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Simon Darkwood Dead.
Simon Darkwood died at his home
west of Milford. Funeral Sunday at the Whitehead church. [Goshen Daily
Democrat May 19, 1916, pg. 5 Submitters Name: Karen K ]
MRS. MARY B. DAUGHERTY Mrs. Mary B. Daugherty. 84, 25 West
Indiana street, widow of Henry C. Daugherty. Civil war veteran, died Friday
night in St. Mary's hospital after a short Illness. Funeral services will
be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at the home and at 8 o'clock at
Assumption Catholic church. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery. The
Women's Relief corps of Farragut post, G. A. R. will conduct services at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow night at the home. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Jeanette Kunkel: a sister. Miss Jennie Dugan. eight grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren. [The Evansville Courier And Journal Sunday, December
35, 1935. ]
DAUSMAN, SARAH H.
Wakarusa Tribune: Grandma Dausman,
living 4 1/2 miles south of town, was buried at South Union Tuesday
afternoon. She has lived in the same neighborhood for years and everybody
knew and loved Grandma Dausman. She was the stepmother of Senator Dausman
of Goshen. [Goshen Mid Week News Times Aug. 11, 1903 Submitters Name: Karen
DAUSMAN, SARAH H.
DAUSMAN - Sarah H. Dausman, aged 74 years,
died Sunday evening at her residence in Locke township. She leaves three
sons and one daughter. [Goshen Democrat Aug. 8, 1903 Submitters Name: Karen
DEWEESE, WILLIAM M.
WILLIAM M. DEWEESE Funeral services for
William M. Deweese, 77, 325 Clark street, who died yesterday morning, will
be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning; at the Lowe and Son funeral chapel
where the body is lying: in state. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.
Deweese is survived by his wife, Alice. [The Evansville Courier And Journal
Sunday, December 35, 1935. ]
DIZMANG, NELLIE BELLE
Belle Dizmang, 92, of 25949 County Road 6, Elkhart, passed away September
21, 1993, at the home of a son, Leo Brooks in Elkhart. She had been in ill
health for some time. Employed by IXL, Goshen, Ind., she retired in 1958
after having worked there for a number of years. She was born April 22,
1901 in Lincoln, Kan. She was married to Earl Brooks on Dec. 14, 1919 in
Maynard, (AR). He passed away June 19, 1931. She then married Roy L.
Dixmang on October 22, 1932 at Supply, (AR). He passed away Oct. 19, 1963.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Troy (Daphne) Ashlock of Swartz
Creek, Mich., and Nadine Miller of Elkhart; two sons, LeRoy Brooks of
Bristol and Leo Brooks of Elkhart; 17 grandchildren; five
step-grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren;
two sisters, Mrs. Florence Dean of Three Rivers, Mich., and Mary Cook of
Goshen, Ind.; a brother, Willie Poff of Elkhart. A son, Earl Brooks,
preceded her in death on March 24, 1993; a half-brother and two brothers
also preceded her in death. Funeral was Sept. 24 at Osolo Missionary Church
with Rev. Dale Turner, the pastor, officiating. Burial was in Prairie
Street Cemetery there under the direction of Westbrook-Metz-Clouse Funeral
Home of Elkhart. --[Pocahontas (AR) Star Herald, Sept. 30, 1993; submitted
by Freda Roberts. ]
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