six children. Mrs Thelma Watson, of Decatur, Ill.; Albert Brooks, of Alton, Mrs Rosa Morris and Elmer Brooks, of Jacksonville, Ill.; Audry Brooks, of Nolomis, Ill.; a brother, Dan East, of Vincennes; 22 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
Early in life she united with the Methodist Church. At the time of death, she was a member of the Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church. Throughout her life she was a devoted wife, mother and loved her Lord and Church.

Alex Brown, aged 87 years, died at his home near Brownstown last Saturday. He was the father of Eld. W. S. Brown, of Winslow, and James, Geo., and Kelly Brown; Miss Maggie Brown, Mrs. Geo. King, Mrs. Elmer Spurlock, and Mrs. Collins. He had been blind nine years. He was a member of the Christian Church. The remains were interred in the Cuzzort graveyard Sunday.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 12 Apr 1906

New Albany Daily Ledger 15 Dec 1862 p2 c5:
Died, at his residence, near Mount Prospect, Crawford county, Ind., Dec 1st, 1862, JACKSON BUCHANAN, aged 53 years. The deceased was an exemplary member of the Missionary Baptist Church, and in all the relations of life was highly respected by his neighbors and fellow citizens. He was a native of Oldham county, Ky., and removed to his late residence in Crawford county in 1858. Devoutly attached to the Union of the States as our fathers framed it, when the present war broke out, he took an active part in getting up volunteers. One son and three sons-in-law entered the service of their country, and during their absence he has supported their families. The memory of the deceased will long be treasured up by mourning relatives and bereaved friends. J. W. McMickle.
Submitted by Sue Carpenter

BURCH, William L. Died March 11, 2003
Funeral services for William L. Burch, 65, of New Albany, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday March 14, at Oak Street Chapel of Seabrook Dieckmann & Naville Funeral Homes, with burial in Kraft-Graceland Memorial Park.
 He died Tuesday, March 11, 2003, in English. He was a native of New Albany, a retired cable splicer for SBC -Ameritech Company and a volunteer for the Salvation Army. He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America and Silver Street United Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, the former Helen L. Briles; two sons, William L. Burch, Georgetown and J. Scott Burch, New Albany; a daughter, Stacy L. Burch, New Albany; a brother, Charles C. Burch, Indianapolis; a sister, Betty A. Burch, Washington, D.C. and four grandchildren.
Visitation at the funeral home will be from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 13, and after 9 a.m. Friday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to Silver Street United Methodist Church of the Salvation Army.]
New Albany Tribune, on page 3A, column 2 March 12, 2003

BURRELL, George Clarence Died December 10, 1955, Merengo, Indiana.
Veteran of U. S. War with Spain Dies at 76  Marengo, Indiana
George C. Burrell, 76, a Spanish-American War Veteran, died yesterday at his home north of Marengo. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Monzelle Burrell; two sons, James R. Burrell, Eureka, Ill., and Harry W. Burrell, Delavan, Ill.; a brother, Samuel Burrell, Texas; eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.  The body is at Green Funeral Home, Marengo.  The funeral will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Liberty View Church.  Burial will be in Milltown Cemetery.
More information:
Birth:  May 14, 1879 Milltown, Crawford County, Indiana, USA
Death: December 10, 1955, Marengo, Crawford County, Indiana, USA
Married:  Leora Monzelle Rawlings
Son of: George D. Burrell, Adelaine Downs                                                       
Gson of: Samuel Burrell, Penelope Bracken
GGson of: Butler Burrell, Ruth King
GGGson of: Walter N. Burrell Jr., Phoebe Pruitt
GGGGson of: Walter N. Burrell, Mary Brown
GGGGGson of Walter Burrell, Elspeth Martin
submitted by: Desiree Burrell Rodcay

BURRELL, Leora Monzelle Rawlings  Died January 27, 1976  Milltown, Indiana.
Pekin (Illinois) Daily Times Death Notice:
Delavan: Mrs. Monzelle Burrell, 94, of Milltown, Ind., mother of Harry Burrell of Delavan, IL., died Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burrell and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burrell attended funeral services on Jan. 29.  Besides her son, Harry, Mrs. Burrell is survived eight grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, and six great, great grandchildren.
More Information:
Birth: 1881 Milltown, Crawford County, Indiana, USA
Death: January 27, 1976, Milltown, Crawford County, Indiana, USA
Daughter of Edward A. Rawlings and Lucinda Jane Poe Rawlings.
Three Children: James Burrell (formerly of Eureka, IL.), Harry Burrell (formerly of Delavan, IL) and Lula Marie Burrell Taylor (buried in Delavan IL.)
Brothers & Sisters:
James Rawlings, John T. Rawlings, Melinda Maude Rawlings Walk, Minnie Belle Rawlings Stroud, and Lillie S. Rawlings Roll.
From the Newspaper: Pekin Daily Times, Pekin, Illinois submitted by: Desiree Burrell Rodcay

Alex Byerly died at home one mile south of Marengo on Friday, January 19th, age about 70 years; interred at Everdon Cemetery; surviving are wife, two sons and several daughters.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 25 January 1906

Mrs. Louise Byerly, widow of the late Alex Byerly, died at home near Marengo Wednesday morning; will be interred 2 p.m. today in Everdon Cemetery in Jennings Township.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 12 Apr 1906
CAMPBELL, Rachel Susan
Mrs Rachel Campbell We are thankful that in life and in death we are tenderly drawn to one, who has not only tasted life and tasted death for every man He has tasted earthly life, death, and eternal life for everyone and this great Master of destiny is the one who is altogether lovely, Jesus of Nazareth -
We are here to pay our last tribute of respect to Rachel Susan Campbell, who was born September 18, 1884, into the rural home of Lyman and Rosanna Brooks, who preceded her in death several years ago. She had two sisters, Elsi, who died in young girlhood, and Mrs Bertha Purcell, of English; four brothers, Samuel and Levi, who have preceded her in death; Hiram, of Alton, and Will, of Cape Sandy.
On June 15, 1900, at the age of 16, she was married to Walter Campbell.
In early life, she united with the Christian Church at West Fork, where she lived on a farm for several years. She also resided in Evansville for several years, where she and her husband were in the restaurant business. Her husband died there. She moved to Alton, where she spent her last years. She united with the Baptist Church at Alton and was a true worker in her church and community as much as her health would permit.
Besides her brothers and sister, she is survived by nieces and nephews.
She died September 16 at the home of a niece. Violet Redden, near English, where she had gone for a visit, at the age of 65 years.
The clock of life is wound but once, And no one has the power. -------

CHAMBERS, Sylvia M. Died 21 June 1995, Macomb County, Michigan.
Sylvia Chambers - Sylvia Chambers, 89, a noted volunteer worker from Sterling Heights, died Wednesday, June 21, 1995 in her home. She was born Jan. 30, 1906 in Alton, Indiana.
Mrs Chambers received the Outstanding Volunteer Service Award from the Michigan Department of Social Services of Macomb County. She also was a long time member of the Bethany Christian Church in Detroit.
She is survived by her brothers, Floyd Lane, Lawrence and Ray Ridge; and many nieces and Nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank.
A funeral service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Kaul Funeral Home, 35201 Garfield {north of 15 Mile}, Clinton Township, with the Rev. Jon Carlstrom of First Baptist Church in Mount Clemens, officiating.
Burial will be in Cadillac Memorial Gardens, East,
Clinton Township. Visitation is 3-6 p.m. today in the funeral home.

Died - William Crawford died at home two miles south of English. Sundal'. aged 80y. was a soldier in the Civil War. Interred in Cunningham Cemetery Monday; survived by wife and several children.
Crawford County Democrat, 8 February 1906
Died - Wm. Crawford, residing south of English died Sunday night after several months suffering. He served in the Union Army during the Civil War. Interred in Cunningham Cemetery Tuesday.
The English News, Friday,9 February 1906
Died - Uncle William Crawford on the 4th; interred at Cunningham Cemetery; leaves wife and three children. Pension of Thomas B. Cummins has been increased.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. l5 February 1906

Mrs. Evaline Cromer, widow of John Cromer, resident of Fredericksburg since 1842, died age eighty-six years. Burial at Fredericksburg; two sons and one daughter survive.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. l5 February 1906

Daniel Cuzzort was born June l, 1829, died March 18, 1906, aged 76 years 9 months, and 17 days. He was a consistent member of the Baptist Church 57 years. He married Mary McDonald on Nov.24, 1853 to which union eight children were born, three having preceded him several years ago. He led a quiet Christian life worthy of example. He leaves an aged companion, two sons and three daughters.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 29 March 1906

Died - Small child of Jonah Enlow Saturday night; interred in Sloan Cemetery Sunday.
The English News, Friday, l6 February 1906

FARRIS, Marie M. Died July 18, 1982, Logansport, Indiana.
Marie M. Farris, 72, 715 North St., died Sunday at 2:50 p.m. at Chase Center.
Born July 27, 1910, she was the daughter of William Albert and Edna Ormenta Kemp Ridge. On April 9, 1928, she was married to James Edward Farris, who preceded her in death in 1977. A homemaker, she was a member of the Union Presbyterian Church.
She is survived by five daughters, Wilma Acheson, Rt. 2; Evelyn Hettinger, 715 North St.; Alice Shaffer, Rt. 2, Ruth Shaffer, Rt. 2; and Iva Smith, Pompano Beach, Fla.; three sons, Bill, Royal Center; Frank, Indianapolis; and Gary, 529 Bates St.; 25 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
Services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Marocco Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Ever-Rest Memorial Park.
Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home

Mrs. Thos. G. Finney died Mon. at home in Princeton. She was mother of Mrs. Robert Gilmore, of here. Interment was at Birdseye Wednesday.
English News. Friday. 6 Apr 1906

FRANCIS, Cilvan Edward,  Died Jan 24, 1991, Tehama County, (Near Yuba City) California
Services are scheduled Tuesday for Cilvan Edward Francis, 69, of Yuba City, who died Jan 24, 1991, in Red Bluff.
A general building contractor, he had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area 50 years. He was a former troopmaster for the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 1 of Marysville, and a member of St. Isidore's Catholic Church.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and was a avid photographer. He was a native of Harvey Flatt, Ind.
He is survived by his sons, David Francis of Yuba City, Anthony Francis of West Linn, Ore., and Louis Francis of Pensacola, Fla.; his daughters, Maureen Pulaski of Ben Lomond, Sara Chaffin of San Jose and Kathleen Harmon of Carmichael; his sisters, Ruby Houser of Michigan and Edna Atwood of New Albany, Ind.; and his brothers, Robert Francis of Jefferson, Ind., and Frank Francis of Greenville, Ind.
Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Isisore's Catholic Church with the Rev. Joseph Bishop officiating. Private inurnment is planned in Sutter Cemetery.

FRANCIS, Louis Edward Died November 30, 1948, Mill Creek, Deuchars, Crawford County, Indiana.
Alton - Louis Edward Francis, son of Edward and Mary Francis, was born near Apalona, on June 6, 1896 and died unexpectedly on November 30 at the age of 52.
On November 1, 1920, he was married to Lettie Ridge. To this union five children were born: Cilvan, of Yuba City, Calif.; Ruby Houser, of East Detroit; Edna Atwood, of New Albany; Robert and Frank, at home.
He is survived by his wife and children, five grandchildren, three brothers, William and Alphonse, of Oriole, and August, of Arden, N.C.
Funeral services were held at the Harvey Flat Holiness Church on December 3, with burial at the Luxembourg cemetery, near Oriole. The Rev Jean Osborn, of Alton, officiated.

FULLENWIDER, George Clay  died June 26, 1944, Indiana
Alton - George Clay Fullenwider, son of Robert and Elizabeth Frans Fullenwider, was born near Alton, September 18, 1875 and died June 26, 1944, at the age of 68 years, 9 months and 8 days.
He was married to Olive Ewing, of Perry county, on June 25, 1911. One son, Jesse Clay Fullenwider, was born to them. He owned and operated farms in both Perry and Crawford counties. He is survived by his wife, three sisters, Mrs Ottie Deen, Mrs Sally Wood and Mrs Mary Spindler; two brothers, Henry and Peter Fullenwider.
He was a member of the Baptist church. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev E.E. Morris from the home and burial was in the Alton cemetery on June 28.

FULLENWIDER, Henry Taswell
Alton - Henry Taswell Fullenwider, son of Robert H. and Elizabeth J. Fullenwider, was born at the home of his grandfather, Colonel Henry Fullenwider, near Alton, May 31, 1868.
At the age of 21, his father deeded to him a small farm nearby which he tended and on which he later built a home.
After the death of his parents, he lived alone until his sister, Mary, retired from teaching and bought a home in Alton. Since then he has helped her make a home.
At an early age, Henry was converted under the preaching of the Rev Mr Wesley at Deuchars, and later united with the Baptist Church at Alton. He served as church clerk and superintendent of the Sunday School a number of years.
Henry never said unkind words about persons and was always ready to help a neighbor.
He was able to care for himself until the day of his death, thus realizing his wish not to be a burden to anyone.
Three brothers, Charles, Peter and Clay, preceded him in death. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs Ottie Deen, Mrs Sallie Wood and Mrs Mary Spindler; six nieces and nine nephews.

FULLENWIDER, Mrs Olive Died January 21, 195?, Alton, Indiana.
Mrs Olive Fullenwider Dies At Alton Home - Alton - Final rites for Mrs Olive Fullenwider were held at the Stephenson Funeral Home in Leavenworth, January 23, Interment was in the Alton cemetery. She died at her home her January 21.
Survivors include two sisters, Mrs Susan Campbell, of near Leavenworth, and Mrs Emma Organ, of Vincennes, and a brother, Jesse Ewing, of Leavenworth.

FULLENWIDER, Peter R.  Died February 8, 1946, Cartersburg,
Alton - Peter R. Fullenwider, son of Robert H. and Elizabeth Frans J. Fullenwider, was born at Alton, September 6, 1873 and died at Cartersburg, February 8, 1946, aged 72 years, 6 months and 2 days.
He was married on October 4, 1906 to Ida Riddle, who preceded him in death August 17, 1930. To this union nine children were born: Katherine died in infancy. Surviving are: Mrs Mildred Quinn, of Cartersburg; Eleanor, of Earl Park; Julia, of Indianapolis; Rice M., of Washington State; Harry L., of Crown Point; Edwin, of the U.S. Navy; Robert and Frans, of Alton. He is also survived by one brother, Henry, of Alton; three sisters, Mrs H.H. Deen, of Leavenworth; Mrs Mary F. Spindler and Mrs Sallie F. Wood, of Alton; eight grandchildren and many other relatives.
Early in life he affiliated with the Alton Methodist church and remained true to his faith until the end. He was a long time member of the Masonic fraternity. Practically his whole life was spent at the place of his birth. The last few months of his life was spent with his daughter, Mrs Mildred Quinn, at Cartersburg.

FULLENWIDER, Robert Estel, Died: Friday, December 15, 2006
Robert Estel Fullenwider, 35, Depauw, died Friday, Dec. 15, 2006.
He was a specialist in the Indiana Army National Guard and a former employee of Mulzer's Crushed Stone.
He was preceded in death by his father, Ivan Jerome Fullenwider.
Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Starla Fullenwider and Jerome Mott, both of Depauw.
Funeral: Monday, Dec. 18, at Eastridge Schulz Cemetery in Riddle.
Officiant: The Rev. Philo Jones.
Military honors: Provided by the Indiana Army Reserve National Guard.

GINES, John Wesley  1867-1941
We are taught in the work of God that man was created a little lower than the angels. Whatever this may mean to us, we are sure that the Marvelous Cabinet consisting of reason, Will, and Conscience, are God-given powers and by these man is distinguished from the beasts sof the field with capacity for higher rational life and Spiritual insight.
To this truth John Wesley Gines was awakened years ago by the birth of a moral personality.
In Bible terms we wold say he was "born again" or truly converted to Jesus, and later saw the consistency of the teaching of God's word relation to the doctrine of heart holiness, and our ransom powers being fully dedicated to God.
This was the experience that gave this good man a never dying zeal and fervor for the salvation of men and the prosperity of the cause of Christ.
It was the indwelling of the Holy Spirit that pressed the matter of a place of worship upon the heart of Bro. Gines while living near Taswell Crawford County Indiana.
There was no finance and not many people interested but despite the prevailing indifference and unfavorable surroundings - his faith touoched the God of Miracles and the church was erected. Grand revivals followed and many who were converted to Christunder the labors of John Gines have long since gone to their heavenly reward.
It was almost 26 years ago since Bro. Gines located in Daviess County North of Washington. Again the revival fire was kindled in his heart and plans were set in operation for an ingathering of Souls.
As a result of this inspiration more than one hundred and fifty people were converted to Christ in the old theater building on West VanTrees St. and a Free Methodist Church organized with forty-four Charter members.
Later followed the erection of the building, we worship in today. Bro. Gines has served the Church through all the reverses and problems that are common to those who carry responsibility in religious activities. Many times has he been elected as delegate to the Annual Conference of his Church. Also served as Local Preacher, Class Leader and Chairman of various committees. Yet with an humble attitude and congenial Spirit he won the hearts and love of many people in and outside of Church circles.
We would not forget while we mention the many virtues of this good man that a consecrated devoted mother in Israel shared her life in all the efforts which were crowned with success. Ida M. Burget to whom he was married November 24, 1887. Never failed to play the part of a faithful wife and an affectionate mother. For 53 years they have journeyed together and reared a family of six children. One having died at an early age.
Living are Rolla H. Gines, Washington, Indiana; Ray I. Gines, Bloomington, Indiana; Oral N. Gines, Washington, Indiana; Isis M. Hoss, Washington, Indiana; Dorothy B.Riggs, Bloomington, Indiana; and Herald M.Gines, Washington, Indiana beside 23 grand children and 3 great grand children.
Well done thou good and faithful servant, are the words of our dear Lord. Your toils have won for you a crown, up here is your reward.
What glorious things you shall behold. Eye hath not seen nor hath ear heard. But mansions fair so we are told, are for the saints so says the Lord.

Marengo - Mrs. Jane Green died at her home at this place Tuesday, Dec. 26; was buried on Thursday.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday, 4 January- 1906

GREGORY, John Sherman  1942
DANA-- Funeral services for J. Sherman Gregory were held Friday morning at the Methodist church with Rev. Guy Dewhirst in charge. Mrs. C. J. Pritchett and Charles Sloan of Long Point sang with C. J. Pritchett at the piano. Pallbearers were J. C. Lutz. Fred Mattlin, Galon Willhelm, Charles Sauer, Willis Akridge and Hobart McGhiey.
Relatives present from a distance are Mr. and Mrs. Riley Le Velle and children of Mommence, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Raub and children of Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. Ira McKinney of Minonk, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Land of Milwaukee, Mrs. Rev. Noble Le Velle of Chicago, Charles Gregory of Akron, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slan of Long Point. The body was taken to English, Ind. by train accompanied by the son, Charles Gregory, where burial will be beside the wife who died 15 years ago.
Mr. Gregory leaves three daughters, Mrs. Grace Le Velle of Mommence, Mrs. Audrey Raub of Cornell, Mrs. Josie Cummins, English, Ind., one son, Charles, of Akron, Ohio, A sister, Mrs. George Stewart of English, Ind., a brother, Thomas, of French Lick, Ind., twenty grandchildren, a number of great grandchildren.
A daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Land, died at Dana a number of years ago.

Obit: NALS 6 Sep 1872 p4 c4: Death of an Old Citizen of Crawford County. The Leavenworth Democrat of this week announces the death of Mr. Samuel Grimes, of Sterling  township, Crawford county, who died last week. Mr. Grimes was 86 years old and was the father of John Grimes, Esq., living in the same township. He wasw a gallant soldier in the war of 18912, and has been a resident of the county for upwards of 50 years. Thus the county has lost another good and substantial citizen of the county, and one who was respected and beloved by all his neighbors and acquaintances.
County Name: Crawford State: IN
Newspaper: New Albany Ledger Standard
Submitters Name: spc

HARVEY, Corda Belle Kemp, Died November 21, 1948, Pilot Knob, Indiana
Pilot Knob - Corda Belle Kemp, daughter of G.B. and Minerva Wiseman Kemp, was born October 25, 1870, at Alton, and died November 21 at the age of 78 years.
She was married to Josiah Harvey. To this union were born three daughters and four sons. Her husband and two sons Virgil L. and Herman, preceded her in death. She is survived by two sons, Harry Harvey, of Milltown, Route 1; Kedric Harvey, of Michigan City; three daughters, Mrs Ressie Harvey, of Lovington, Ill.; Mrs Belle Parde, of Richmond, Ind.; Mrs Eleanor Rogers, of Monticello, Ill.; 12 grandchildren, four great grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs Minnie Newkirk, of Chenoa, Ill., and Mrs Edna Ridge, of Alton.
In early life she became a member of the Deuchars Christian Church. After moving to this community, she attended the Pilot Knob E.U.B. Church as long as her health permitted.
Mrs Harvey maintained her own home as long as possible. She spent the last few months of her life in the home of her son, Harry.
Funeral services were held on November 23 at the Pilot Knob E.U.B. Church, with burial in the El Bethel cemetery. The Rev Robert Poindexter, of Marengo, officiated.

HARVEY, Harry, Died August 12, 1949, Pilot Knob, Indiana.
Pilot Knob - Harry Harvey, 48 year old commander of Crawford Post of American Legion, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at his home near here Friday night, August 12. He was a salesman for Allied, Inc., Indianapolis, dealers of school supplies.
Son of Josiah and Corda B. Harvey, he was a native of Crawford County and a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Marengo Grange.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs Nellie Harvey; a brother, Kedric Harvey, of Michigan City; three sisters, Mrs Ressie Harvey, of Hardinsburg; Mrs Eleanor Rodgers, of Monticello, and Mrs Belle Pardo, of Richmond.
Services were held Monday at the El Bethel Church, with the Rev Robert Poindexter in charge. Members of Crawford Post, American Legion, were pallbearers. Burial was in the church cemetery.

HARVEY, Kedric, Died August 13, 1970, Michigan City, Indiana.
Milltown - Kedric Harvey, of Michigan City, formerly of near here, died from a heart attack last week

HARVEY,  Ressie L. Died July 21, 1972, New Albany, Indiana.
Salem - Mrs Guy (Ressie L.) Harvey, 77, formerly of Leavenworth, Route 1, died at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Floyd Memorial Hospital in New Albany.
She was a member of the Hardinsburg Christian Church and Pekin Grange.
Survivors include her husband, former Washington County deputy sheriff; three sons, Thomas E. Harvey, of Geneva; James and George Harvey, both of East Peoria, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs Ruth Jones, of Decatur, Ill.; 10 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Hollis Funeral Home, with burial in the Hardinsburg cemetery.

HARVEY, Virgil Lionel Died February 2, 1947, Urbana, Illinois
Virgil Lionel Harvey, son of Corda and Josiah Harvey, was born September 7, 1893 near Alton, and died February 2, 1943, at his home in Urbana, Ill.
He was the second commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 630 Urbana. He was an agent for the State Mutual Life Assurance Company for 25 years. In 1920, he married Golda P. Bosley, of Champaign.
He is survived by his wife, his mother, of Milltown; three sister, Mrs Ressie Harvey, of Lovington; Mrs Eleanor Rogers, of Monticello, Ill.; Mrs Belle Pardo, of New Albany; two brothers, Harry Harvey, of Milltown, and Kedric Harvey, of Michigan City.
Funeral services were held February 5. The Rev Charles L. Bromley officiated and burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.

HODGINS, Mrs. Roy (Ella Ridge). Died May 22, 1966, Sanford, Florida
Sanford, Fla. - Mrs Ella Ridge Hodgins, youngest daughter of William Wesley and Mary Ann Kemp Ridge, was born at Alton on October 20, 1893, and died at her home on May 22 at the age of 72. She had lived in Sanford the last 49 years.
She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star.
Survivors are her husband, Roy B. Hodgins; a daughter, Mrs Sam Alice Dunn, of Sanford, and sons, L.B. Hodgins, of St. Augustine, Fla., and Capt Paul Hodgins, of Albany, Ga.; seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
She was the last of a family of seven children.
Her parents, two sisters and four brothers preceded her in death. Mrs Hodgins was an Aunt of Ray Ridge and Mrs Edward Levell, of Curby.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday of last week at 3:30 p.m. at the Bresson Funeral Home. with the Rev Oliver Weise, of the Congregational Church, officiating. Burial was in Lakeview cemetery at Sanford.

Died - Mrs. Belle Hughes, at home of her nephew, A. L. Temple, at Temple, last week.Interment in the familyburying ground at that place.
The English News, Friday,9 February 1906

JOHNSON, Rose Willis
Rose Willis Johnson, 83, a former resident of Crawford county, died on August 14, at the home of her daughter, Mrs Maud Baganz, in Terre Haute.
Also surviving are two other daughters, Mrs Rose Esarey, of English; Mrs Edith Culver, of Alton; one son, the Rev. Fred Johnson, of St. Louis; 12 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Friday at the Terre Haute Bible Center Church, of which Mrs Johnson was the oldest charter member. Burial was in Rose Lawn Memorial Park

JONES, George William. Died Monday, August 26, 2002
George William Jones, 79, Corydon, died at 8:07 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26, at his home.
A native of Cape Sandy, born Sept. 3, 1922, he was the son of the late Max K. and Florence Mae Lynch Jones.
He was a retired employee of International Harvester in Louisville, a Navy veteran of World War II, and a member of Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church and Pisgah Masonic Lodge in Corydon.
Survivors include his wife, the former Geraldine Meredith; four sons, Terry L. Jones of Homewood, Ill., Robert L. Jones of Brandon, Miss., Rodney B. Jones of Corydon and Duane Jones of Montevallo, Ala.; two daughters, Pamela Alcorn of Corydon and Anita Adams of Pittsboro; four brothers, Kenneth Jones of Leavenworth, Jessie Jones of Illinois, Lester Jones of Florida and Marlen Jones of Bedford; a sister, Margie Linton of Leavenworth; 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Visitation: Thursday, Aug. 29, from 1 to 9 p.m. with a Masonic service at 7:30 p.m., and Friday, Aug. 30, after 9 a.m. at Gehlbach & Royse Funeral Home in Corydon.
Funeral: Friday, Aug. 30, at 2 p.m. at Cross of Calvary Baptist Church near Corydon with burial in Central Cemetery.
Officiant: The Rev. Gary Few.
Military rites will be performed at the gravesite.
The family suggests memorial gifts to his church or to Hospice of Southern Indiana.
The Corydon Democrat  August 2002

Mt. Sterling-Died, Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. Steve Jones of Liberty Twp. on Tues., January 16.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 25 January 1906

Died - James K. Kellams, Saturday, Feb. l0m, at English; Civil War soldier; 75 years of age; buried Mt. Sterling Cemetery Sunday; wife and several children survive.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. l5 February 1906
Died - "Uncle" Jimmie Kellams, aged 80 years, was found dead at his home Saturday morning; was interred inBeasley Graveyard, near No. 7, Sunday.
The English News, Friday, l6 February 1906

KEMP, Thomas Henry Died October 7, 1947, Beechwood, Indiana.
Beechwood - Thomas Henry Kemp, son of Thomas and Rose Ann Kemp, was born here on March 29, 1861, and died October 7, at the age of 86 years.
He was married to Dilemma Purcell and to this union four children were born. His wife and a son, Eugene, preceded him in death.
Survivors are two daughters and a son, Cornelia, Pearl and Perry Kemp, of Marengo, and a sister, Corda White, also of Marengo.
Funeral services were conducted at the Beechwood Church, Sunday afternoon, with burial in the nearby cemetery. (Hobby Bird Cem.) The Rev James Hertel, of English was in charge.

KEMP, Oliver H.
May 12, 1943 Obit Oliver H. Kemp Dies in Corydon. Of complication aged seventy-three.Oliver H. Kemp passed away last Thursday morning at 3:30 o'clock at his home in North Corydon. Death was caused from a lingering illness of a complication of diseases. Mr. Kemp was seventy-three years, one month and four days of age. He was the son of the late John W. and Arena Barnett Kemp. [son of Henry, son of Reuben Kemp] Mr. Kemp and his family moved to Corydon from Dale about twenty-five years ago, and has had employment with the Keller Manufacturing Co. Since the deceased was a member of the Corydon United Brethren Church. Funeral service were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Corydon United Brethren church, conducted by the Rev. D. H. McCormick and the Rev. C. H. Youngblood. Music was furnished by a quartette composed of Mrs. Larry Splain, Miss. Fern Grove, Marshall Kitterman and Russell Louden with Mrs. D. H. McCormick as organist. Burial was in Cedar Hill Cemetery. The pallbearers were Edgar Lord, Alva Shrigley, Charles Fravel, Oscar Eisenmenger, Fred Bickel and Earl Cline. Surviving are his wife Mrs. Stella Kemp, a son Lloyd Kemp, and three daughters, Miss, Cella Kemp, of Corydon, Mrs. James (Irma) Shuck of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Milton (Mary) Jordan of Santa Ana. Cal. He also leaves seven grandchildren, seven brothers and two sisters. Byrd, Lawrence, Clifford and Palmer Kemp. Miss Nellie Kemp and Mrs. Letitia Comma, all of East St. Louis, John Kemp of Lincoln City, Lewis Kemp of Huntingburg, and Dean Kemp of Corydon, A son Millard Kemp preceded him in death.

KEMP, Robert Died May 4, 1918, Deuchars, Indiana.Robert Kemp, an old and respected citizen of Boone township, died suddenly at his home near Deuchars, Friday morning at an early hour, cause of death was due to organic heart trouble from which he suffered at times for several years. Mr. Kemp had been in Alton Thursday afternoon, seemingly in the best of good health on climbing into his buggy preparatory to leaving, the horses started unexpectedly throwing him backward to the ground where the buggy was dragged across his chest before the horses could be checked. On rising Mr. Kemp, complained of bad pains in his breast, but seemed to recover almost immediately from the effects of the fall. On the following morning he arose at his usual hour and tended the livestock, but when sitting down to his breakfast he complained of pain and weakness. He had taken only a swallow of coffee when he rose walked to his bed and fell dying instantly. Besides his wife, Mr. Kemp is survived by two sons, Sylvester, and John the latter in the U.S. Army service in N.Y. camp, by one sister, Mrs William Ridge, and one brother, Greenberry Kemp of Alton. The body was interred at the Riddle cemetery, Saturday afternoon.

KEMP, Millard
Aug 31, 1938 Young man killed in Accident while repairing building. Millard Kemp,[ son of Oliver son of John, son of Henry, son of Reuben Kemp] factory worker, dies when beam slips, hit chest.Millard Kemp, one of the community's fine young men, was killed about nine o'clock last Saturday morning when a wood beam slipped and hit him in the chest. Employed at the Keller Manufacturing Company plant, he was working with William Anderson in removing a loft from a building. He was working up near the ceiling and was directing a 2 by 8 inch timber, 16 feet long, down to Herschel Crosier who was working below. The timber slipped and, with added force caused by the leverage of the greater part of the timber on the end being lowered first, the top end of the timber hit him. Mr. Anderson saw him become unconscious and with other workmen who were in the building caught him as he fell from the beam pile on which he had been standing. He died almost instantly. Efforts to revive him failed.
The body was removed to the Gehlbach-Resch Funeral Home and later was taken to the home of his parents. Coroner Harold O'Bannon, after investigating the tragedy over the weekend, filed a verdict of accidental death. Mr. Kemp has been employed at the factory about two years. His death was the first fatality which has occurred in the operation of the factory since it was established thirty-eight years ago.
Mr. Kemp was twenty-nine years, one month and twenty-seven days of age. He was the son of Mr. And Mrs. Oliver Kemp and spent most of his life here..He was united with the Corydon United Brethren church in 1923. He was an exemplary young man on December 27, 1931 he was united in marriage to Miss Katherine Elliott. To this union two sons were born. Funeral service were held Sunday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock at the Corydon United Brethren church conducted by the Rev. D. H. McCormick, the pastor Music was furnished by Mrs. McCormick, Miss Nola Davidson, Dan P. Griffin and Marshall Kitterman, with Mrs. John G. Libs as organist.
The remains were taken to the home of Mrs. Kemp's parents, Mr. And Mrs. James Elliott, near Fredericksburg. On Monday afternoon services were held at Kay's Chapel conducted by the Rev. Horace Sonner and Rev. McCormick. Interment was in the cemetery nearby. The pallbearers were Nelson McCrady, William Anderson, Charles Conrad, Homer Barrow, Walter Wiseman and Story Shireman. The flowers were in charge of Mrs. Oscar Rhoads, Mrs. Nelson McCrady, Mrs. Chas. Walter Wiseman and Mer. Edward Ernst. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Katherine Kemp, two sons. Donald Lee and Robert Dale. He also is survived by his parents, Mr. And Mrs. Oliver Kemp, three sisters, Mrs. Milton Jordan of Long Beach, Calf.; Misses Clella and Rema Kemp, and a brother Lloyd O. Kemp, all of Corydon Indiana.

Died - Mrs. Ella Kline at home of daughter, Mrs. Longest, at Corydon Junction, Sunday, Feb. 15th, age 60 years. lnterment was at English at twelve, Tuesday.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 1 March 1906

LANE, Cecil Belle, Died Jan 6, 1993, Sterling Heights, Michigan
Cecil Belle Lane, 89 died Wednesday, Jan. 6, 1993 at the Evangelical Home in Sterling Heights.
Mrs Lane was born June 7, 1903 in Alton, Ind. She was a homemaker and 50 year resident of Clinton Township.
She is survived by her husband, Floyd Dee Lane; sons, Glenn (Mary Lou), Joseph (Margery), and Richard (Janet); a daughter Mary (Robert) Sarto; 10 Grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Lawrence and Ray Ridge; and sister, Sylvia Chambers. She is predeceased by her son, Nolan Virgil Lane.
Visitation, 2-6 p.m. Sunday, at the Kaul Funeral Home, 35201 Garfield, (one block North of 15 Mile Road), Clinton Township. Service, 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home with Rev. Jon Carlstrom of First Baptist Church of Mount Clemens Officiating. Burial, Cadilic Memorial Gardens East, Clinton Township.

Mt. Sterling - John Landers, of near Curby, died Sunday of pneumonia; interred Monday in Pilot Knob Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 22 March 1906

Died - John Landers, of Bright's disease, at home near Curby, Sunday, March 18th. He was one of the largest real estate owners in Crawford County, owning nearly an entire section. He served in the Civil War in the 144th Ind. Vol., was about 57 years of age and was survived by wife and several children. Burial was in the Dillman Cemetery, funeral by Rev. Sam White.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 29 March 1906

John Landrus of Curby departed from this life Sunday morning at 3 o'clock.
The English News, Friday, 23 March 1906

LEVELL, Lettie May Ridge Francis
Died November 3, 1985, Leavenworth, Crawford County, Indiana.
Lettie May Francis Levell, 84, of Leavenworth, died Sunday at Todd Dickey Medical Center.
She was a native of Crawford County, and a member of Dillman United Methodist Church near here.
Survivors include three sons: Cilvan Francis of Yuba City, Calif., Robert Francis of Jeffersonville, and Frank Francis of Greenville; two daughters: Ruby Houser of East Detroit, Mich., and Edna Atwood of New Albany; three stepdaughters; Mary Lenfert of Louisville, Anna B. Williams of New Salisbury, and Emma J. LeMay of Clarksville; a stepson, Clark Levell of Corydon; two brothers; Lawrence Ridge of Rockville Centre, N.Y., and Ray Ridge of Curby; two sisters; Cecil Lane and Sylvia Chambers, both of Mount Clemens, Mich.; 25 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren; and a great great grandchild.
The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday) at Dillman-Green Funeral Home in Marengo, with burial in Luxemburg Cemetery near Oriole.

LONG, Josiah
New Albany Daily Ledger Standard 3 Jun 1880 p4 c3:
an old citizen of Leavenworth, died Monday of erysipelas,. He was well known in New Albany.Submitted by Sue Carpenter

Died - Mrs. Larmon Longest, at her home three miles west of English, Monday, January 29,6 AM, age about 27 years. Interred in Hamilton Cemetery. She was daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Fielding Roberson. Infant child two or three weeks old and husband survive.
Crawford County Democrat. 1 February 1906
Died - Lily, wife of Larmon Longest, died at home near Pleasant Hill, Sunday night; daughter of Fielding Roberson; interred Tuesday in Hamilton Graveyard.
The English News. Friday, 2 February. 1906

LUCAS, Francis M.  February 27, 1875 St Louis, Missouri
Deaths from the Indianapolis Journal March-April 1875
Suicide Of An Indianain. St. Louis, February 27-
Francis M. Lucas, a merchant and real estate agent of Robinson, Crawford County, Indiana, and son of Judge Joshua Lucas, died at the Mississippi House, East St. Louis, yesterday afternoon, from the effects of an overdoes of morphine, administered by his own hands. 1 March 1875, p.1, c.5.
submitted by Peggy Thompson

MCADAMS, Judy A. Died April 25, 2007
Judy A. McAdams, 60, Milltown, died Wednesday, April 25, 2007, at 9:15 a.m. at Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services in New Albany.
Born Aug. 2, 1946, in Leavenworth, she was the daughter of Enos Hollowell of Corydon and the late Nancy Robinson Hollowell.
She was a homemaker, and a member of the Milltown American Legion Auxillary Post 332 and the Washington Boat Club.
Survivors besides her father include two daughters, Melissa Brown of Milltown and Susan Darland of English; a brother, Jerry Hollowell of New Albany; a friend who cared for her, Preston E. Lashbrook of Milltown; and four grandchildren.
Funeral: Saturday April 28, at Brown-Newkirk Funeral Home in Milltown with burial in El Bethel Cemetery near Milltown.
Officiants: The Revs. John Bye and Morris Larimore.
Pianist: Annette Culbertson.
Soloist: Sharon Mitchell.
Pallbearers: Robert Arnold, John Culbertson, Kevin Darland, Paul W. Elliott, Howard Lincoln Sr., Howard Lincoln Jr. and Bill Mitchell.
Corydon Democrat April, 2007

Died - Eight-year old daughter of John Main and wife died Tuesday night from pneumonia. Taken to Birdseye Wednesday for interment.
The English News, Friday,9 February 1906

MEAD, Delta (Mrs Benjamin), Died November 1, 1962, Near Alton, Indiana.
Alton - Mrs Benjamin Mead, 81, died Thursday night in her home near here. She was the former Delta Ridge, and spent her entire life in this community. Surviving are her husband; a sister, Mrs Ella Hodgins, Sanford, Fla., and a brother, Lochel Ridge, Louisville. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Stephenson Funeral Home in Leavenworth. Burial will be in Blue (Bloom) Riddle Cemetery.

Obit: John S. Mix, 83 years, passed away August 3, 1877 at his home in Leavenworth, Indiana. He was born in Auburn, New York, May 15, 1794.
For nearly fifty years he has been a resident of our town, and was perhaps, the oldest citizen of the town. He united with the Presbyterian Church, on profession of his faith in Christ, on the 3rd day of February 1875. The sincerity of his profession and evidence of his conviction were shown by his love for the bible, and the testimony he gave of what God had done for his soul. During his last illness his mind was clear and strong, and he testified that "Jesus was with him in his affection". But two days before he passed away he said in answer to the question how he felt that "he felt just like a christian ought to feel". "If I could talk my feelings are inexpressible". To his widow there is much to give comfort in the last words of the deceased, but a few more weary days of waiting and then through
faith in his savior there may be a meeting never to sever, where trials and sorrows never come, in that land before the river.
Submitters Name: KEATHAN L. MAYFIELD

MORGAN, Amos, Died February 11, 1944
Amos Morgan, son of William and Millie Ann Morgan was born March 10, 1862 near Marengo, Crawford County, Indiana and departed this life at his home in Cambellsburg on Friday evening February 11, 1944 at the age of 81 years, 11 months and 28 days.
He was the fourth child of a family of eight, five brothers, John, James, Sam, Mart, and George and two sisters, Mary Jane and Rhoda.  All have preceded him except George
Early in his life he confessed his Lord and for a good many years has beena member of the Carter's Creek Christian Church.
On March 14, 1888 he was united in marriage to Katherine Clover Bennett.  To this union were born four children, Ada Belle, Ervin Ray, Leonard and Ernest.  On June 6, 1896 his companion passed to her reward.
He was married to Mary Ellen Russell on September 19, 1897.  To this union two sons were born, Lester and Noble.
Amos as he was known to his many friends was a kind and good neighbor.  He was always ready to lend a helping hand.
He leaves to mourn his passing the wife, three sons, Leonard of Greenwood, Lester of Indianapolis, Noble of Mitchell, three daughters-in-law, one brother George of Bromer, three grand-children, Mrs. Clifford Powell of Washington, D.C., Aviation Cadet Ralph Eddy Morgan or Hiram, O., Fireman First Class Marvin Morgan of Norfolk, Virginia and other relatives and friends.
He who builds a church within his heart and takes it with him every where is holier far than he whose church is but a one-day house of prayer.
Funeral services were held at the Christian church on Monday at 2 o'clock by the Rev. Harold Odor.  The Carter's Creek quartet sang.  Interment was made in the Liberty cemetery.

New Albany Daily Ledger 16 Mar 1863 p2 c2:
Sudden Death of  an Old Citizen of Crawford County—We were pained to learn this morning of the sudden death at Leavenworth, on Saturday last, of Col. JOHN T. MORGAN, an old and highly esteemed citizen of Crawford county. Col. M. Was the owner of a steam flouring mill at Leavenworth, and on the day of his death entered one of the boilers in the engine room for the purpose of cleaning it. After remaining inside the boiler for a few minutes he came out, and remarking that he felt like he could live but a few hours, requested a wagon to be brought to haul him to his home. He died, however, before reaching home. It is supposed he ruptured a blood vessel while at work inside the boiler, which caused his sudden death. Col. Morgan was among the most enterprising citizens in Crawford county, and his death will be severely felt in that community.
Submitted by Sue Carpenter

Three Men Killed. James Nash, of English, was killed in an explosion which occurred in the powder mill at Bellville, Illinois Saturday afternoon, March 24th. He was about fifty-seven years of age and is survived by wife and seven children. Burial was Monday morning in the English Cemetery; funeral by Rev. H. H. Howerton.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 29 March 1906

Riddle - Eva, wife of John Newkirk died Feb. 16 and was buried at Riddle Feb.16; leaves three children.
The English News, Friday, l6 February 1906

Died - Mrs. John Newkirk passed away Friday night; leaves three small children, a mother, 2 brothers, and 3 sisters.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. l6 February 1906

NEWKIRK, Minnie Kemp, Died Aug 16, 1950, Chenoa, Illinois.
Chenoa -(PNS)- Mrs Minnie Newkirk, 76 died at 9:45 p.m. Wednesday in her home in Chenoa. She had been ill for several months.
The body was taken to the Easton Pils Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. (daylight) Saturday at the Chenoa Baptist Church. The Rev Art King will officiate. Burial will be in the Chenoa Cemetery.
She was born July 21, 1874, in Crawford County, Indiana, daughter of G.B. and Merniva Wiseman Kemp. She was married to Marshal Newkirk Oct. 25, 1892.

NEWKIRK, Marsh Died October 18, 1966, Chenoa, Illinois.
Word was received here of the death of Marsh Newkirk, almost 98, on October 18 at a nursing home at Chenoa, Ill. He was born and grew up in Boone Township. He had lived in Illinois for about 50 years.

Died - Beatrice, wife of Millard M. Pavey, was born Feb. 10th 1887 and died Feb. 25th 1906, age 19 y l5 days. She leaves a husband, father, mother, two brothers, and one sister. Funeral at Grantsburg.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 1 March 1906

Wife of Mid Pavey of Grantsburg died Sunday; she was daughter of James Wright.
The English News, Friday, 2 March 1906

PEARSON, Lucy Ellen Nannie
Funeral services for Lucy Ellen Nannie Pearson, 95, of Alton, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, July 14, at Beanblossom-Cesar Funeral Home, Corydon, with burial in Bloom Riddle Cemetery near Leavenworth. She died Tuesday, July 11, 2006.
She was a native of Alton, born Jan. 16, 1911 to the late Elijah P.T. and Helen Amelia Rice Parr. She was a member of Alton Baptist Church.
Survivors include four daughters, Jane Lynch, Evansville, Mary Helen Conklin, Clarksville, Lucy Ellen Riddle, Louisville and Elizabeth Rae Saltsgaver, Ingalls; a brother, Berton Parr, Alton; a sister, Jane Volpert, New Albany; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Hubert Pearson.
Visitation at the funeral home will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday, July 13 and after 9 a.m. Friday.
The family requests expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Bloom Riddle Cemetery.

Pfeiffer, John H. 15 Nov. 1865, Milltown, Indiana
Died, in Milltown, Ind., on Saturday night last.  John H. Pfeiffer, aged about 45 years.  New Albany Daily Ledger p2, c 4
New Albany Daily Ledger Submitted by Sue Carpenter

Died - Mrs. Julia Pheiffer at home four miles south of Milltown. Saturday. February 2nd: age 51y 5m 29d; member of M. E. Church; married L. C. Pfeiffer October 11, 1874. They had eleven children. four boys and seven girls. Funeral at Milltown M. E. Church; interred in Milltown Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat, 8 February 1906
Weathers - Died, Mrs. Julia Pfeiffer, wife of County Assessor, Friday morning at 7:30; interred in the Milltown Cemetery Sunday at l2 o'clock.
The English News, Friday,9 February 1906

William E. "Ras" Phelps died of pneumonia at home in New Albany, Sunday night, Feb. 11th. Interred Tuesday at Milltown; age 70;' Masonic Lodge; survived by four daughters.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. l5 February 1906

Died - Mrs. Simon Polen last Sunday at home two miles south of Birdseye. Husband, eight children, and her father survive. Burial at Eckerty Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday.  8 February 1906

Eckerty - Died, Mrs. Rebecca Ann Polen, Sunday, January 21.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 25 January 1906

Lived 100 Years. John Powers, late of Pilot Knob, died Wednesday. 10 January 1906 at the home of his son Esley, at Midland City, Illinois. He moved with family from Ohio many, years ago. to a farm near Pilot Knob.
Mrs. Powers died in October 1889. The past ten years he has been living among his children. Only family member residing in Indiana is daughter Mary, now Mrs. John C. Davis of Ramsey, Harrison County. He was born in Pittsburg, PA on 25 September 1805, the oldest of six children, was left an orphan when quite young. He was father of eight, all living but George who died in 1900. Burial in Mt. Clemens Cemetery, Illinois.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 18 January 1906

Sulphur - Mrs. Dr. Johnson and Dora Goldman attended the funeral of Charley Reasor at West Fork Sunday.
The English News, Friday, 2 March 1906

RIDGE, Edna Ormenta Died August 29, 1964, Corydon, Indiana.
Leavenworth -- Mrs Edna Ormenta Ridge, daughter of Greenberry and Minerva Wiseman Kemp, was born September 28, 1881, at Alton. She died on August 29, at the Harrison County Hospital in Corydon at the age of 82.
On January 28, 1900, she married William Albert Ridge. To this union ten children were born.
At an early age, she united with the Christian Church at Deuchars. In 1955, she and her husband moved to Leavenworth, and she transferred her membership to the Presbyterian Church. She remained an ever-faithful member and Christian.
She was preceded in death by her husband and two sons, Forest and Sherman.
Survivors include five daughters and three sons, Mrs Lettie Levell, of Curby; Mrs Cecil Lane, Mrs Sylvia Chambers, both of Mt. Clemens, Mich.; Mrs Marie Farris, of Logansport, and Mrs Naomi Watson, of New Albany; Lawrence, of New York; Marshall, of Detroit, and Ray Ridge, of Curby; 32 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren, and two great great grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted Tuesday , September 1, at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church, with the Rev John Hart in charge. Burial was in the Bloom Riddle cemetery.

RIDGE, Marshall Haden Died July 15, 1965, Bellflower, California.
Bellflower, Calif. - Marshall Haden Ridge, son of the late William Albert and Edna O'Kemp Ridge, was born October 30, 1922, at Deuchars, and died here on July 15. He was employed by the Dairy Fresh Product Company.
He was a veteran of World War II, and a member of the Schafer Rochell VFW Post, at East Detroit, and of the Roseville, Mich., Presbyterian Church.
In July, 1948, he married Lillian Schober. Four children were born to this union.
Survivors are three sons, William, Arthur and Thomas; a daughter, Carol, all of Roseville, Mich.; two brothers, Laurence Ridge, of Rockville, N.Y., and Ray Ridge, of Curby; five sisters, Mrs Cecil Lane, Mrs Sylvia Chambers, of Mt. Clemens, Mich.; Mrs Naomi Watson, of New Albany: Mrs Marie Farris, of Logansport, and Mrs Lettie Levell, of Curby. Two brothers, Sherman and Forest, preceded him in death.
Final rites were held a 2 p.m. Saturday at the Stephenson Funeral Home in Leavenworth. Interment was in the Bloom Riddle cemetery. The Rev John Hart officiated. He was assisted by the Rev Robert M. Crecelius.

RIDGE, William Albert Died February 1, 1958, Leavenworth, Crawford County,Indiana
Leavenworth - William Albert Ridge, son of William Wesley and Mary Ann Ridge, was born January 2, 1877, at Alton and died at his home here on February 1.
He united with the Christian Church at Deuchars in 1899 and as long as his health permitted was very active in his church.
He married Edna Kemp on January 28, 1900. To this union ten children were born, two of whom preceded him in death: Forrest in 1935 and Sherman in 1951.
Surviving are five daughters; Mrs Lettie Francis, Mrs Marion Watson, of New Albany; Mrs Floyd Lane, of Mt. Clemens, Mich.; Mrs Frank Chambers, of Detroit, Mich.; and Mrs James Farris, of Logansport; three sons, Lawrence, of Rockville Centre, N.Y.; Marshall, of Mt. Clemens, Mich.; and Ray of Leavenworth, 32 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, a brother, Lochel, of Louisville, and two sisters, Ella Hodgins, of Sanford, Fla., and Delta Mead, of Deuchars.
His parents, two brothers and a sister preceded him in death.
Final rites were held on February 4 at Leavenworth Community Presbyterian Church, with the Rev B.L. Orr, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Rocksport, officiating. Burial was in the Riddle cemetery, near Deuchars.

RIDGE, Lochel F., Died February 13, 1964, Louisville, Kentucky
(Louisville Paper) Lochel F. Ridge, Sr., 74, died at 4:30 a.m. Sunday at his home, 4300 Edgin Avenue. He had worked for 40 years as an engine carpenter for the Kentucky & Indiana Terminal Railroad until his retirement 16 years ago.
Ridge was a member of Portland Avenue Presbyterian Church and Mount Zion Masonic Lodge 147. He was a native of Alton, Ind.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Thelma Mayville, of Bensenville, Ill., and Mrs Leroy Sieboldt; three sons, George V., Joseph H., and Lochel F. Ridge, Jr.; 14 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at W.G. Hardy Shively Chapel, 4101 Dixie Highway. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park.
Ridge, Mr Lochel F. Sr. (Jim) of 4300 Edgin Ave., passed away in his 75th year, Sunday, December 13, 1964 at 4:28 a.m. Beloved father of Mrs Leroy (Sweetie) Sieboldt, Mrs Thelma Mayville, Bensonville, Joseph H. and Mr George B. Ridge, Brother of Mrs Ella Hodgins, Sanford, Fla. Also survived by 14 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the W.G. Hardy Shively Chapel, 4101 Dixie Hgwy., where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. Interment in Resthaven Cemetery.

RIDDLE, (William) Harold Died: Saturday, April 24, 2004
Harold Riddle, 90, Leavenworth, died Saturday, April 24, 2004, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville.
A native of Perry County, born Dec. 25, 1913, he was the son of the late Bloom and Elizabeth Farris Riddle.
He was a farmer, worked in timber and attended school at Deuchar.
He was preceded in death by two brothers, Sam and Marion Riddle.
Survivors include his wife of 63 years, the former Nellie Knieriem; two sons, Gary Riddle of Oriole and Lowell Riddle of Evansville; a daughter, Linda Addy of Newburgh; seven grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral: Tuesday, April 27, at Huber Funeral Home in Tell City with burial in Luxemburger Cemetery at Oriole.
The family suggests memorial gifts to the cemetery.

Lee Riggins, son of C. M. Riggins of near Marengo, died Sunday morning, buried in Marengo Cemetery
Monday under auspices of the Knights of Pythias. Funeral by Rev. M. L. Payton of the M. E. Church.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 12 Apr 1906

Renowned Minister Dr. Lee Roberson Dies At 97
Longtime Pastor Of Highland Park Baptist, Tennessee Temple Founder
posted April 29, 2007
Dr. Lee Roberson, longtime pastor of the Highland Park Baptist Church and founder and president of Tennessee Temple Schools, died Sunday morning at the age of 97.
Dr. Roberson was world-renowned in religious circles.
His longtime associate, Dr. J.R. Faulkner, wrote this account of his life:
He was born in a two-room log cabin on Nov. 24, 1909, and spent his first two years on a farm near English, Ind., a small town in the southern part of the state. In 1911, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Roberson, took him to a farm near Louisville, Ky., where his father farmed, worked on streetcars, and built homes to make a living. At the age of 14, he was led to the Lord by his faithful Sunday School teacher, Mrs. Daisy Hawes, and joined the Cedar Creek Baptist Church outside of Louisville.
After spending two years at the Louisville Male High School, where he received a diploma in public accounting when he was 14 years old, Dr. Roberson then attended the Fern Creek High School and was graduated after four years. While a student, he played football with the high school team.
Brother Roberson entered Old Bethel College in Russellville, Ky., in 1926, and finished the first year. There he worked at various jobs from washing dishes to scrubbing floors to pay his way. From Old Bethel College, he went to the University of Louisville to complete his college work with a major in history. He also completed his work for a degree at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. At the age of 19, he was called to a church in Jeffersontown, Ky., which he did not accept.
In his early years, Dr. Roberson was well known as a singer. Having studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and with the well-known teacher, John Samples, of Chicago, his services as a vocalist were in great demand. He served as a soloist on the staff of radio station WHAS of Louisville, Ky., and WSM out of Nashville. Doors were opening in the field of secular music. Dr. Roberson could have signed a contract with a certain man in the city of Nashville that, no doubt, would have led him to the top in music. However, he felt that this was not the thing the Lord wanted for him; so he refused to sign the contract.
The first church that Brother Roberson served as pastor was in Germantown, Tn., while he was going to college. In 1932, he was called to be pastor of the Temple Baptist Church in Green Brier, Tn. It was there that he discovered the truth of the second coming of Christ. After three years with the Green Brier Church, where the Lord wonderfully blessed, Dr. Roberson entered full-time evangelistic work in 1935. He served as evangelist of the Birmingham Baptist Association; and within two years, he conducted some fifty revivals in the Birmingham area.
It was while he was in Birmingham that he met Miss Caroline Allen, who, on Oct. 9, 1937, became Mrs. Lee Roberson.
On the first Sunday in November 1937, Dr. Roberson became pastor of the First Baptist Church in Fairfield, Ala.
In 1939, Brother Roberson was asked to be the state evangelist for Alabama. He felt this was not the Lord's will for him at the time, so the offer was not accepted.
On May 2, 1941, Lee Anne, the Roberson's oldest child, was born.
After five years with the Fairfield church, Dr. Roberson was called to the Highland Park Baptist Church in Chattanooga, in November of 1942. Brother Roberson, our pastor, is a man of God at home as well as at church. He has set an example of faithfulness and devotion to his family and to his convictions before his church and to the entire world. At home, he has sought to teach his children in the fear and admonition of the Lord around a daily family altar, which has reflected itself in the lives of the children.
Dr. Roberson's devotion to duty and to his convictions has laid upon him a demanding schedule that has caused him, throughout his life, to get up early and to burn the midnight oil in prayer and study of the Word of God and the writings of others that he might maintain his burden to reach as many souls for Christ as he can, by every possible means. New sermons are constantly pouring from his soul and new books from his pen.
Whether he be speaking from the pulpit of the Highland Park Baptist Church, the chapel platform of Tennessee Temple Schools, to his Men's Bible Class, or at one of many other special services, his messages are always fresh, fervent, and filled with the power of God. In speaking of him, someone has said, "He is truly the Spurgeon of our times."
Dr. Roberson's daily schedule began with Bible study and prayer at 6:30 in the morning, followed by breakfast and devotions with his family, a broadcast beginning at 8:30 a.m., and a chapel service at Tennessee Temple Schools at 10:00. His morning hours were also filled with private conferences with church people and students of Tennessee Temple Schools. His daily visitation program took him into the numerous hospitals of the city as well as homes of the church members.
Pastor Roberson's favorite Scripture...
"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose." -Romans 8:28

ROBINSON -- Richard Dean Badger, 75, died Friday, May 5, 2006, at home. He was a member of Pearl Chapel Church and a retired pipe shop foreman for Bradford Supply Company. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth Ann; son, Gary Dean; daughter, Mary Louise Wright; nine grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; brother, Glen; and sister, Bernice Ashley. Services are 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Pulliam Funeral Home -- Robinson Chapel, with burial in Richart Cemetery in rural Crawford County. Visitation is 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Lincolnland.
Evansville Courier & Press (IN) - May 6, 2006 Edition: Final Page: B4

New Albany Daily Ledger 23 Dec 1862 p2 c4:
Died, at his father's residence, in Crawford county, Ind, Dec 15th, 1862, PROF. JAMES FRANKLIN ROBERSON, aged 26 years . . .
Submitted by Sue Carpenter
Submitted by Erica Beatty

Died - Anita, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rothrock, at their home Tuesday, January 23'd; interred in English Cemetery on Wednesday.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 25 January 1906

Died - Little Anita Rothrock daughter of Charles J. & Alta Rothrock born Sept. 4, 1904, died Jan. 23, 1906, age 1 yr 4 mo 17 d of pneumonia.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 1 February 1906

Died - Amos Rothrock, at home south of Milltown, aged 83 years and 11 days. He was born March 9, 1823 , married July 3, 1851 to Elizabeth Burnett, who died January 13, 1905. They had three sons: John W., who lived with his parents, Prof. David A. of Bloomington, and George, who left home fifteen or eighteen years ago and not known where he is located. Burial Thursday in the Thompson Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday, 29 March 1906
Died, Mrs. Alexander Satterfield of pneumonia. Buried Mt. Sterling Cemetery. Leaves a husband and six children, four of whom are small.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 25 January 1906

Mt. Sterling - Infant child of Alex Satterfield died Sunday and was buried Monday
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. l5 February 1906

Leavenworth-Mrs. Edward Sauerheber died last Saturday; services 3:30 p.m. Sarurday; interred in Cedar Cemetery. Leaves husband and three small children.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 12 Apr 1906

Died - Mrs. James Sauerheber at home near White Cloud Saturday afternoon; burial at the Blue River Cemetery, Sunday. She was about 35 years of age and was sister of Mrs. Lydia Temple, of English.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 1 March 1906

Milltown - Mrs. Joseph Seacat, of Depauw, age 77 years, died of pneumonia Monday night.
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday, 11 January- 1906

Died - Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. Pearl Senn, of Grantsburg, Monday night; interment at Grantsburg Cemetery,
Crawford County Democrat, Thursday. 1 March 1906

Died, on Friday morning, the 22d day of October, 1858, at the residence of Arthur E. Sharp, Capt. English, aged about 75 years. M. English formerly resided in New Albany, Ind. -- Rockport Democrat
New Albany Daily Ledger Tues., 26 Oct 1858 p2 c3:
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Leavenworth - Died, Miss Ella Sherron who was reared at this place, but spent the last few years in the west, was brought to Leavenworth for interment last Wednesday in Cedar Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat. 1 February 1906

Alton - Died, Mrs. Joe Sheckell's baby, Saturday, January 26th; interred in Goad Cemetery, Saturday, 3 PM.
The English News. Friday, 2 February. 1906

SILLINGS, John Wayne age 39; of Leavenworth
Funeral services for John Wayne Sillings, 39, of Leavenworth, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12 at Beanblossom-Cesar Funeral Home, Corydon, with burial in Bloom Riddle Cemetery near Leavenworth. He died Friday, Nov. 7, 2003 in an automobile accident near Leavenworth.
He was a native of Tell City and the owner of Sillings and Sons Masonry in Leavenworth.
Survivors include his wife, the former Jan M. Sturgeon; his parents, Harrison and Fennettia Minton Sillings, Palmyra; two sons, Jonathan and Lucas Sillings, at home; two brothers, Rev. William Sillings, Oklahoma City and Rev. Ben Sillings, Marengo; two sisters, Shirlene Chester, Centerville, and Cynthia Dooley, Bean Station, Tenn.
Visitation at the funeral home will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. today, Monday, Nov. 10, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, and after 8 a.m. on Wednesday.

STURGEON, Emery age 89; of English
Final Rites Held For Emery Sturgeon, 89
English Route 1-  Emery Sturgeon, 89, a retired farmer, died at 9:30 a.m. Monday at his home after a long illness.
He was a member of Mathers Chapel Church and Marengo Red Men Lodge.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Rella Sturgeon, five daughters, Mrs. Elsie Borst, of near English, Mrs. Hester Timberlake, of Sulphur, Mrs. Beulah Welch, of Dahlgren, Va., Mrs. Mildred Goldman, of Muncie and Mrs. Mary Lou Bye of Marengo; two sons, Thomas Sturgeon of Grand Rapids Mich., and Robert Sturgeon; a brother, William E. Sturgeon, of English, Route 1; 21 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.
Final rites were held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Dillman-Green Funeral Home in Marengo. Kenneth Eade, of English, Christian Minister, officiated.  Burial was in Mathers Chapel Cemetery.
Crawford County Democrat, Friday, June 18, 1965

Cerilda Sturgeon died Monday at home of Kelly Froman, near Magnolia. Funeral was Tues. at Riddle U.B. Church and interment at Riddle Cem.
English News. Friday. 6 Apr 1906

Name of Deceased: Sipes, Lawson
Obit: NALS Thursday 12 Dec 1872 p4 c3: Harrison County Items—Lawson Sipes, long a citizen of Blue River township, this county, died at Springtown, Crawford County, last Tuesday. He took sick on Saturday evening and died on Tuesday.
County Name: Crawford State: IN
Newspaper: New Albany Ledger Standard
Submitters Name: spc

Martin H. Tucker Dead.
Martin H. Tucker died at his home in English Friday afternoon, March 30th, at about four o'clock, aged 71 years, 3 months and 6 days. He has been in ill health for some months, of general debility.
Mr. Tucker had a remarkable historical career, having served in the Civil War in Co. E, First Ind. Cavalry.
During the war he and his brother George. were captured and placed in Camp Ford Prison at Tyler, Texas, from which place after months of hardship and suffering they made their escape and frnally reached the Union Army at Natchez, Miss.
Mr. Tucker was a member of the Masonic Order, having joined in 1873. Funeral services were conducted at the family residence by Rev. W. H. Howerton with burial in the Tucker Cemetery. Deceased is survived by a wife, one daughter, frve sons and two brothers.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday . 5 April 1906
WATSON, Naomi D. Died July 9, 1982, Louisville, Kentucky.
Floyds Knobs - Mrs Naomi D. Watson, 66 died Friday at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. She was a native of Crawford County and a retired employee of Welcor Industries.
Survivors include her husband, Marion Watson; a son, David Watson of Edwardsville; five daughters, Mrs Iris Meir of New Albany, Mrs Shirley McCoy of New Washington, Mrs Carol Atz of Milltown, Mrs Ina Crowe of Indianapolis and Mrs Joyce Smith of Clarksville; two brothers, Lawrence Ridge of New York and Ray Ridge of Kirby; four sisters, Mrs Lettie Levell of Kirby, Mrs Cecile Lane and Mrs Sylvia Chambers, both of Mount Clemons, Mich., and Mrs Marie Farris of Logansport; 10 grandchildren and a great grandchild.
The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Christian Assembly Church in Louisville, with burial in Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville.
Visitation at Dieckmann Funeral Home in New Albany will be after 7 p.m. Saturday.

Watson, Naomi D. Died July 9, 1982, Louisville, Kentucky. Mrs Naomia D. Watson, native of Crawford County, Died Friday at Jewish Hospital in Louisville
She was 66 years of age and a retired employee of Welcor Industries.
Survivors include her husband, Marion Watson; a son, David Watson of Edwardsville; five daughters, Mrs Iris Meier, of New Albany; Mrs Shirley McCoy of New Washington, Mrs Carol Atz of Milltown, Mrs Ina Crowe of Indianapolis and Mrs Joyce Smith of Clarksville; two brothers, Lawrence Ridge of New York and Ray Ridge of Kirby; four sisters, Mrs Lettie Levell of Kirby, Mrs Cecil Lane and Mrs Sylvia Chambers, both of Mount Clemons, Mich., and Mrs Marie Farris of Logansport; also 10 grandchildren and a great grandchild.
Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Christian Assembly Church in Louisville. Burial was in Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville

Died - Mrs. Tolbert White, at home near Curby Wednesday morning. February 7th burial in Baptist Cemetery; leaves husband and three children.

Milltown-Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Watk died Monday night; interred at Union Chapel No. I Tuesday.
Crawford County Democrat. Thursday. 12 Apr 1906

So far as known the only Revolutionary War soldier buried in Crawford County was Jeremiah Wright, whose grave is near Fredonia.
Crawford County Democrat. 1 February 1906

Fatal Affray at Cannelton. Two men named Mayo and Yarber, at Cannelton, having had a difficulty about some trivial matter, they met on Tuesday or Wednesday last, when Yarber attacked Mayo with a pair of brass knucks. Mayo then drew a pistol and shot Yarber, killing him instantly. Mayo resides at Cannelton, where owns or works a coal mine.
New Albany Daily Ledger 28 Jul 1857 p3 c1:
Submitted by Sue Carpenter

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